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Cutting-edge updates and case studies on today's and tomorrow's technologies

The Open Forum programme for Advanced Engineering 2019 is currently being planned with new topics & speakers updated during the coming weeks.

Forums will provide attendees with insights from leading OEMs and top tier manufacturers demonstrating opportunities in the supply chain, lessons learned from case studies of the latest innovations and technologies in action, and key issues including skills, regulations, market forecasts, and much more.

There is still time to submit your paper - submit yours now before May 31

Open Forums - including just some of our planned coverage:

     Medical Device Engineering NEW in 2019
     (including: Smart Medical Devices; Wearable Tech; 3D Printing; Cybersecurity; Manufacturing at Point of Need...)

     Connected Manufacturing
     (including: Cutting Through the Hype of I4.0; Big Data; Data Usage; High Volume Manufacturing...)

     Aero Engineering
     (including: Aerospace 4.0, Hybrid Propulsion Systems, Additive Manufacturing Applications...)

     Composites Engineering
     (including: Future of the Industry; Next Generation Materials; NDE and Repair, Fire Performance...) 

     Automotive Engineering
     (including: Electrification and Hybrid, Autonomy, Lightweighting, Sustainable Manufacturing, Additive Manufacturing...)

Choose one of the below to view the 2018 forum programme:

Supported by ADS, NATEP, and all regional associations, Aero Engineering additionally brings some of the latest innovations and case studies to the show floor in the on the show floor conference programme.

Themes include:

  • Aerodynamics
  • Aerospace & the EU
  • Aerospace Growth Partnership – initiative updates
  • Aircraft of the future
  • Applications of aerospace technology
  • NATEP and ATI updates

Automotive Engineering continues its growth as the UK’s dedicated event for manufacturers and the automotive industry supply chain, covering all areas of the industry, from R & D, through design, test, and production.

Themes include:

    • Autonomous driving
    • Aerospace & the EU
    • Body, Exteriors, Structures
    • Digital Manufacturing
    • Disruptive technologies
    • Durability

    The advances provided by composite materials within automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, construction and oil and gas, to name just a few, are revolutionising businesses and benefiting millions of people. The Composites Engineering show has already established itself as one of the world’s most important composite events.

    Themes include:

    • Innovation in manufacturing
    • Innovative materials
    • Repair and inspection of composite structures
    • High performance composites

      The advances provided by composite materials within automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, construction and oil and gas, to name just a few, are revolutionising businesses and benefiting millions of people. The Composites Engineering show has already established itself as one of the world’s most important composite events.

      Themes include:

      • Innovation in manufacturing
      • Innovative materials
      • Repair and inspection of composite structures
      • High performance composites
      • Thermoplastic composites

      Now more than ever, industrial production is a key driver for innovation, productivity, growth and job creation. As we embark on this new revolution where disruptive technologies connect information technology and operational technology, Connected Manufacturing will catalyse the business and technology opportunities that exist between innovators, customers and suppliers.

      Themes include:

      • Challenges and opportunities of the digital factory
      • Cloud Manufacturing
      • Connected manufacturing

        With key industry support from National Skills Academy of Nuclear Manufacturing, and EDF, Nuclear Engineering will provide a high level conference addressing key issues and requirements for new-build, and developing business in the supply chain.

        Themes include:

        • Current and future nuclear reactors
        • Demand modelling
        • Fuel
        • Plant
        • Simulation
        • Small modular reactors