Monday, 18 July - Wednesday, 22 June 2022
What does the future factory look like?
As the manufacturing industry navigates chip shortages and supply chain disruption, engineers need to find new ways to stay one step ahead when it comes to efficiency and innovation.
Made Smarter Innovation/Innovate UK KTN is the Strategic Partner for this event – we’ll be running a 1-hour virtual webinar on Digital Twins of Factories with Immerse UK.
Advanced Manufacturing, 18-22 July, will explore how cutting-edge and productive factories in the future will need to be, focusing on the following critical topics:
- Increasing efficiency with robotics
- Designing for the future with simulation and modelling
- Solving modern problems with 3D-printed parts
- Simplifying designs and supply chains with additive manufacturing
- Keeping ahead of sustainability targets
- Automating processes to boost efficiency
- Maximising the benefits of Industry 4.0
- Enabling innovation with digital transformation
- Transforming your business with powerful software
- Measuring success with modern technology
- Building the workforce you need for tomorrow’s challenges
Advanced Manufacturing is part of Engineering Futures which includes another 2 focused weeks later in the year:
- Sustainability in Engineering: 26 - 30 September
- Aerospace and Defence: 21 - 25 November