Talking Industry, the highly regarded series of online panel discussions and podcasts, is set to bring exhibitors and visitors together in a unique environment with Talking Industry Live in partnership with the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC). The event will take place at the MTC, Coventry on April 25, 2023.
Talking Industry Live will provide an environment for delegates to learn about cutting edge technologies and best practice through unscripted panel discussions, presentations, live demos and workshops.
Limited to 400 delegates, this unique one-day event will be broken in to five distinctive elements allowing visitors to tailor their own experience learning new skills, meet new suppliers and gain knowledge whilst networking with peers.
This format allows visitors to learn new skills, meet with new suppliers and gain knowledge while networking with peers in a high-end environment.
There will be three 45-minute interactive panel discussion throughout the day. Audience participation will be encouraged, and questions will be taken throughout the discussions. Topics include robotics and automation, increasing overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) and digital manufacturing, industrial data and artificial intelligence.
In addition, there will be two in-depth workshops provided by the event’s content partners. Euchner UK’s session will be on managing equipment safety and cyber security in the modern factory. The second is provided by Rittal/Eplan and will cover smarter panel building. Workshop places are limited to 40 per session so pre-registration is advised.
Six 45-minute seminars will also be on offer throughout the day and topics so far include collaborative automation: solving the UK productivity puzzle, mobile robotics: mobile, flexible & resilient – the factory of the future and additive manufacturing: automated 3D printing – exponential manufacturing possibilities.
There will also be the opportunity for delegates to see ground-breaking products and innovations from KUKA, Werma, Motor Technology, Novotek, Euchner, Rittal, Eplan, Weidmuller, Omron, BCAS, Charter Controls and many more, thanks for a micro exhibition that is running during the event.
There are only 400 spaces available for the event. To register your interest in attending, visit the event’s Eventbrite page here.