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Advanced Engineering set to return in October

  • By Digital CliftonMediaLab
  • News

Advanced Engineering – the UK’s must-attend event for advanced manufacturing technology, innovation and supply chain solutions – is set return this October.

The event, which attracts upwards of 15,000 attendees, will be held at Birmingham’s NEC on October 30-31 and will feature a number of new elements to make the show have even greater appeal.

Registration for the year’s event is free – sign up here!

Visit Advanced Engineering this October to talk in-depth with suppliers who can give you tailored answers on the spot. Make your decisions faster and discover technologies – often by chance – from new and less familiar sectors that you never even thought were relevant.

Come away with ideas to grow your business for the future. See, touch and discover the newest technologies to achieve production efficiencies, reduce time and costs, and get you ahead of your competitors.

This is an incredible opportunity to network with professionals from OEMs and supply chain partners, Advanced Engineering provides a platform for knowledge transfer and business discussions across: R & D, design, test, measurement & inspection, raw materials & processing, manufacturing, production and automation.

New for 2019

This year the show will feature six co-locating zones for specific sectors – including a new addition of medical device engineering. The other sectors are

  • Aero engineering
  • Composites engineering
  • Automotive engineering
  • Performance metals engineering
  • Connected manufacturing

As a constantly evolving platform for advanced engineering, several new features have also been added to deliver a greater experience.

  • AE Connect – a new way to book meetings ahead of the show. This will be available from July 22.
  • Electronics – embedded systems, electronic designand electronic components will be a focus across the main show zones
  • Enabling Innovation Zone
  • Surface engineering
  • Aluminium Pavilion
  • GTMA Pavilion
  • Features

Find out more about Advanced Engineering 2019

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