It’s almost time for DEVELOP3D LIVE 2018, and this year we have another action-packed, one-day conference and exhibition – a fantastic line-up of 40 designers, engineers and software/hardware developers, presenting future technologies, all under one roof.
Conference sessions have been grouped into specific themes and as some sessions will run simultaneously, we recommend you bring your colleagues to make the most of the day.
Additive Manufacturing will focus on optimisation techniques and metals. Our Start-up and digital business track will give you tips on how to get a foot hold from folks
that have done it. We’ll explore how Data Management is changing in the cloud era and where things are heading. We have a whole track of Design Visualisation, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality – view all the tracks in full here.
LEADING DESIGNERS talk about their innovative approaches to product design and engineering including Hackrod CEO, Mouse McCoy on how his team is looking
to revolutionise how custom vehicles are built using arti cial intelligence and additive manufacturing. See page 46 for the line-up.
THE FUTURE OF 3D DESIGN includes presentations from the heads of all the major CAD software developers: Autodesk, SolidWorks, PTC, Siemens PLM, Onshape and solidThinking.
With over 70 exhibitors from the major 3D design and engineering technology vendors, through new start-ups, services, hardware manufacturers and materials specialists. See page 38 for a look at all the exhibiting companies and what they’ll be showing.
WMG (WARWICK MANUFACTURING GROUP) TOURS — This year WMG will be running tours of its manufacturing and design facilities at 11.00 and 12:30. Spaces are limited so sign up at reception on arrival.
LOOKING TO THE FUTURE
We’ll also be joined by Sarah Weir, Chief Executive of the Design Council who will discuss ‘Designing Our Future’ and look ahead to the post Brexit world.
So what are you waiting for – grab your ticket and join us on 20 March at Warwick University.
A final update on what to expect from this special one-day event on 20 March