The 13th edition of the Advanced Engineering exhibition takes place this November and FourJaw is delighted to announce we'll be showcasing our Machine Monitoring software (smart technology) at the show for the first time.
The Advanced Engineering exhibition 2022 (taking place on the 2nd & 3rd of November at the NEC, Birmingham) will once again be celebrating the innovation, collaboration and sustainability within the engineering and manufacturing industries.
Engineering professionals from all sectors can network, learn and discover innovative new solutions and suppliers from the engineering supply chain across two action-packed days.
The event is split across seven 'show zones' and FourJaw will be located on stand G80 in the 'Connected Manufacturing' zone.
The importance of Smart technology in Manufacturing
As manufacturing businesses face the triple pressures of rising energy costs, supply chain challenges, and a widespread skills gap across the sector, every efficiency gain counts – large or small.
Connected Manufacturing looks at bringing suppliers and customers together to showcase the important role smart technologies play (Industry 4.0) to ensure manufacturers evolve and keep up with the ever more complex and evolving landscape.
As history has shown us, the manufacturing sector is no stranger to evolution. From the first moving assembly line to the arrival of Industry 4.0, the shop floor has become a more complex world and manufacturers have had to adapt equipment, teams, systems, and processes to maintain the smooth running of production lines and achieve maximum efficiencies.
FourJaw Machine monitoring software is 'one' of those smart technologies, that's playing a vital role in opening up technology to be more affordable and accessible to factories of all sizes, especially SME factories that in the past would be unable to afford the time and money required to install traditional machine monitoring software solutions on their production machines.
Register for the Advanced Engineering Show
Can't make Advanced Engineering? We'll also be at the Smart Factory Expo in Liverpool which takes place on the 16th and 17th of November.
If your diary doesn't allow you the time to attend one of the industry's shows, but you're like the 74% of manufacturers looking to make an investment to boost productivity at your factory in 2023, you can book a demo to find out how our machine monitoring platform is enabling manufacturers of all sizes, improve productivity, gain capacity and drive profitability.