19th - 20th October 2016 | Ricoh Arena | Coventry
The Engineering Design Show is the UK’s must-attend event for engineering, electronics and embedded design. Successful design is always evolving and improving and EDS is no different. Now in its fifth year, the show in 2016 offers you a fully immersive experience of innovation, inspiration, interaction and insight.
If you’ve attended before, join us for a renewed experience alongside all the great features you’ve come to expect. If this is your first time visiting the show we look forward to welcoming you to the EDS experience.
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5 YEARS | 15,000 VISITORS | 1000 EXHIBITORS 95 CONFERENCE SPEAKERS | 200 PRACTICAL WORKSHOPS
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Published: 26 July 2016
The Manufacturing Technology Centre will be identifying the opportunities & challenges of additive manufacturing as part of a superb two-day conference programme at EDS at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena on 19-20 October 2016.
Published: 20 July 2016
JCB will provide exclusive insight into their innovation process as part of a superb two-day conference programme at EDS at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena on 19-20 October 2016. ‘JCB - A story of innovation’ will be the subject for JCB Chief Innovation & Growth Officer Tim Burnhope in the keynote session of the Eureka Conference.
The publications that make EDS possible
Engineering Materials provides its audience of engineering design, production, and purchasing readers with the latest news, applications, innovations and developments from around the world. It highlights the latest advances and potential of new materials and materials processing.
For 30 years, Eureka has been synonymous with engineering innovation and technology transfer, constantly evolving to suit the times and to deliver its readers and advertisers a market leading brand that doesn't just begin and end with a paper product.
Electronic design engineers are an extremely important decision-making audience. However they are difficult to reach and incredibly hard to influence, yet New Electronics has been doing just that for more than 40 years.
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