What’s New in Electronics Live – update
This month (25 to 26 September) What’s New in Electronics Live will take place at the NEC, Birmingham, UK, headed by a strong Industry Forum Zone, where Michael Ford, European marketing director at Aegis Software Corporation, will deliver a keynote entitled Fast-track Industry 4.0: Introducing Connected Factory eXchange and The Hermes Standard.
What’s New in Electronics Live covers the entire spectrum of the electronics industry, with dedicated conferences and exhibition opportunities for the embedded software and EMC industries, as well as electronics manufacturing.
Ford will present his keynote at 9.45am on Tuesday 25 September.
In other highlights of the electronics industry event, customers and vendors can enjoy ‘a unique and immersive experience that makes it easy for them to meet the right people, make connections, network, and increase business productivity’, says the organiser, WNIE Live.
Also taking place with the Industry Forum Zone will be the Female Leaders in Tech Everywhere (FLITE) Networking Lunch (Tuesday 25th September 11am – 1pm). This will include a keynote presentation by leadership expert Alison Reid (Confidence: How to have more of it so you can unleash your potential). The event is free and visitors can register to attend to secure a place by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, although walk-ins on the day will be admitted.
On the afternoon of Tuesday 25th September and all day during Wednesday 26th September, there will be WNIE TV Roundtables. The schedule includes Obsolescence, Mergers & Acquisitions, IoT Security, Brexit: how will it affect manufacturing, distribution, engineering and business?, Smart factory evolution, Industry 4.0, AI and the operator and Industry 4.0 values and trends.
These exclusive roundtable sessions will feature leading industry panellists deliberating on the key industry issues.
The WNIE Live visitor badge will also provide free access to all events running in conjunction with WNIE Live: Embedded Live, EMC, Sensors & Instrumentation and TCT – there is no need to re-register.
All events are free to attend. To secure a place, organisers advise registering now at http://wnielive.com/ems/registration.html?evregtype=bea0dd31-eb39-49a7-97ba-e473d462f7d0&%3bsrc=ONLINE