Digital to Physical
How virtual designs inspire the products and factories of the future
28 November 2019 | Coventry University, Coventry, UK
About the EngTalk
Demand for high-quality, affordable, and often bespoke products is on the rise. As the manufacturing industry responds to the challenge of meeting these needs, innovation around additive and digital processes are driving radical change.
AI tools are being incorporated into computer-aided design (CAD) software to help autonomously optimise designs. 3D printers are more economical and robust than ever and can now print with a spectrum of materials. Networked sensor devices that constantly feedback through analytical tools allow designs and processes to be improved on the fly, resulting in never-before-seen flexibility reaching the factory floor.
Brian Holliday, Managing Director for Siemens Digital Industries, has been in a position to see it all and knows first-hand how the deployment of these new tools are making sweeping changes to manufacturing.
In this EngTalk, you will experience manufacturing of the future, as Brian explores some of the most cutting-edge discrete developments from additive and AI to automation that when synergised are enabling manufacturing capabilities never seen before.
Free to attend