Intelligent Automation Dissemination Day

Intelligent Automation Dissemination Day

Industry Events Intelligent Automation Dissemination Day

Register today for our Intelligent Automation Dissemination Day on 26th March 2019 and get an insight into how the MTC is leading the way when it comes to industrial robots.

Date: Tuesday 26 March 2019
Venue: The MTC Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre, Ansty Park, Coventry, CV7 9JU. Click here for directions.
Time: 9:00 - 17:00
Price: Free
How to register: Please click here to register

About the event:

Join us on 26th March 2019 where you’ll get to hear about all the latest developments in robotics and automation for industry. Get an insight into where this technology is heading, what manufacturers can benefit from and how this new technology can be implemented.

During the event, delegates will get an opportunity to see the latest robotics equipment in action and hear about real life case studies from a range of industries.

Our speakers:

  • Mike Wilson, President, British Automation and Robot Association (BARA): 'Driving adoption of robotics and automation in industry'
  • Prof. Simon Pearson, Professor of Agri-Food Technology, University of Lincoln: 'Robots in agriculture and food'
  • Jeremy Hadall, Chief Engineer - Intelligent Automation, Manufacturing Technology Centre: 'Update of some of the latest research work in intelligent automation and robotics at the MTC'
  • More to be announced...

Why attend?

  • Get an insight into the future of automation in manufacturing and how we can encourage further adoption of robots in UK industry
  • Learn how you can increase the skills base for the automated manufacturing industry
  • Hear real life cases studies
  • Take a tour of the MTC’s state-of-the-art facilities and see the latest robotics in action
  • Network with fellow delegates


09:30 - Registration & networking

10:00 - Welcome to the MTC; Dr Ken Young, Director - Technology, MTC

10:15 - Introduction to Intelligent Automation; Jeremy Hadall, Chief Engineer - Intelligent Automation, MTC

10:45 - The Future of Robotics in Manufacturing; Mike Wilson, President, British Automation and Robotics Association (BARA)

11:15 - Coffee break & networking

11:30 - MTC Project Presentations

12:15 - AMTC Training

12:30 - Lunch & networking

13:15 - Robots in Agriculture & Food; Prof. Simon Pearson, Professor of Agri-Food Technology, University of Lincoln

13:45 - Panel Discussion

14:15 - MTC Workshop Tour

15:45 - Networking reception

16:00 - Closing remarks

16:30 - Conference close

Register today:

This event is free to attend, but registration is essential. We only have limited places available, so book early to avoid disappointment. You can register via our Eventbrite page.

Please note: All attendees will need to bring photographic ID with them on the day. This is a security measure and is required in order for you to gain access to the MTC building. This should be in the form of:

  • Valid International Passport Only.
  • UK Driving License(Photographic).
  • Photographic Residency Card.
  • Photographic Naturalisation Card.

Due to MTC security requirements, we require a minimum of 20 working days to allow entry for Russian and Chinese nationals. Unfortunately, due to the passing of the 20 working days requirement, Russian and Chinese nationals will be unable to go on the MTC workshop tour, however, we still welcome all registrations to the main event.

Sponsorship opportunities:

We are offering the opportunity to become a sponsor at the Intelligent Automation Dissemination Day. This event will give exhibitors a broad range of opportunities to interact directly with delegates and benefit from the broad reach and interest generated by the MTC and the High Value Manufacturing Catapult. We only have a limited number of sponsorship packages available, so if you are interested, please email us at:

Download our sponsorship brochure.

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I can see the real benefits for the customers, which is where the facilities come into their own. 

Thanks for inviting me.

Mark Johnson
Lloyds Banking Group