Robot automation is continually becoming easier to apply and operate making it accessible for even the smallest companies.
Robotics and automation are becoming far more accessible. Cheaper, easier to program and collaborative robots with “accessories” are becoming more common place. 2nd hand robots are offering small companies a very cost-effective introduction automation.
Ben Morgan, Head of the Integrated Manufacturing Group – Factory 2050
Understand how other industries are ensuring that the right business problems are matched with either existing or emerging technical solutions to deliver value.
Kevin White, Process Control & Automation Director – Tata Steel Europe
Learn from and network with senior executives from these manufacturers:
It is a time of great change in UK manufacturing – as companies respond to the coming together of powerful trends in labour supply, supply chain consolidation, and getting the best balance between quality and cost.
What parts of your production process are best suited to automation?
Where are your industry peers seeing automation opportunities in 2019?
How is the technology landscape changing – and how best can you take advantage of new capabilities?
Manufacturing Automation and Robotics Summit is engineered to answer these questions – gathering together successful manufacturing professionals to walk through their own automation and robotics journeys.
What is Manufacturing Automation and Robotics Summit?
- Technical Process Planning
- Head of Production
- Warehouse Management
- Operations Technology
- Manufacturing Director
- Assembly Director
- Logistics Director
- Operations Director
- Process Engineering
- Continuous Improvement
- Innovation Engineering
- Product Development
- Plant Management
- Warehouse Automation
- General Manager
- Systems Analyst
- New Product Introduction