Show visitors will see innovations across the aerospace, automotive, composites, performance metals, connected manufacturing and nuclear industries. With 650+ exhibitors and some of the industry’s biggest names expected, visitors will have a unique opportunity to discover the latest developments in the advanced engineering landscape.
Coupled with 200+ presentations and case studies the show is filled with experts in technical and business improvement, highlighting best practice and the secrets behind what is driving the industry forward. It also presents the chance to meet and do business across the supply chain from a range of engineering specialisms including automation, design and test engineering, process control, machining and many more.
“Celebrating our 10th birthday this year is a very special occasion for the Advanced Engineering show, and it will be bigger and better than ever,” says Alison Willis, Industrial Divisional Director at Easyfairs, the show’s organiser. “Our technical conference programme is attracting a lot of interest and there will be hundreds of engineering exhibitors to speak to about the latest innovations in the industry. So register for your free place today and put the date in your diary.”
Last year the show saw a 15% increase in attendees. 2018 is expected to be bigger and better with the launch of a new co-located show, Nuclear Engineering, and the expansion of the Connected Manufacturing zone.
The show takes place on the 31 October-1 November, at the NEC, Birmingham, UK, and there will be a range of expert speakers, including Sameer Savani, Head of Innovation and Engineering, ADS Group.
Companies: Advanced Engineering Birmingham
Industries: Automotive and Road Transportation