SMAS Future Manufacturing Conference 2017

25 October 2017

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Sally Russell from Entrust People attended the SMAS Future Manufacturing Conference 2017 - Focus of the day was Industry 4.0 and the changes this will bring.  

Very insightful discussions had throughout the day and lots of opportunity to gain different perspectives and solutions for businesses from SME through to Corporate.

As well as listening to key speakers from SMAS, Natwest, SE, SIEMENS and the High Speed Sustainable Manufacturing Institute, all giving an informative insight into how smart manufacturing can give businesses the competitive edge no matter what size or profile. Meet the expert sessions where one on one advice was available for those with questions on the day. There was also the opportunity to join focus groups hosted by Sarah Jardine of Optos, John Scott Of Life Scan and Wayne Thomson of Technip.  All giving different examples of how they are using innovation and process currently and adopting initiatives towards Industry 4.0.

Lots of exhibitors in the Technology Centre, demonstrating how their products can assist organisations with the Industry 4.0 revolution.  From Additive Manufacturing, Automation/Robotics, Digitalisation and  Data Management to name a few. 

Overall it gave plenty of food for thought and from a recruitment perspective, Entrust People will certainly be looking to assist organisations in advising and consulting with the increased skills demand, upskilling current workforce and retaining key employees when market demand increases.

Looking forward to SMAS 2018


I had a better experience with Paramita at the Chat Support on HP's support site. I contacted her at 1114 a.m. with the same question, and she also asked for remote access to my laptop. After granting her access, she quickly pulled up the Control Panel, located the Bang & Olufsen panel and correctly adjusted the settings.
Posted on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 07:18 by Printer Support
The experience was hinky as the connection kept dropping out, which forced me to quickly type my questions.. The situation became so bad that a phone tech had to call me and help me establish another connection.
Posted on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 07:17 by Printer Support

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