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Future Focus​ – Workshops

Conferences

9 July 2024 - 11 July 2024 | 9.30am – 3.30pm | Duration : 2 Days (2 different locations)

Village Hotel Leeds South
Delta Hotels by Marriott Swindon

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A Driving Digital Transformation Workshop for Design & Manufacturing

This workshop shifts its attention away from our software offerings, features, and functions. Instead, it emphasises the practical application of digital technologies to enhance product quality, increase sales, and drive greater value. As a result, it is tailored specifically for senior manufacturing executives. As part of the event, participants will receive a guided tour of our Birmingham Technology Centre.

To secure one of the 30 available spots, please register for attendance as soon as possible.

Let’s embark on this transformative journey together.

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Agenda

» 09.30 – Registration & Coffee
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10.00 – Welcome & Objectives
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10.20 – Digital Strategy & 5 capabilities
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10.30 – Mass Customisation
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11:00 – Coffee break
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11.15 – Collaboration
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11.45 – Flexible Manufacturing
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12.15 – Lunch
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13.30 – Customer Experience
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14:00 – Smart Services
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14.30 – Coffee break
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14.45 – Overview of the day
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15.30 – Depart

Future Focus​ – Workshops | Graitec - UK

Locations for the Workshop Meetings

Improve profitability

Expand market presence and reduce acquisition and retention costs, all the while cultivating brand loyalty.

Enhance your competitive edge

Create better products or services than competitors and identify new opportunities.

Achieve greater efficiency and productivity in less time.

Enhance operational efficiency, elevate supply chain agility, and increase manufacturing flexibility.

Why Attend!

  • Stay Ahead of the Curve: Stay updated on the latest trends and innovations shaping the future of manufacturing and learn how to stay ahead of the competition.​

 

  • Learn from Experts: Gain insights from industry leaders and Autodesk experts on leveraging digital technologies for manufacturing excellence.​

 

  • Networking Opportunities: Connect with peers, share experiences, and build relationships with fellow professionals in the manufacturing community.​

Register your place here

Meet the Autodesk Speaker

Asif Moghal

Asif studied industrial design at the University of Wales, before starting his professional journey to help entrepreneurs and manufacturers develop and bring to market innovative new products. These ranged from consumer goods to medical devices, to industrial equipment and the occasional perpetual motion machine.

As Autodesk’s Director for Market & Industry Development, he leads a collaborative initiative focused on the digital transformation of the industry and works alongside many inspiring SMEs that you might never have heard of. He also hosts a podcast for industry leaders called The Art of The Impossible featuring leaders from many of these inspirational companies.

He believes that digital transformation doesn’t have to be difficult, that people are the most important aspect of any transformation, and that design is equally as important as manufacturing.  But there’s a lot of hype, jargon and boundaries that need to be challenged along the way, and what industry needs is a clear vision of the future and a clear strategy to enable it.

When Asif isn’t helping manufacturing companies tackle digital challenges, he can be found trekking at high altitudes or tinkering with his campervan.

Future Focus​ – Workshops | Graitec - UK

Autodesk Research

Future Focus​ – Workshops | Graitec - UK

2024 State of Design & Make

Autodesk conducted a survey among leaders in the Design and Make sectors to uncover the primary drivers of change in 2024. In its annual 2024 State of Design & Make report, Autodesk now shares the insights gathered from these industry leaders.

For this year’s report, Autodesk surveyed and interviewed 5,399 industry leaders, futurists, and experts in the architecture, engineering, construction, and operations; design and manufacturing; and media and entertainment industries from countries around the globe. This report contains key findings from this research, including details at the sector and regional level.

Click here to read