Advanced Manufacturing Hub coming to Electronex


Advanced Manufacturing Hub coming to Electronex

Electronex — The Electronics Design and Assembly Expo will this year feature a new co-located hub for advanced manufacturing technology, which will include technical displays and free seminars for visitors.

Electronex has been running for nine years now, enabling designers, managers, engineers, technicians, manufacturers and system integrators to discuss their specific requirements with industry experts and see, test and compare the latest products to help them in their business.

The event has recently experienced a resurgence in interest from high-tech manufacturing companies, regularly attracting senior engineers and technical experts from design, R&D, defence, government and more. In fact, a 2017 visitor survey revealed that more than 60% of the audience wanted to see advanced or smart manufacturing solutions at future events.

To satisfy this demand, event organiser Australasian Exhibitions & Events has created an Advanced Manufacturing Hub for the 2018 event, where exhibitors will be able to meet and discuss applications and solutions with key personnel in manufacturing and design. A series of free seminars will also be held, enabling exhibitors to present insights into the latest technology and innovations for the future success of Australia’s manufacturers.

The Advanced Manufacturing Hub will enable senior engineers and managers to see and discuss the latest solutions and technology and hear from industry experts to futureproof their business in the global marketplace. The organisers are thus encouraging suppliers from the following sectors to consider attending:

  • Industry 4.0
  • Internet of Things
  • Additive manufacturing
  • Smart robotics
  • Digitalisation
  • Artificial intelligence
  • Advanced materials
  • Sensors/data analytics
     

The event will also be held in conjunction with the SMCBA Electronics Design and Manufacture Conference, which has been running since 1988 and is regularly staged concurrently with Electronex. The conference program is set to feature internationally acclaimed industry experts Susy Webb and Jasbir Bath, from the USA, among others.

Electronex 2018 will be held from 5–6 September at Rosehill Gardens Event Centre in Sydney. For more information, visit https://www.electronex.com.au/.

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