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Global Automotive Components and Suppliers Expo 21 - 23 May, 2019

Category: Exhibition
Location: Hall C2, Messe Stuttgart, Germany
Tier 1, 2 and 3 automotive component manufacturers from around the world will be at the expo to display their very latest technologies and products. Plus numerous other exhibitors will be on hand to discuss how they can participate in cost reduction within supply chains, and how they can offer new, alternative, cost-effective manufacturing and supply solutions.

Furthermore, international associations, pavilions and specialist components manufacturers will be participating from as far afield as Korea, China, Thailand, India, Greece, Hungary, Portugal, the UK and the USA, so this is a truly global supplier-sourcing opportunity in one compact location.
CWIEME Berlin 21 - 23 May, 2019

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Location: Messe Berlin
The world’s largest event dedicated to coil winding, electric motors, transformers and generators.
For over 24 years, the CWIEME exhibition and conference has been at the forefront of the global electric motor, generator, transformers and EV market. This world-renowned event provides the largest platform to showcase the latest high-end products/ solutions and thought-leaders focused on electric motors, transformers and generators (EMTG) technologies across three regions – EMEA, Asia and Americas.
CWIEME Berlin is the leading event for the supply chain of EMEA’s coil winding, electric motor, generator and transformer industry with a manufacturing volume of around 100 billion dollars. Located in the heart of European manufacturing, CWIEME also plays a central role in showcasing the world’s largest range of components, materials, and technologies for automotive and e-mobility applications. www.coilwindingexpo.com/Berlin. CWIEME is a division of ITE Group PLC.
IR for Electrical Applications - Webinar 31 May, 2019

Category: Organisation Event
To make it as easy as possible for would-be thermographers to deepen their understanding of the science behind infrared inspection and apply it successfully in their working lives, FLIR Systems’ Infrared Training Centre (ITC) has extended its training options.

As well as its BINDT-accredited Category I, II and III courses and application-specific taster sessions, ITC has introduced a programme of webinars. These online tutorials are running throughout the year, cover a variety of subjects and are designed to prepare delegates for further in-depth study and qualification.

Each webinar starts at 10:00 hrs, occupies 30 minutes and is hosted by Jon Willis, the ITC Training Manager, who also conducts the post-tutorial question and answer session.
Subcon Show 04 - 06 June, 2019

Category: Exhibition
Location: NEC Birmingham
Subcon, Advanced Manufacturing Show and The Engineer Expo come together in 2019 to deliver a unique and relevant event for the manufacturing and engineering industry. Bringing the best suppliers, latest innovations and practical advice to help build new partnerships and optimise business strategies

All visitors will benefit from free access to all three events.
How To Make Steam Work For You - BG01 Second Edition Launch Event 04 - 05 June, 2019

Category: Organisation Event
Location: Eastwood Park Training Centre Falfield, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire, GL12 8DA
Contact: info@cea.org.uk
This new two-day conference covers many aspects of steam system design, safety, efficiency, technical risk assessment, and the legal compliance that delegates have asked for. Day 2 is covering some of these topics in more depth hence there are work streams you can sign up for.
BlueTech Forum 2019 05 - 06 June, 2019

Category: Organisation Event
Location: Kew Gardens, London
Contact phone: +353 21 233 9380
Contact: Sarah Condon
BlueTech Forum 2019: Driving Value in a Resource Revolution
5-6 June 2019
Kew Gardens, London, UK

The 10th annual BlueTech Forum will take place in London on 5-6 June 2019. The theme for 2019 is Driving Value in a Resource Revolution and will explore technologies, applications and business models that can lead to greater water efficiency, reduced carbon-based energy consumption and provide valuable materials for industry, agriculture and communities.

BlueTech Forum is the premier event in water innovation and is hosted by BlueTech Research, a specialised market intelligence company that tracks water sector technologies and market trends globally. The venue is in the stunning landscape of Kew Gardens, which boasts the largest and most diverse botanical collection in the world.

This high-level event brings together large corporate water users, utilities & municipalities, industrial end users, small water technology companies, investors, academics and research institutes. BlueTech Forum has a strong track record of attracting sustainability champions from global corporate leaders including GlaxoSmithKline, Procter & Gamble, Nestle, L'Oreal, Unilever, Walmart, Microsoft and Google.

Utilities already confirmed for 2019 are Severn Trent Water, Southern Water, Metro Vancouver, Irish Water and Welsh Water,

BlueTech Forum 2019 offers a rich interactive event where companies and utilities from across the world share the water challenges facing their businesses, the communities they serve along with the solutions required. Delegates will also hear from developers of value-led solutions and technologies carefully selected by BlueTech Research’s expert analysts.

Stay ahead of the market – Register now for BlueTech Forum

Registration is now open. Please visit www.BlueTechForum.com for more information.
The Energy Solutions Show 05 June, 2019

Category: Organisation Event
Location: Millennium Point, Birmingham
The Energy Solutions Show is a new event for 2019. Building on the heritage of the highly successful Energy Live Future, this new event will look at the best solutions out there for energy users today.

We will look at everything from efficiency to energy storage, procurement to sustainability and much more. Grid balancing and lighting, waste to energy and heat to transport. This and much more including our Disrupt Hut!! All will be revealed…

So, if you have an energy or sustainability issue and are looking for advice, networking or a practical answer come to The Energy Solutions Show on June 5th at Millennium Point, Birmingham.
2019 UKIVA Machine Vision Conference and Exhibition 06 June, 2019

Category: Exhibition
Location: Marshall Arena, Milton Keynes
Over 50 seminars and exhibitors from the world’s leading industrial vision companies
Access vision technology engineers
Learn how machine vision solutions can improve your process
Noise Awareness One Day Training Course 11 June, 2019

Category: Organisation Event
Location: Birmingham Science Museum
Find out everything you need to know about measuring and managing workplace noise from Noise Experts for 50 Years, Pulsar Instruments.
Their one day Noise Awareness training courses are for anyone responsible for the health and safety of employees under the Noise at Work Regulations. The focus is on helping people understand the issues relating to the legislation, measurement and control of noise in their workplace. The course is suitable for anyone new to noise measurements or those in need of a refresher.
The next course is on 11 June at the Birmingham Science Museum and New for 2019, now includes training material on Audiometric Testing in the workplace from guest presenters, Workscreen.
Facilities Show 2019 18 - 20 June, 2019

Category: Exhibition
Location: ExCeL London,
Put your business in front of more than 12,000 FM professionals and a further 34,000 buyers from security, health & safety and fire safety.
THERMPROCESS 2019 25 - 29 June, 2019

Category: Exhibition
Location: Düsseldorf, Germany
As the world’s most important trade fair in the industry, the THERMPROCESS uncovers all of the issues surrounding industrial thermo processing plants.

Heat technology, environmental and resource preservation or energy efficiency: If you want to be actively involved in shaping the future of thermo process technology, then THERMPROCESS 2019 is a must.
The Big Bang Fair East Midlands 27 June, 2019

Category: Organisation Event
Location: Derby Arena
Young people from across the East Midlands will come together to find out about career opportunities in disciplines involving science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) as the annual event moves to Derby Arena in June.
The Big Bang Fair East Midlands, part of the Engineering UK national programme to encourage young people into careers in STEM, will increase event participation from 2,000 to 3,000 school children and home educators as a result of the move to its new home on Pride Park in Derby.
The event, set for 27th June 2019, aims to be bigger and more elaborate than ever before, as the push to drive career inspiration into the landscape of East Midlands schools is ever stronger, with Engineering UK reporting that 203,000 roles requiring engineering skills are needed to be filled annually through to 2024.
Chemical Plant Commissioning 03 - 05 July, 2019

Category: Training
Location: Weetwood Hall, Leeds
Contact phone: 0113 343 2494
Contact: Harriet Wills
This course deals with the commissioning and start up of both large and small process plants, the start up of small plants with an emphasis on the technical problems and also dealing with the documentation associated with commissioning. Typically we find that those attending will be about to embark on their first significant commissioning role and have come to learn from the wide experiences of the course presenters, all of whom have been involved with start ups themselves. There will be substantial emphasis on tutorial exercises in both commissioning and pre-commissioning.
IR for Building Applications - Webinar 06 September, 2019

Category: Organisation Event
To make it as easy as possible for would-be thermographers to deepen their understanding of the science behind infrared inspection and apply it successfully in their working lives, FLIR Systems’ Infrared Training Centre (ITC) has extended its training options.

As well as its BINDT-accredited Category I, II and III courses and application-specific taster sessions, ITC has introduced a programme of webinars. These online tutorials are running throughout the year, cover a variety of subjects and are designed to prepare delegates for further in-depth study and qualification.

Each webinar starts at 10:00 hrs, occupies 30 minutes and is hosted by Jon Willis, the ITC Training Manager, who also conducts the post-tutorial question and answer session.
DSEI 2019 10 - 13 September, 2019

Category: Exhibition
Location: ExCeL London,
DSEI 2019 will for the first time host a Manufacturing Hub to highlight the vital contribution that tier 2, tier 3 and tier 4 manufacturers make to the UK defence industry.

With an area dedicated to manufacturing excellence, DSEI 2019 will provide an opportunity for suppliers to penetrate the defence sector and strengthen their relationships within industry, including with the prime contractors that rely on their skills and technology to deliver complex equipment programmes. The Hub will be sponsored by the Manufacturing Technology Centre, a UK organisation established to bridge the gap between university-based research and the development of innovative manufacturing solutions, in line with the Government’s manufacturing strategy. The MTC is part the High Value Manufacturing Catapult, supported by Innovate UK.

Andy Barnes, Associate Director for Defence and Security at the Manufacturing Technology Centre, said: “We are delighted to sponsor the Manufacturing Hub at DSEI 2019 and look forward to showcasing how we can help the defence sector and its supply chain modernise processes, generate efficiencies and improve productivity through new technology.”
Smart Industry Conference: Automotive 12 September, 2019

Category: Organisation Event
Location: National Conference Centre, Birmingham
The newly launched Smart Industry series of Conferences: Demystifying the jargon: How to make the digitalisation transition will address and unravel the vast array of conflicting information around 4IR, discussing the practicalities, technologies and issues surrounding transition and implementation of digitalisation in manufacturing across key market sectors in clear and concise language.

Digitalisation presents huge opportunities for British manufacturing over the next decade. However in the UK there is an enormous information vacuum, and many SMEs need urgent guidance in clear and concise language in order to prepare for this transformation, so as not to be left behind their global competitors.

Therefore the conferences’ main aim is to provide a practical, jargon-free opportunity to those starting out on the digital transformation process, to experience a complete smart roadmap, highlighting the incremental stages of the 4IR journey covering all aspect of the digital transformation.

Aimed at the drivers of UK manufacturing SME’s, each Smart Industry Conference will uniquely focus on sector specific issues in Food & Drink; Automotive; and Aerospace sectors.

Speakers with practical experience of introducing a digitalisation strategy will provide a fascinating and clear-cut insight into the issues facing our industry now, using real life case study examples.

Smart Industry Conferences are organised by DFA Media Ltd, market leaders in publishing and events in the automation, smart manufacturing, motion and control, engineering, technology, and maintenance sectors.

Smart Industry Conference dates:

Automotive

12th September 2019

Advanced Manufacturing Training Centre, (MTC), Coventry

Aerospace

6th November 2019

The Bristol Hotel, Bristol

For further information please contact: stuart.humphrey@dfamedia.co.uk or visit www.smartmachinesandfactories.com
IMHX 2019 24 - 27 September, 2019

Category: Exhibition
Location: NEC Birmingham
The International Materials Handling Exhibition 2019 (IMHX 2019) takes place at the NEC, Birmingham, on the 24-27 September 2019.
Jointly owned by Informa Exhibitions and the British Industrial Truck Association (BITA), IMHX is the largest and longest running event in the UK for the logistics and supply chain industries.
IMHX is held every three years and takes place across four halls of the National Exhibition Centre. It features over 400 exhibitors who, between them, occupy more than 376,000 square feet of exhibition space.
IMHX 2019 is sponsored by Investec Asset Finance plc.
IR for Building Applications - Webinar 04 October, 2019

Category: Organisation Event
To make it as easy as possible for would-be thermographers to deepen their understanding of the science behind infrared inspection and apply it successfully in their working lives, FLIR Systems’ Infrared Training Centre (ITC) has extended its training options.

As well as its BINDT-accredited Category I, II and III courses and application-specific taster sessions, ITC has introduced a programme of webinars. These online tutorials are running throughout the year, cover a variety of subjects and are designed to prepare delegates for further in-depth study and qualification.

Each webinar starts at 10:00 hrs, occupies 30 minutes and is hosted by Jon Willis, the ITC Training Manager, who also conducts the post-tutorial question and answer session.
Smart Industry Conference: Aerospace 06 October, 2019

Category: Organisation Event
Location: The Bristol Hotel, Bristol
The newly launched Smart Industry series of Conferences: Demystifying the jargon: How to make the digitalisation transition will address and unravel the vast array of conflicting information around 4IR, discussing the practicalities, technologies and issues surrounding transition and implementation of digitalisation in manufacturing across key market sectors in clear and concise language.

Digitalisation presents huge opportunities for British manufacturing over the next decade. However in the UK there is an enormous information vacuum, and many SMEs need urgent guidance in clear and concise language in order to prepare for this transformation, so as not to be left behind their global competitors.

Therefore the conferences’ main aim is to provide a practical, jargon-free opportunity to those starting out on the digital transformation process, to experience a complete smart roadmap, highlighting the incremental stages of the 4IR journey covering all aspect of the digital transformation.

Aimed at the drivers of UK manufacturing SME’s, each Smart Industry Conference will uniquely focus on sector specific issues in Food & Drink; Automotive; and Aerospace sectors.

Speakers with practical experience of introducing a digitalisation strategy will provide a fascinating and clear-cut insight into the issues facing our industry now, using real life case study examples.

Smart Industry Conferences are organised by DFA Media Ltd, market leaders in publishing and events in the automation, smart manufacturing, motion and control, engineering, technology, and maintenance sectors.

Smart Industry Conference dates:








Aerospace

6th November 2019

The Bristol Hotel, Bristol

For further information please contact: stuart.humphrey@dfamedia.co.uk or visit www.smartmachinesandfactories.com

24 - 27 September, 2019




The CPA Conference 17 October, 2019

Category: Organisation Event
Location: Heart of England Conference and Events Centre in Fillongley near Coventry
The Construction Plant-hire Association (CPA) has announced that this year’s CPA Conference will take place on Thursday 17th October 2019 at the Heart of England Conference and Events Centre in Fillongley near Coventry.

The CPA Conference is a one-day event organised by the CPA, the leading trade association for the plant hire sector in the UK. The CPA has over 1,600 members who supply 85% of hired plant to the construction industry. The sector generates over £4 billion and invests £1.3 billion in new equipment each year.

This will be the fifth year that the CPA Conference has been held and it has become an essential entry in the calendar for senior figures in the plant hire industry. The Conference will comprise a full programme of speakers, and delegates will also have the opportunity to visit a number of exhibition stands from participating exhibitors.
IR Thermography Basics - Webinar 08 November, 2019

Category: Organisation Event
To make it as easy as possible for would-be thermographers to deepen their understanding of the science behind infrared inspection and apply it successfully in their working lives, FLIR Systems’ Infrared Training Centre (ITC) has extended its training options.

As well as its BINDT-accredited Category I, II and III courses and application-specific taster sessions, ITC has introduced a programme of webinars. These online tutorials are running throughout the year, cover a variety of subjects and are designed to prepare delegates for further in-depth study and qualification.

Each webinar starts at 10:00 hrs, occupies 30 minutes and is hosted by Jon Willis, the ITC Training Manager, who also conducts the post-tutorial question and answer session.