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From April 25th to 27th, HSD will participate as a speaker at the Digital Manufacturing Industrial Summit (DMIS), in Valencia (Spain).

The event is organized by the Universitat Politècnica de València and Uninova, and it is promoted by the European Union and Zero Defect Manufacturing Platform (ZDMP), of which HSD has been part since 2019.

DMIS will connect industry, manufacturers, technology developers, academics, researchers, and policy makers in a unique, cross-cutting discussion, co-operation, and networking forum, with presentations and exhibits from research and industry. With a broad range of highly relevant keynotes and themes for Digital Manufacturing, it will provide increased networking and co-operation opportunities.

The summit will cover topical themes including zero defects and data quality, digital platforms and marketplaces, robotics and AI, and industrial sustainability and resilience.

The EU is world’s biggest exporter of manufactured goods and is renowned as a market leader for the production of high-quality products. Manufacturing is the backbone of the European economy providing employment, empowering efficiency, sustainability, and resilience, and innovating ideas that impact all of us. Thus, it is essential that Europe retains and supports its manufacturing industry in all areas, whilst at the same time empowering industry to maximize advantage from new concepts, the latest innovations, and cutting-edge research.

Industry 4.0, 5.0, and “Made in Europe” are key concepts framing the European manufacturing landscape, but what do they mean in practice and how are these concepts shaping the present and the future of manufacturing? There are challenges in further unlocking industrial Big Data and moving from Industry 4.0 to 5.0 whilst working for a greener, more human-centric and more efficient industry. Questions remain over the expectations for digital quality and ethical AI in this context. Also, what part will cross-border manufacturing data spaces play? What significance will enabling technologies have (e.g. digital platforms, blockchain technologies, cobots/robots…)? Where will Digital Twins be positioned in the real-world transition to greener, more human-centric manufacturing?

DMIS provides a networking conference of three strands and exhibits, as well as social events, to explore these and many other questions by linking industry, technology, and research together, by examining the latest interpretations of the underpinning concepts and strategic directions, and by understanding how others have already benefited.

Registration is free at: ,where progressively you can find details of the keynotes, themes, presentations, exhibitors, social opportunities, and venue.