Make sense of SPC and see its returns firsthand

What better place to hold an event about continual improvement and quality than the Duxford Imperial War museum, where you’re surrounded by examples of progressive, precision engineering and the best in aerospace engineering design? Adept Scientific’s SPC event on 29th June attracted an impressive crowd of individuals from a diverse range of industries, all coming together to share and connect on similar quality issues. The presenters were a knowledgeable bunch of industry experts, independent SPC consultants, quality professionals and SPC software specialists. It all added up to informative, interesting sessions and lively discussion.

Tom Cochrane’s presentation on how NAPP pharmaceuticals are using SPC software to understand and improve their processes proved to be one of the most popular sessions according to feedback; practical and proven applications of SPC always hold great weight with other quality professionals because it lends real-world relevance to theory. [Read a related article]

Download other presentations delivered on the day:

Process Understanding & Improvement using Statistical Process Control (SPC)

Justifying the use of SPC from a Return On Investment (ROI) perspective

EMI – Enterprise Manufacturing Intelligence


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