Here’s a chance for engineering professionals to catch up on technology developments from leaders in manufacturing, packaging, and 3D printing. At no charge. Whether it’s the technology to meet packaging regulations or implantable materials and pharmaceutics, speakers will reveal bleeding-edge developments.
Informa Markets – Engineering will present Virtual Engineering Days, an all-new digital conference and exposition for those in plastics, packaging, and manufacturing. Conference speakers will present breaking technology from motors on Mars to sustainable manufacturing. Suppliers will also be on hand to discuss their technology advances.
The digital event runs from June 15 to 17. It features more than 30 free content sessions across four tracks – 3D printing; Sustainability; Plastics, Processing & Materials; and Smart Manufacturing and Robotics. A robust showcase of suppliers will span the Pack, Plastec, Automation Technology, and Design & Manufacturing event brands. The event includes a bonus track on packaging education for the booming cannabis market presented by the Cannabis Packaging Summit and Packaging Digest.
To tune in to the event, both attendees and press can register here.
Virtual Engineering Days aligns with Informa’s efforts to provide the manufacturing community more opportunities for education and connection via both virtual and in-person offerings. Following a successful Virtual Engineering Week event on November 30 through December 4, 2020, Virtual Engineering Days will be the second digital event offered ahead of the upcoming Informa Markets Engineering West event, which takes place August 10-12 in Anaheim, CA.
“We are thrilled to offer another touchpoint for professionals to gain valuable education on timely topics as well as meet and network with innovative suppliers from across the nation at Virtual Engineering Days,” said Suzanne Deffree, Group Event Director at Informa Markets – Engineering. “We look forward to bringing crucial education on trends and technologies impacting a broad spectrum of manufacturers.”