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Lawrence Davies MBE to give Advanced Engineering 2018 keynote

Posted 9 October 2018 · Add Comment

Easyfairs, organisers of the Advanced Engineering show, have announced that Lawrence Davies MBE, Chief Adviser, Department for International Trade, will be presenting a keynote speech on 'Future Proofing the UK Supply Chain', at Advanced Engineering 2018, being held 31st October to 1st November at Birmingham's NEC.



Several other industry-leading keynote speakers for the event's six zones this year, include representatives from Siemens, Jaguar Land Rover and the High Value Manufacturing Catapult.

Advanced Engineering 2018 contains six co-locating zones;
•    Aerospace Engineering
•    Composites Engineering
•    Automotive Engineering
•    Performance Metals
•    Connected Manufacturing
•    Nuclear Engineering.

Each of these six zones will have a range of speakers talking about current issues, as well as future projections for their industry, such as; Big Data, Industry 4.0, fire, space, Brexit, aircraft of the future, electrification and robotics.

With the addition of the Nuclear Engineering and Contract Manufacturing zones for 2018, the Advanced Engineering Show offers the chance to expand your network and meet new faces within the engineering industry.

The show’s forums are CPD (Continuing Professional Development) accredited, demonstrating the expertise of the show’s influential speakers, and will be insightful for everyone attending. 

Advanced Engineering’s keynote speakers include:
•    Paul Hingley, Data Services Business Manager, Siemens on IIOT and security…a Thirst for Data
•    Rosa Wilkinson, Communications Director at the High Value Manufacturing Catapult speaking about the Automotive Strategy.
•    James Henderson, Structure Major Projects Manager at Atkins, offering Guidance for Bridge Designers.
•    Ed Andrews, Technologist at Aerospace Technology Institute will be speaking on Aerospace Composites Technology Road mapping in the Aerospace zone.
•    Mike Mychajluk, Supply Chain Projects & External Engagement Manager, Production Purchasing at JLR on The Automotive Council & the UK supply chain
•    Lawrence Davies MBE, Chief Adviser, Department for International Trade, Future proofing the UK supply chain.
•    Mike Wilson, President, BARA, Why UK Manufacturing Should Embrace Robotics Technology?
•    Alex Aucken, Chairman, Solvay, Where are we with the UK Composites Strategy

The Advanced Engineering Show is celebrating its 10th year joining together UK supply chain professionals and engineering management, spanning: process, control and plant industries; R & D; design; test; production & procurement from OEMs, integrators and top tier industry players within multiple industries. The show is taking place on the 31 October and the 1 November in the NEC in Birmingham.

Alison Willis, industrial divisional director at Easyfairs, organisers of Advanced Engineering, said: “We are delighted to announce our speakers for the 10th year of the show and are excited to hear their take on the challenges and successes of the industry over the past year.

“The conference will provide insights into topics which have a daily impact on the companies in each of the Advanced Engineering industries. Our expert speakers and industry keynotes will stimulate lively discussions with insightful speeches, which are taking place across both days of the show.’

With industry specific speakers including Siemens, ADS Group and the Aerospace Technology Institute scheduled throughout both days of the show, Advanced Engineering 2018 is set to offer thought-provoking talks from industry-leading professionals. This year offers the opportunity for attendees to visit the Connected Manufacturing zone and find out what Industry 4.0 means for their company, an exciting insight into the future of engineering.

With 600+ exhibiting firms and six CPD accredited open forums filled with over 200 presentations, Advanced Engineering 2018 brings together firms all looking to source, specify and invest in the latest industry innovations and latest products. Last year alone saw a 15% rise in attendance and this year looks set to continue that trend.

Advanced Engineering 2018 takes place on 31 October and 1 November in halls 2, 3 and 3a at the NEC.

 

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