Organised by the Silverstone Technology Cluster
Join the STC to explore the world of smart factories, exploring the innovations and approaches that are enabling manufacturers to succeed in Industry 4.0. In this Digital and Advanced Manufacturing Special Interest Group event you will hear the latest advances in technology that are driving factories of the future, with real-life success stories, and top-class experts sharing their thought leadership.
Dimitrios Spiliopoulos and Stephanie de Albuquerque from Amazon Web Services will be with us to talk about the latest trends in the market and show both current and future developments with some use cases.
Guy Brown from Renishaw, experts in smart manufacturing solutions, will talk about the technology and capabilities they have developed to date and their vision going forward, highlighting the impact of developing ‘R central’, their connected metrology in the loop system.
Dolores Sanders from Total Control Pro will be sharing hot-off-the press insights into how their Digital Accelerator Prototype and its dynamic planning tool are set to transform their customers’ manufacturing operations, looking at what they have learned about the state of play now and what the bridges are to the future picture.
Brendan Sheppard of SmartFactory will cut through all the “hype” and explain how you can create real business value through digital transformation in manufacturing. He will share insights from some real case examples using IIoT, AI and machine learning, to help demonstrate how you can get started on the journey.
Naim Kapadia from The MTC will share some exciting electronics innovations being developed set to impact on future manufacturing.
This will be an interactive event with plenty of opportunities to network with the expert speakers and peers from across the cluster. Spaces are limited so book your place today so you don’t miss out on this excellent opportunity to connect with like-minded people in digital and advanced manufacturing.
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