In the lead up to our free seminar (Insights and Innovations for Machine & Equipment Builders), which will be taking place at our premises on the 27th June 2018, we’re excited to introduce each of the day’s dedicated sessions in a series of mini-blogs. Each one is published with input from our technical partners, and we’re grateful for the expertise that they’re willing to share with our attendees.
The subject of our first mini blog is ‘The Future of Making Things’, which will be the subject hosted by Autodesk’s James Slater on the day.
Technology is irrelevant; what you do with it is important. But, in an industry full of technological jargon and buzzwords… where do you start? Autodesk are one of 10 organisations that support the Future of British Manufacturing initiative and so they’re in an ideal position to deliver a session on the future of making things. Autodesk’s James Slater will share the approaches used to smash through the theory, how to use technology to help make better products, sell more and generate greater profits.
FOBMi is a collaboration between leading UK industry organisations, focused on increasing the competitive advantage of UK Design and Manufacturing companies by removing the barriers to true productivity and innovation. Get instant access to the latest design and manufacturing technologies, student experts from the top UK Universities, links to key industry resources and the opportunity to network with your peers at events like this one, across the country.
Audodesk is a globally renowned developer of 3D design, engineering and entertainment software. They are thought-leaders in the industry, and their software has been used in planning countless manufacturing projects. You can find out more on their website here.
You can register your interest and book a space for the entire day or specify your interest in either the morning or afternoon session by filling in the form below.
Date: Wednesday 27th June | Location: PP Control and Automation, Landywood Green, Cheslyn Hay, West Midlands WS6 7AL Get Directions
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