Past Events

Connected Technology Solutions
Virtual Conference Schedule 2020-21

Connected Technology virtual conferences are free to attend – you simply need to register – and will deliver high-quality programmes that inform technical decision makers and enable them to deliver exceptional results.

26th October 2020

Living on the edge

October 26th – Living on the edge Centralised data centres consume a lot of energy, produce a lot of carbon emissions, and cause significant electronic waste. While data centres are seeing a positive trend towards using green energy, an even...

15th December 2020

Creating a connected enterprise with 5G for smart manufacturing

15th December – Creating a connected enterprise with 5G for smart manufacturing 5G IOT can extend Industry 4.0 across the supply chain. Manufacturers recognise the benefits that can be realised by extending the reach of the network beyond the factory...

26th January 2021

Why artificial intelligence is the game changer for manufacturing

26th January – Why artificial intelligence is the game changer for manufacturing Manufacturing is one of the main industries that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies to its fullest potential. Smart factories have major cuts in unexpected downtime and better design...

23rd February 2021

Unleashing productivity and profitability with big data and analytics

23rd February – Unleashing productivity and profitability with big data and analytics Big data analytics examines large amounts of data to uncover hidden patterns, correlations, and other insights. With today’s technology, it is possible to analyse your data and get...

2nd March 2021

Enhanced Reality for Industry

A deep dive into the benefits that enhanced reality – virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality – can offer the industrial world. Features insightful practical applications, the latest technology in both hardware and software, and business value examples. The...

23rd March 2021

Why modern manufacturing needs digital twins and the digital thread

23rd March – Why modern manufacturing needs digital twins and the digital thread One of the primary reasons digital twin technology is rapidly being adopted is there are multiple use cases across the industrial enterprise: engineering, manufacturing and operations, and maintenance and service. Digital...

27th April 2021

The attainable vision of smart factories in the fourth industrial revolution

27th April – The attainable vision of smart factories in the fourth industrial revolution Since the Industrial Revolution and the development of mass production through machinery, factories have made steady progress in how they automate the production of goods to...

25th May 2021

The tangible benefits of advanced maintenance and asset management

25th May – The tangible benefits of advanced maintenance and asset management Connected and fully digital asset management are quickly becoming a necessity in the industrial world: They enable organisations to easily manage, access and deliver real-time visibility of equipment,...

27th July 2021

Automation, robotics and the factory of the future

27th July – Automation, robotics and the factory of the future Cheaper, more capable, and more flexible technologies are accelerating the growth of fully automated production facilities. The key challenge for companies will be deciding how best to harness their...

24th August 2021

How IIOT and Industry 4.0 are changing manufacturing

24th August  – How IIOT and Industry 4.0 are changing manufacturing  Industry 4.0 is the application of technology to digitally transform how industrial companies operate. These technologies include the industrial IoT, automation and robotics, simulation, additive manufacturing, and analytics. Industry...