Broadcast One

Tuesday, July 8

  • London: 10.00
  • Paris: 11.00
Broadcast One

Tuesday, July 8

  • London: 16.00
  • Paris: 17.00
  • Los Angeles: 8.00
  • New York: 11.00

Introducing GRANTA MI:Product Intelligence

New tools to optimize products while minimizing environmental, regulatory, and supply risks

This webseminars has now passed: archived information follows.

This short web seminar will demonstrate the new GRANTA MI:Product Intelligence.

With options for access within CAD or via a new web application, this package of software tools and authoritative data on materials and environmental properties enables you to:

  • Improve performance and minimize cost while you also...
  • Design for compliance and meet reporting requirements related to regulations on restricted substances (e.g., REACH) and conflict minerals (e.g., Dodd-Frank)
  • Mitigate supply risk due to obsolescence and price volatility of critical materials
  • Make material and process decisions early in the design process to minimize environmental impacts

Join us to find out how you can quickly assess risks and make decisions, focusing design efforts and supporting compliance reporting, while avoiding the need for time-consuming data research—for example, to gather information from suppliers.

What will you see?

New tools that help you make the right material choices during early stage design, when changes matter most and cost least.

How to rapidly assess restricted substance, supply chain, and other risks for in-production and legacy products.

How applying Granta's industry-leading materials and environmental property data can minimize the need for time-consuming data research.

The new MI:BoM Analyzer web application, in addition to enhanced CAD-integrated reporting via MI:Materials Gateway.

Product Intelligence tools

MI:Product Intelligence tools—new MI:BoM Analyzer
and CAD-integrated reporting

You may also be interested in our web seminars on materials data for PLM and simulation.

About the presenters

Will Martin

Will Martin, Business Manager—EMIT Consortium

Will has been working with industry over the last fifteen years on supply chain and product stewardship driven initiatives.  Starting as a consultant in the stationery retail sector working on Sustainable Forestry and Green Claims, he switched focus in 2002 to support the automotive sector with the implementation of the EU End of Life Vehicles Directive and REACH Regulation as a Senior Consultant at Enviros Consulting Ltd and Director at EPR Consulting Ltd.  Joining Granta in 2011, he now also works on the development and implementation of tools to respond to the challenges presented by environmental, regulatory, and critical materials issues today.  He has a BSc in Biology from Nottingham University, an MSc in Environmental Assessment and Management from Oxford Brookes University, and is an Associate Member of IEMA.

Dr Arthur Fairfull

Stephen Warde, Vice President, Marketing

Steve has over twenty years’ experience of working with scientific and engineering software products and services. He is a Materials Science graduate from the University of Cambridge and an MBA from the UK's Open University Business School. He has applied this science and business background to work on products including: molecular modelling for chemistry, materials, and life science applications; cheminformatics and bioinformatics software; and, at Granta, materials information technology and materials education resources.  Steve’s responsibilities at Granta include coordination of the company’s product management and planning.