SMART Group to Host Industry 4.0 Webinar


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SMART Group, Europe’s largest technical trade association focusing on surface mount and related technologies, announces that it will host the Webinar “Industry 4.0 Is Coming!” on Tuesday, 19th January 2016, from 14.30-16.00 UK time.

Presented by Phillip Stoten of Scoop Communications for the SMART Group, the Webinar will explore basic principles of Industry 4.0, the terms and language around it, and how it will impact various parts of the business from quality to yield and eventually to bottom line profitability and competitiveness in the market. Additionally, different regional terms around automation, such as Internet of Manufacturing (IoM) and Made in China 2025 will be discussed during the first part of the Webinar.

The second half of the Webinar will discuss the process and elements that are required to make a successful deployment and how to start the journey to an Industry 4.0-enabled enterprise. Every journey starts with a single step and attendees will explore the initial steps that can be taken and what to watch out for when planning a more automated facility.

The webinar will last approximately 60-90 minutes plus questions and the price is £65 + VAT for SMART Group members and £85 + VAT for non-members. Before booking, and to get the best out of your webinar experience, please click here to read the smart-e-webinar guide.

Contact Paula Muller, Business Manager, SMART Group at +44 (0) 2084322741 or 07504 231575 to reserve your space or email info@smartgroup.org.  Payment can be made via BACS or credit/debit card.

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