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Metallurgy Europe Chairman Ole Köser on disrupitve changes in metal and metallic products manufacturing and key challenges to further develop 3D printing technologies. Metallurgy compatible to Industry 4.0 Metallurgy is required to be compatible with Industry 4.0. The whole industry including the...

EUROGIA Chairwoman Sinem Altuncu on the links between low carbon energy technologies and smart manufacturing – and how to solve related challenges in power management and energy storage. Low carbon energy technologies and Smart Manufacturing have a lot in common given that they both depend on...

Euripides Chairman Jochen Langheim on the role of the electronic industry in the transition to the smart factory. The Smart Factory will connect customers, suppliers, employees and machines in order to control the whole production process. Complexity and sensitivity of information to manage in an...

Why join the EUREKA Innovation Days 2018? EUREKA Innovation Days is the perfect opportunity to meet companies and research organisations from across Europe and beyond in Finland’s dynamic capital. The three-day conference, from Tuesday 22 through 24 May 2018, includes: high-level speakers from...

Celtic-Plus Chairman Jacques Magen on the importance of data collection, data security, data processing, enhanced Human Machine Interfaces and the advantages of standardisation for SMEs. 1-Vertical sector specific needs Each vertical sector has specific manufacturing processes and therefore needs...

PENTA Director Peter Connock on how Europe can regain leadership in the fabrication of the increasingly customised products demanded by today’s markets. The past decades have seen a trend of de-industrialisation of Europe, with the move to Asia of mass production of standardised components and...

ITEA Chairwoman Zeynep Sarilar on the integration of high-tech concepts, customer/human-centric design, security, servitisation and the importance of open source. What is happening now in manufacturing is not improvement but revolution. Manufacturing needs to be smart to survive… that’s a no-...