Your sneak preview – what’s on at the UK’s biggest design event?
27 July 2017The Engineering Design Show is the UK’s biggest event entirely dedicated to engineering, electronics and embedded design – taking place from 18-19 October at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry. Here’s a sneak preview on what you can expect this year…
Look out for world-class speakers and leading brands providing powerful content and insights into the future of engineering design including:
- UK Space Agency - LaunchUK: Opportunities in space for design engineers
- Lenovo - How Virtual Reality can be used in design engineering
- Autodesk – Hacking the future of design using VR and 3D printing
- Mentor, A Siemens Business - Best Practices for PCB Systems Design Success
- Nano-Dimension – Transforming Electronics with 3D Printing
- Harman Connected Services - Key trends driving the evolution of the In Vehicle experience
Learn new skills at high-quality workshops presenting new design solutions and discussing the trends driving design engineering forward, including:
- AKRO-PLASTIC - Enhanced direct bonding of plastic to metals using plasma technology
- Zuken - Strategies to address EMC issues when designing PCBs
- Digilent – Embedded applications used in the design of a rock-paper-scissors robotic arm
- Solid State Supplies - Wireless technologies available for your IoT products
- CST – Electromagnetic and structural simulation tools for wearable electronic devices
The full conference and workshop programme will be released shortly.
The Future Zone
Take part in hands-on demonstrations of the latest engineering design tools in the Future Zone.
This year features a cutting-edge desktop Virtual Reality engineering design systems from Lenovo alongside a PCB 3D printer featuring nanotechnology, and conductive and dielectric inks specifically for PCB designers
Find the solution to a design dilemma or discover new supply chain partners from more than 200 suppliers in design components and services
Book your free ticket online today at www.engineeringdesignshow.co.uk/register