The Innovation Forum for Automation kicks off with digital event series from January – April, 2021
The Innovation Forum for Automation will be transformed into a series of digital events in the first four months of 2021.
Over the past 17 years, the Innovation Forum for Automation, organized by the Automation Network Dresden (AND), has earned a reputation of providing an excellent opportunity for networking and personal exchange between industry experts. Its member companies (Fabmatics, Kontron AIS, SYSTEMA and XENON) will continue on this path, however, the current situation requires a new approach: a completely digital event. Driven by increasing demand for automation the next steps are dedicated to creating an even more engaging virtual forum.
Hence, the Innovation Forum for Automation will be transformed into a series of digital events in the first four months of 2021. Each of the four partner will host one event, arranging it individually from the agenda up to the technical organization. The link tying it all together is the mission the AND is committed to: Keeping the community connected and up-to-date with new automation trends across high-tech industries and innovative projects.
And what do you get out of it?
A digital AND session every last Thursday of the month from January to April 2021. Each session will be packed with news from the world of automation, exciting insights into the hottest trend topics, and input, input, input.
You don’t want to miss this! Save these dates in your calendar:
SYSTEMA: January 28, 2021, 9am – 12pm CET
Datafication and Automation: The new Normal for Semiconductor Manufacturing
Fabmatics: February 25, 2021, 3 – 6pm CET
Forever Young: Automation Makeover Rejuvenates Golden Age Fabs
XENON: March 25, 2021
Details coming soon!
Kontron AIS: April 29, 2021
Details coming soon!
Please visit here for more information: dresden.and-innovation.de
About the Innovation Forum for Automation
This annual conference has been organized by the Automation Network Dresden (AND) from Germany since 2004. Its member companies (Fabmatics, Kontron AIS, SYSTEMA and XENON) are dedicated to bringing you the latest information on significant factory-automation projects as well as new automation technologies spanning various industries with a focus on semiconductor.
The event provides a platform for more than 300 international executives, managers, engineers and researchers to discuss the latest factory automation technology developments, challenges, and solutions.