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Spotlight on design & innovation at Smart Manufacturing & Engineering Week 2024

01 May 2024

Smart Manufacturing & Engineering Week (SM&E Week), set to take place at the NEC Birmingham on 5-6 June, offers a diverse lineup of events geared towards enhancing industry knowledge and fostering peer-to-peer learning. With a comprehensive schedule that includes two summits and a symposium, the event promises a deep dive into cutting-edge topics, from design and innovation to digital transformation and sustainability.

The Industrial Data & AI Summit, now in its seventh year, is scheduled for 5 June. It will concentrate on topics such as data management and data insights, featuring keynote presentations from industry leaders, a panel discussion, and interactive roundtable sessions. This summit provides a platform for senior leaders to exchange knowledge and explore advancements in data integration, management, and the drive towards a data-driven business landscape.

Simultaneously, the Manufacturing Digitalisation Summit, which spans both days of the event, focuses on the transformative effects of digitalisation on product design, production, and maintenance. The summit is split into two streams: the Enterprise stream, for larger corporations, and the Growth stream, tailored for SMEs. Attendees can expect eight keynote addresses, two panel discussions, and hands-on roundtable discussions, offering insights into optimising operations and enhancing the digital footprint of manufacturing processes.

Read the full article in DPA's May 2024 issue

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