B&R Industrial Automation Ltd, one of the world’s largest privately-owned industrial automation companies, has signed up to support the Automation Thought Leadership Network.
The free to join Automation Thought Leadership Network, part of The Manufacturer Thought Leadership Network, is the leading platform for manufacturers to discuss and learn about the key issues shaping the future of automation and robotics.
It offers an unrivalled peer-to-peer networking forum where manufacturers can interact with each other and gain valuable insight into the journeys others have had on their routes to investing in automation.
TM Smart Factory Expo
Nov 2-3, The NEC (Birmingham)
B&R Industrial Automation Ltd is exhibiting at The Manufacturer Smart Factory Expo, the UK’s only dedicated exhibition in response to Industry 4.0,
Showcasing the best solution providers and technology offerings, this unique FREE event is for manufacturing business leaders keen to adopt the relevant tools and knowledge to drive business growth.
- Learn about how Industry 4.0 can improve your business
- Discover new, more cost-effective solutions to existing processes
- Hear how other manufacturers are dealing with the fourth industrial revolution
- Network with new suppliers, customers and business partners
- Compare solutions across every product sector
- Watch live demonstrations of the latest products & how they integrate with each other
- Arrange face-to-face appointments with key suppliers
- Uncover new ideas and insights to grow your business
Chair of the Automation Thought Leadership Network, Adrian Sell explained: “Companies who are unfamiliar with the range, capability and simplicity of automation, need to know what options are available, in order to grow.
“Automation needs to rise to board level in companies of all sizes, where the capital equipment could make a profound difference to winning contracts.
“This is why I am delighted that B& R Industrial Automation has joined the network. Its world renowned expertise in providing innovative solutions for the automation industry will greatly enhance the network and compliments, perfectly, the many illustrious partners already in network.”
As well as peer-to-peer interaction the network also offers manufacturers access to a varied range of automation companies and experts, such as B&R, who can offer advice, insight, updates and information on the latest developments in technology, alongside real world case studies, leadership articles, insights, primary research and face-to-face engagement at network events throughout the year.
Nicholas Temple, marketing manager, UK & I at B&R Industrial Automation Ltd, commented: “The Automation Thought Leadership Network is the voice of industrial automation for the UK.
“As members, we are happy to contribute our innovative perspective to shaping that voice and help the boardroom of manufacturers improve their productivity and competitiveness across all industrial markets.“