Tickets are now available for the Manufacturing Technology Centre's (MTC) Digitalising Manufacturing Conference
, which will be taking place virtually for the first time on 5 and 6 October.
It is one of the UK’s largest annual gathering of manufacturing leaders and aims to address the lessons learnt from the recent Covid-19 crisis while introducing delegates to manufacturing sustainability, new strategies and emerging future opportunities.
The packed two-day conference will feature a number of insightful keynote presentations, educational workshops, and panel discussions with manufacturing experts from around the world.
For the first time ever the conference will be hosted virtually, using an interactive on-line platform, meaning delegates can join the event safely from anywhere in the world while still watching physical and digital demonstrators, interactive sessions and networking opportunities.
This year, standard ticket prices will start at just £80 plus VAT and grant full access to the entire event, including the live Q&A and a brand new SME clinic.
The MTC, situated at Ansty Park in Coventry, is also offering a further discount to manufacturing SMEs and organisations that are members of the MTC.
Whether delegates are looking for a showcase of inspiring demonstrators, or upcoming technologies, there is something for everyone.
Visitors will also have the chance to participate a variety of workshops during the event, covering informative and helpful topics, including: rapid product and process development; smart connected factory; connected supply chains through-life; and the all-new Digital Transformation Clinic, a new feature available to all delegates that offers guidance and support for organisations, SMEs and start-up companies.
Hosted as separate rooms throughout the conference, visitors will have the opportunity to join small groups and experts to discuss a variety of topics, including: strategy development, creating a digital strategy and understanding technology; problem solving, increasing productivity and efficiency; start-up support for technology providers; and developing new products and processes.
This year offers the added viewing flexibility through the optional ‘on demand’ ticket, giving delegates the freedom to watch the entire conference again, at any time, for a period of time afterwards.