MANUFACTURING DIGITALISATION SUMMIT

5-6 June
Summit Theatre, Hall 4, the NEC Birmingham

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About

ENHANCED PRODUCTIVITY, EFFICIENCY AND SUSTAINABILITY

Manufacturing Digitalisation Summit, brought to you by The Manufacturer, is a two-day event at the NEC, Birmingham on 5-6 June focusing on the application of digital technologies to enhance the processes, efficiencies, and outcomes of the manufacturing industry, including all that entails in terms of automation, digital transformation, supply chain and people and skills. 

Now in its fourth year, the event provides an opportunity for industry leaders to come together to discuss how digital technologies and processes (such as IT/OT convergence, AI, machine learning, IoT, 5G, digital twins, automation, and advanced analytics) can improve their competitiveness and profitability, whilst satisfying ESG commitments. 

 

This summit is part of   

See the Roundtable Discussion format in action at last year’s Manufacturing Digitalisation Summit.

Manufacturing Digitalisation Summit is taking place alongside Smart Manufacturing and Engineering Week which includes the Smart Factory, Design and Engineering, Drives & Controls and Maintec Expos. Delegates will be able to attend all four exhibitions post-summit on both days.  

200

Delegates

25

Speakers

23

Key Topics

9

Sponsors

4

Keynotes

2

Panel Debates

IDEAS AND INSPIRATION FROM EVERY INDUSTRY…

Manufacturing Digitalisation Summit is designed for the UK’s largest defence, aerospace, automotive, machinery, pharmaceutical, chemical, food and drink, FMCG and electronics manufacturers. The cross-pollination of ideas between industries in the sector often generate the biggest knowledge gains for attendees. 

This event serves as a platform to explore industry best practices, offering tailored sessions to assist manufacturing leaders in crafting a robust digitalisation strategy that addresses organisational, operational, and cultural shifts. 

The Summit maintains its award-winning format, comprising 60% discussion sessions and 40% plenary. This deliberate balance ensures optimal peer-to-peer knowledge exchange – the primary reason manufacturers come back each year. 

 

63% of manufacturers don't know where to start with AI . . .

Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing: Where to Start is an industry guide, researched and produced by The Manufacturer, directly addressing the sector’s challenge.

The free guide contains ideas and innovations to help kick start your manufacturing AI revolution as well as industry insight and opinion and a 7 Step Plan to getting started.

Download the guide now, then join the AI debate at Manufacturing Digitalisation Summit. The Summit agenda includes Discussion Sessions on AI, Digital Twins, Automation and Building Digital Talent.

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