This year, Automatik presents a particularly strong conference program that has the comprehensive digitization of the industry as the major theme.
Together with the fair's partners, this exciting conference program will address the industry's most topical issues.
To secure your place at the conferences, it is a good idea to pre-register.
All conferences but two are in Danish. The two conferences in English are presented here:
by Mark Bunger, Research Director, Lux Research
Manufacturing is in major transition: high quality is commonplace, mass production no longer offers a cost advantage, and each factory must produce multiple kinds of products. Product life cycles will shrink from decades to months, and the number of competitors for any given category will increase by orders of magnitude.
The drivers of this transition range from Autodesk’s easy to access CAD software and design libraries, to Maker Faire and Techshop scaling up entrepreneurial inventions, to companies like Local Motors and Otherlab collaborating with corporations on 3-D printed cars, soft robots, and other transformative technologies.
Mark Bunger is an international profile in the space of future manufacturing having worked to implement manufacturing strategies for a variety of producing industries from automotive to biotech. Mark is often used by media such as CNN and CNBC on topics around new technologies on the factory floor.
by Juan Carlos Velten, CEO Zealmark
For several decades, the thinking that is now revolutionizing manufacturing has come from a small stretch of land known as Silicon Valley. Here, new technologies are not just transforming the way we produce but the very way we think. He works to build brands from startups, working with some of the Valleys most prolific investors.
Juan Carlos Velten has worked with iconic Silicon Valley brands and personalities like Elon Musk and offers an unforgettable insight into what makes the SIlicon Valley mindset and why it has such an impact on your business and your thinking. He has a background from Harvard Business School and has held managing positions with companies like Proctor&Gamble and Silicon Valley Grahpics.