Opening Talking Industry Live panel discussion focuses on Robotics & Advanced Automation at Drives & Controls Exhibition
The opening Talking Industry Live panel discussion on the 5th April at 10-11am during the forthcoming co-located shows which includes Drives & Controls Exhibition, Smart Industry Expo , Plant & Asset Management, Fluid Powers & Systems, and Air-Tech, (5-7 April 2022), will focus on Robotics & Advanced Automation.
The panel discussion will look at the multitude of industries, challenged by the diversification of end-user needs and labour shortages, and how automation can handle advanced work demands and changes. It will also focus on how robots no longer need to work alone; collaborative robots work hand-in-hand with humans, balancing safety with the need for flexibility and productivity.
The confirmed line-up of experts for the discussion includes: Mike Wilson Manufacturing Technology Centre Chief Automation Officer, Steve Brambley, Chief Executive, GAMBICA, (MTC), and Asif Moghal, Market Development Manager, Autodesk
Ultimately, the overall aim of this panel discussion according to the organiser, will be to discuss the future potential of robotics and automation technologies across manufacturing.
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About Talking Industry Live
The wide range of topical panel discussions of the popular Talking Industry webinar events will move temporarily from the digital sphere to live panel discussions at the NEC under the Talking Industry Live brand for three days during the forthcoming co-located shows between the 5-7 April 2022.
Talking Industry Live, as a CPD member, will include accredited panel discussions that will fully reflect the ongoing global transformation to the smart manufacturing era and provide fascinating panel discussions and insight into the potential plants of the future, covering all aspect of the digital transformation across the manufacturing spectrum, as well as looking at how digitalisation has helped during the Coronavirus pandemic and its importance in any future outbreak. Leading experts will address the vast array of information around 4IR, discussing the practicalities, technologies and issues surrounding transition and implementation of digitalisation in UK manufacturing.