Advanced Engineering offers a great opportunity for the whole UK manufacturing supply chain to source innovation and technology spanning across multiple sectors, including but not limited to aerospace, automotive, rail, marine, space & satellite, medical, renewables, and more.
Already, the show’s exhibitor space is 90% sold out – a sign that industry is eager to come together again. In 2019, over 10,000 professionals from the manufacturing sector attended the show.
“This year’s Advanced Engineering will be a great opportunity to catch up with contacts, both existing and new,” said Daniel Martin, manager of BIW and enclosures at Aston Martin Lagonda. “I’m particularly looking forward to the chance where myself and colleagues can enjoy the first big event all year to source technologies and products that will be vital for the bounce-back and future resilience of the British automotive sector.”
Advanced Engineering is for anyone wanting to meet the world’s leading engineering and manufacturing companies, plus the UK’s most innovative start-ups, thanks to the return of the show’s Enabling Innovation zone, supported by Innovate UK. Here, 10 chosen start-ups will have the opportunity to showcase their ground-breaking product or technology, before presenting it to a panel of esteemed judges to be crowned the Advanced Engineering innovator of 2021.
This year, there will be a new Space and Satellite zone, supported by UK Space Agency, ADS, GTMA, Skyrora, Surrey Satellite Technologies and Airbus Space & Defence, with a particularly special product feature due to be announced in the coming weeks.
Advanced Engineering will host four open forums with speakers from Make UK, Volkswagen, Ford, IBM, BAE Systems, TFL, Toray Advanced Composites, the UK Space Agency, Vortex Engineering Group and Swiss CMT already confirmed. Forum topics include urban air mobility, 3D printing of composites, electrification in the automotive industry, AI and cyber security, cementing the show’s position as the home of everything that anyone working across the engineering and manufacturing supply chains could need.
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