With the changing landscape in manufacturing and a focus on the journey towards Industry 4.0, this hub showcases key topics such as Virtual Reality and Advanced Manufacturing through to the Implementation of Automation. Exploring the key technologies to hit Manufacturing in the next ten years, there will be a drive towards innovation and the resurgence of Industry within the UK.
New Anglia Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering’s (NAAME) first annual Productivity Conference, titled The Productivity Journey, will take place on 17th September 2018 at the University of East Anglia’s Enterprise Centre in Norwich.
Immersive technologies – predicted to be a $160 billion market in the next three years -– are fast becoming essential tools for advanced manufacturing, according to a new report launched by the UK’s High Value Manufacturing Catapult (HVMC) at the 2018 Farnborough Air Show.
'Will the published Industrial Strategy help rebuild manufacturing?' was the main theme of the 9th National Manufacturing Debate on 23 May 2018.
The IET went along to the latest North East Maintenance Forum (NEMF) in Middlesbrough to see how it has been delivering on its pledge to help ‘maintain good business in the region and beyond.’
Delivering the ambition for a Post-Brexit UK to create significant social, economic and environmental impact, this report sets out the how, who, what, when, where and why for action on sustainable manufacturing over a five-year period.
The HVM Catapult and IET are interested in hearing from companies of any size and from any sector who have installed automation or are thinking of doing so. We want to hear from you if you have had positive or negative experiences, why you looked at automation and what benefits you’ve received from implementing automation.
On 9 February 2017, in Hangar 1 at Cardington Airfield, Bedford College will unveil plans for its new £5 million Advanced Engineering & Construction Centre.
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