The Machining 4.0 project launch took place during the National Manufacturing and Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition in the Citywest Exhibition Centre in Dublin on 17 January 2019. The event represented the largest annual one day gathering of key decision makers for the food, pharmaceutical, medical, life sciences, engineering, electronics and supply chain sector. Over 3,000 delegates attended to hear from leading experts on topics including Brexit, Smart Factory, Lean, Skills & Training, Procurement, Health & Safety and Clean Room.
Machining 4.0 had an exhibition stand at the displaying information about the projects. Project partners were available at the stand during the day to provide discuss the project with interested parties. During the morning project co-ordinator Bart Verlinden from Sirrus gave a short talk on Human-centered and digitized manufacturing to shorten leadtime.Further details can be found here http://www.manufacturingevent.com/speakers/
The Machining 4.0 project was formally launched by Andrew Lynch, Chief Innovation an Network Officer at project partner IMR.