Sustainable Industry 4.0 Unleashed
Digital Manufacturing Week brings together ideas, experience and energy across a range of events engineered to support manufacturers at all levels of their digital journey. Join thousands of visitors, have important conversations, and expand your professional network.
What is Digital Manufacturing Week?
Produced by The Manufacturer magazine, Digital Manufacturing Week is a national festival of advanced manufacturing which every year attracts thousands of manufacturers, industry leaders and technology providers.
Every aspect of the week celebrates excellence: expert speakers, industry-shaping influencers, delegates from the best manufacturers, and the brightest emerging talent. We bring them together to help businesses at all stages of their Industry 4.0 development, arming them with real insights from the industry we have been at the heart of for over 25 years.
It is about learning, providing a showcase for the best of manufacturing, and also celebrating successes. Our two awards programmes – The Manufacturer Top 100 and MX Awards – honour the talented individuals and best-in-class companies that represent the top tier of the industry.
Tackling the biggest issues in Manufacturing
Digital Manufacturing Week exists to provide manufacturing executives with the knowledge, contacts and solutions they need to navigate the sector’s biggest challenges – with specific attention to:
Identify opportunities for a step-change in business performance.
Redesign your products and processes in order to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Rethink your processes, products and business models to increase your competitive advantage.
Open up your business to the full range of available talent.
Connect your people, factories and products, and build manufacturing processes that scale.
Continuously improve your process control, minimise process variation, and reduce operational costs.
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Five Reasons to Get Involved:
1. Develop. Sharpen your competitive advantage with access to the latest thought leadership and technologies.
2. Grow. Increase the capacity of your manufacturing operations.
3. Evaluate. Assess emerging technologies, business models and markets.
4. Partner. Meet fellow-travellers on the digital manufacturing journey.
5. Mentor. Send the lift down to the next generation of manufacturing talent.