Steelmakers are constantly looking to improve the efficiency of their production processes and are relying upon increasingly sophisticated digital technologies to streamline their operations.
In such a fast-moving world, characterised by complex Internet-based manufacturing systems, Future Steel Forum 2018 is a must-attend event for steel professionals who want to unravel the mysteries and get to grips with the complexities of Industry 4.0.
Future Steel Forum takes place on 6-7 June 2018 at the Sheraton Warsaw Hotel, Poland. This global steel technology conference will draw upon the unrivalled expertise of steel industry professionals, production technologists and academics to create an event designed specifically for steelmakers seeking a greater understanding of 'smart manufacturing'.
Delegates can expect ground-breaking papers on Industry 4.0 and associated 'disruptive' technologies that are affecting industry generally and steel production in particular.
Register online to subscribe to the Future Steel Forum membership package which will include a subscription to Steel Times International, the Steel Times International Directory, relevant news alerts and admission to the Future Steel Forum, 6-7 June, Sheraton Warsaw Hotel, Warsaw, Poland.
Included in the delegate fee is the Networking Dinner which will take place on Wednesday 6 June. This intimate gathering provides a perfect opportunity to interact with all delegates, speakers and exhibitors attending the event.
Please note: the conference fees will also be subject to value added tax where applicable.
We are also offering a group block booking discount rate for five delegates or more. A block booking will receive a 20% discount for each pass. Please contact Sophie Wright if you would like to take advantage of this offer.
"Future Steel Forum provides a very good networking opportunity with a high level audience. Definitely worth attending.” Elena Samuylova, Yandex Data Factory
“It is a great place to share ideas related to Industry 4.0 and to create a good network of colleagues.” Antonio Gayo, Acerinox
“All of the presentations were very well prepared but I especially enjoyed the talks by Fives.” Heiko Wolf, PSI
“Future Steel Forum brought together an interesting group of participants and lectures which included specialised information and discussions for the ‘big topic of Industry 4.0’ especially within the steel industry.” Soren Klein, Swiss Steel AG
"Future Steel Forum was well organised, situated in a good location and and focused on a very relevant topic." Chris Oswin, Materials Processing Institute
"I would recommend this event to others as an excellent path to gaining a greater understanding of the range of topics which may be included under the "IoT / Industry 4.0" umbrella." Jim Trexel, TMEIC
"As an outsider, it gave me a very good insight into current trends in the steel industry." Chris Hankin, Professor at Imperial College London
"The goal of Industry 4.0 is the digital penetration of industrial business fields in order to improve the efficiency of production processes. People, machines and manufactured parts that are involved in this process all become interlinked. An additional factor apart from this interconnection is artificial intelligence. This allows intelligent networks to be created within which machines will learn and optimise themselves in the future. Humans participate in these networks. This allows them to access information about their machines and parts regardless of time and location, assess situations, and intervene where necessary."
Dr Hohnhaus, Bystronic.