Smart Factory Expo is back for the seventh year running and will take place at the Exhibition Centre Liverpool from 16-17 November. Part of Digital Manufacturing Week, industry’s premier advanced manufacturing event, the Expo is free-to-attend for manufacturers and brings together all the technologies enabling the digital manufacturing revolution under one roof.
The result is a carefully-curated shop window for manufacturers at all stages of their digital journey.
Smart Factory Expo features 170+ exhibitors across five Technology Zones and two Innovation Zones including:
- Automation & Robotics
- Digital Transformation
- IoT & Connectivity
- Industrial Data & AI
- Smart Infrastructure
- Innovation Alley
- Innovation Village
Smart Factory Expo is much more than just an exhibition. It also features:
- 138 Theatre presentations, free-to-attend, delivered by experts.
- Exclusive University of Cambridge Institute for Manufacturing Masterclasses
- Regional Site Visits (part of Digital Manufacturing Week)
- Innovation Alley – a dedicated start-up corridor brimming with entrepreneurial energy
- Innovation Village – take a journey from fossil fuels to renewables, seeing the technological advances for transforming industry for a sustainable world.
- Best of British Showcase – a celebration of domestic manufacturing.
- Make new connections over drinks in our vertically focused networking hours.
- Dedicated STEAM afternoon – supporting the manufacturers of the future.
- Women in manufacturing programme – addressing diversity in the sector
To attend Smart Factory Expo from 16-17 November at this year’s Digital Manufacturing Week, head over to www.digital-manufacturing-week. com/expo and book your ticket. Admission is free for manufacturers.
For even more value and greater insights, consider either the Manufacturing Leaders’ Summit (from £75) or SME Growth Summit (from £45) – both include access to Smart Factory Expo (exhibition hall and solutions arena presentations) and the Made Smarter Innovation Alley, plus numerous networking opportunities – the value really is tremendous.
The Institute for Manufacturing (IfM), University of Cambridge will also be putting on a series of masterclasses which are designed to challenge and extend your thinking in relation to some of the most pressing challenges and opportunities you and your organisation face.
Using research and frameworks developed at the University of Cambridge, you can gain practical insights and recommendations you can take back to your business after Digital Manufacturing Week.
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