MR YEW KIAN SENG Technical Business Consultant

He have more than 16 years of experience in the manufacturing industry. 

He has managed more than 25 Product Development projects which includes the complete process from R&D to production to marketing. 

He was actively involved in mechatronics solutions development, business development and championed numerous cost reduction projects. 

He now provides business and technical consultation in strategic planning, automation, lean manufacturing and Industry 4.0 implementation; he had successfully implemented paperless manufacturing and IoT related improvement projects.

Industry 4.0: ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING Additive Manufacturing—The Industrial Version of 3-D printing Date: 25 May 2018 Time: 9.00am to 4.00pm RM 500  

The latest industrial revolution, Industry 4.0, is encouraging the integration of intelligent production systems and advanced information technologies. Additive manufacturing (AM) is considered to be an essential ingredient in this new movement. In our “Tech Talk” we present a comprehensive review on AM technologies is presented together with both its contributions to Industry 4.0.  

For the fourth industrial revolution, the technique used for 3D printing will have to go one step further: from rapid prototyping to Advanced Manufacturing, the production of lasting and functional components with defined mechanical and thermal properties: products made from metals or ceramics. 3D printing is one of the key components in making Industry 4.0 a reality. It can produce the desired components faster, more flexibly and more precisely than ever before. Less prototype construction, fewer dies, less post-processing. In future it will have to be possible to turn data into components and products at an incredible speed.  

TOP 10 fields printing where 3D printing is applied • Engineering • Design • Architecture • Research & Development • Prosthetics • Bio Technologies • Art • Materials Development • Manufacturing • Culinary Arts 

Is your company/organization ready to shape a Winning 3-D Printing Strategy? No matter whether your company has implemented an additive manufacturing yet, consider these questions. 1. What Are Our Ambitions? 2. What Adoption Route Should We Pursue? 3. How Fast Should We Go? 4. How Integrated Should We Be? 5. How Should We Realign Our Organisational Structure? 

Learning Outcome  

This training will allow participants to learn the overview of 3D printing (also known as rapid prototyping or additive manufacturing). Participants will also learn 3D printing best practices. 

1. Introduction to Industry 4.0 2. Introduction to Addictive Manufacturing and course overview 3. 3D printing technology overview 4. 3D printing applications & materials 5. 3D printing success stories review 6. Summary

Who should attend?  

• Business Owners / CEO/COO • Manager/ Executives • Engineer • Draftsman • Designer • Technician • Supervisors • Students  


Heads the Information Technology & Decision Science Department at UNITAR International University, and has vast knowledge in Big Data Analytics (BDA), Business Intelligence (BI) and Artificial Intelligence. 

She has hands-on experience in developing BI and BDA solutions for various domains including education, agriculture, telecommunication and medical analytics. She has conducted trainings and workshops on Cyber Security, Big Data Analytics, Business Information Management and other ICT topics. 

Industry 4.0: Internet of Things (IOT) 'A Connected World' Date: 29 June 2018 Time: 9.00am to 4.00pm RM 500  

Be it workplace or outside – the “internet of things” (IoT) has become one of the most trending topics of conversation in both the places. It has the potential to leave a big impact on our lives whether it’s at work or at home. But what exactly is the "Internet of things" and is it really going to have a big impact on our lives? Every now and then we get to know about lots of complexities regarding “internet of things” but it would be easier to understand if we stick to the basics.  

A “perfect storm” is being created for IoT as broadband is widely available and every other person is using it.  

According to a research performed by some internationally acclaimed analyst, by the year 2020, there will be more than 26 billion connected devices. While some say that there are cho hances that it would be higher than over 100 billion or so.  

Learning Outcome 1. Understanding the core basics of the IOT. 2. Understanding the benefits and usage of IOT in businesses today. 3. Understanding the transformation in cities today because of IOT. 4. Having hands on experience of IOT. 5. Connecting the dot’s between IOT and Cloud.  

Who should attend? • CEO , CTO,CCO, CHRO, CFO • Business Owners. • Lawyers • Managers. • Students.  

For those interested in advancing their career /studies in Industry 4.0 this will be a good place to be.  


Started programming at the age of 12, creating homemade RPG games and vector animations as a hobby. 

Since then he has had over 20 years of professional software development experience. He holds a Comp. Sci. Degree from McMaster University, Canada and is a specialist in multi tenanted cloud application development and architecture.  

In 2011, he founded Syscode as a research and development company to develop his proprietary cloud accounting and financial engine; which he currently uses to power all of Syscode’s products and services. 

Syscode has since deployed numerous cloud based business automation applications which is processing millions of transactions on a daily basis; generating crucial business data such as accounting journals, financial statements, tax calculations and stock movements.  

In 2016, Reza and his team began research and development on blockchain technology. 

Today, Syscode specializes in applying blockchain technology into real-world industry solutions through utilizing Smart Contracts and Decentralized Application architecture.  


Industry 4.0: A Primer on Blockchain Technology 'The sexy world of Blockchain Technology' Date: 20 July 2018 Time: 9.00am to 4.00pm RM 500  

The blockchain is an undeniably ingenious invention – the brainchild of a person or group of people known by the pseudonym, Satoshi Nakamoto. But since then, it has evolved into something greater, and the main question every single person is asking is: What is Blockchain? 

By allowing digital information to be distributed but not copied, blockchain technology created the backbone of a new type of internet. Originally devised for the digital currency, Bitcoin the tech community is now finding other potential uses for the technology. Like the internet (or your car), you don’t need to know how the blockchain works to use it. However, having a basic knowledge of this new technology shows why it’s considered revolutionary.  

Learning Outcome 1. Understanding Blockchain as the “incorruptible digital ledger” of economic transactions. 2. Understanding how the design Network updates the “spreadsheet” 3. Explains the blockchain transaction workflow, how cryptography is used in blockchain addresses to identify transaction ownership and perform a transfer of value 4. The concept of smart contracts, how does it work and what are the possibilities of smart contracts in the blockchain today and its applications in the future 5. How do smart contracts exchange money, property, share or anything value in a transparent conflict –free way

Why should you attend? Blockchain Technology series is designed for absolute beginners to the CEO & CFO. We cover the b&sics and intermediate level topics. You do not need any prior knowledge. If you're currently working in any of the positions below, you should consider signing up. • MSs/CEOs/Founders • Chief Fintech Officers • Chief Technology Officers • Business Owners • Lawyers • Students  

Internet of Things


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