We’re diving into the exciting world of connected manufacturing. Discover the latest technologies and trends in IoT and learn how and why digital connectivity is revolutionizing industrial production. We’ve invited renowned experts from industry and top universities to share their experiences and knowledge. Together, we’ll explore the current state of technology and discuss how digital transformation will continue to evolve in the future. It’s all about innovative approaches and solutions that pave the way to a successful future.
May 25th, 2023 – 10:30 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V.
As the number of participants is limited to 50, we recommend that you register as soon as possible to ensure that your place is reserved.
Every company or team has a choice between a thriving digital future or “we’ve always done it this way” thinking and gridlock. In his keynote, Nick highlights the crossroads at which many companies find themselves. He provides practical food for thought on how companies can get on the right track to move safely into the future. He will explain the impact of the megatrends of sustainability & digitalization and highlight current trends, technologies & business models in the field of automation.
The Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data enable companies to respond to changing customer needs in a more targeted manner and to make their production and processes more flexible and efficient. This keynote highlights the central importance of data-based IoT business models as a link in the chain and provides exciting insights into current developments based on various examples.
The presentation will deal with the question of how intelligent manufacturing can be realized by means of IoT, digital twins and platforms related to the OT. The benefits of ubiquitous connectivity, fog computing and modular design will be explained. Examples from energy and maintenance management will show how data from multiple sources can be easily collected, analyzed, and visualized. The presentation is aimed at manufacturing companies that want to increase their value through data-driven processes.
Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are technologies that have grown in importance over the past few years. They allow us to immerse ourselves in a virtual world or to augment real-world images with digital information.
In the machine tool world, VR / AR technology can be used to support the planning, operation and maintenance of machines. In addition, VR technology can be used to represent complex components and workpieces in three dimensions in order to plan and optimize their production. AR technology, on the other hand, can be used to project digital information such as measurement data or work instructions directly onto the real machine environment during the operation of a machine tool. This presentation will use a real-world project to show where we really are in the machine tool world and what trends we should be focusing on.
Freeform bending with a moving die offers the opportunity to produce flexible parts from one-offs to large series without the need for retooling. However, this requires a fully digital and automated process chain from the desired geometry to the finished part. This presentation will cover the necessary digital tools, modeling and process control to produce “first time right” in quantities of one.
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CNC Marketing Manager Europe