Registration opens for Digitalising Manufacturing 2017 Conference

Registration opens for Digitalising Manufacturing 2017 Conference

Date: Tuesday 13 June 2017

News Registration opens for Digitalising Manufacturing 2017 Conference

Registration for this year’s Digitalising Manufacturing 2017 conference has opened – with early-bird passes now on general sale.

dedicated microsite has also gone live showcasing the two-day conference, on October 30-31, at the MTC’s start-of-the-art event facilities.

The site features details of the packed agenda which includes world-leading speakers, panel discussions, workshops and demonstrators.

The programme will explore policy driving the digital era and also provide key information and know-how for businesses looking to be part of this must-do technological revolution.

Keynote speakers include Siemens UK CEO Juergen Maier; Innovate UK’s Lynne McGregor and HVM Catapult’s chief technology officer Sam Turner.

The event will also feature an international perspective with representatives from the G20 Presidency and the World Economic Forum.

Day two of the conference focuses very much on the end user and will be a highly-interactive and knowledge-rich day focussing on 'Implementation' and 'Mechanisms & Support'.

Early bird tickets are priced at £50 plus VAT for one day or £75 plus VAT for both days.

We are offering SMEs 50 per cent off all delegate passes. To take advantage of this offer, please email to be sent the discount code.

The conference is sponsored by ATS, Bosch and Bosch Rexroth and supported by media partner The Manufacturer.

New high spec equipment and software for research projects is continually coming into the business. This gives many training opportunities and with work being so varied I don't think I would ever have the opportunity to get bored at the MTC. The MTC is also very determined to progress engineers to chartered status. This supports my development but also awards me with an internationally recognised qualification.
Mehul Parmar
MTC Assembly Systems