The Advanced Manufacturing Expo’s preliminary conference program was released on Wednesday by organisers Reed Exhibitions Australia.
AMX2020 will run from May 13 to May 15 at the Sydney Showground, and cover themes including automation and robotics, industrial IoT, defence and space supply chains, and government grants. Some of the sessions are:
- ‘Manufacturing Innovation in NSW’ – Hugh Durrant-Whyte, NSW Chief Scientist and Engineer
- ‘The evolution of 4.0’ – David Chuter, CEO, Innovative Manufacturing CRC
- ‘Empowering Automation through Disruptive Technology’ – Ian Choo, Regional Technical Support Engineer, Universal Robots
- “Application of In-Situ Artificial Intelligence for Advanced Manufacturing” – Vadim Pinskiy, Vice-President of Research & Development, Nanotronics
- ‘Why you should be asking “Which material?” not “Which printer?” – Lee Bilby, Chief Operations Officer, Bilby 3D
- ‘4D Printing of New Smart Materials’ – Dr Elsa Antunes, Lecturer, James Cook University
- ‘How Advanced Manufacturing can enter and benefit the Australian Space Industry’ – Campbell Pegg, Program Manager, Australian Space Agency
More information on the preliminary program can be found at this link.
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