What to Expect from the Digital Twin & Smart Manufacturing Summit 2023


Are you a tech professional looking to network with other industry professionals and stay current on the latest developments in all things digital twin and smart manufacturing? Then the Digital Twin & Smart Manufacturing Summit 2023, happening on April 27th and 28th in Munich, Germany, is where you might want to be. The event brings together experts from across the globe who are passionate about advancing their knowledge of both the world of digital twins as well as all the latest from the realm of smart manufacturing. Learn more about what this event will have to offer – from keynote presentations given by prestigious speakers, interactive discussion of relevant topics in the field today, vendor showcases allowing attendees to explore new tools and technologies first-hand.

What can the attendees expect?

Attendees of the Digital Twin & Smart Manufacturing Summit will be able to immerse themselves in expert-led discussions about the future of technology. They will gain insight into innovative practices and promising new tech solutions from real-world application use cases.

Digital Twin and Smart Manufacturing Summit 2023 Munich
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On top of that, attendees can network and collaborate with like-minded professionals from around the globe, while exploring the latest developments in digital twins technology.

Who will be speaking?

Are you excited to learn from the industry experts who are speaking at the Digital Twin & Smart Manufacturing Summit? There will be an interesting lineup of industry leaders and visionaries eager to share their knowledge and insights with you. You will have the unique opportunity to hear from influential professionals such as leading investors, data scientists, technology executives, and more. There might be more added later but as of now we know of the following confirmed participants and speakers:

  • Hussein Tarhini, Additive Manufacturing Research, Fraunhofer IAPT
  • Dr. Walter Huber, Director PMT ME/Production, Webasto
  • Dr. Satyajit Wattamwar, Data Science & Digital Expertise Leader, Unilever
  • Nitin Kaushik, Head of Digital Manufacturing, Apollo
  • Nathan Eskue, Professor, Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing, TU Delft
  • Gladis Araujo, VP of Global Quality Systems & Supply Chain, Mattel
  • Tobias Helberg, Partner Smart Factory & Industry 4.0, Porsche
  • Alex Samchenko, Ind. 4.0 Transformation/ PI Engineering Leader, Philips
  • Adrian Sebastian Palka, Manager – Digital Manufacturing & Industry 4.0, Johnson Controls
  • Nicolas Lehment, Principal System Architect, NXP
  • Arqum Ahmad, Specialist – Digital Factory, Leonardo
  • Erika Pärn, Senior Research Associate, Cambridge University
  • Seonhi Ro, Manufacturing Industry 4.0 Specialist, Ford
  • Asdrúbal Pichardo, Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Vernaio

Networking opportunities

Networking is an essential part of any professional’s repertoire, and events offer some of the best chances for making key contacts that can open up new career paths. Building a diverse network not only allows professionals to make invaluable connections, but also offers them the opportunity to grow their understanding of the sector they work in.

Attending events exposes professionals to new perspectives, trends, and experiences that cannot be replicated online or inside the office. By attending such events and actively engaging with people in their industry, professionals can gain insights they otherwise wouldn’t have access to. As a result, those who are skilled in networking are highly sought after within their circles and become indispensable assets.

Tips to make the most of the event

For the tech-savvy, attending an event can be the perfect chance to broaden their horizons and learn new things. To make the most of it, be sure to come with adequate preparation – do your research in advance, create questions you want to be answered, explore who’ll be speaking, and strategize how to best network. Arrive early so you don’t miss out on important announcements or speaker introductions.

And don’t forget to introduce yourself to others and collect contact information if there are opportunities for professional collaboration. After you leave, take some time to reflect on your experience and write down any key insights or takeaways that you want to remember. Lastly – follow up with people you met and connect on social media platforms as a reminder of your conversation.

All in all, this upcoming Digital Twin & Smart Manufacturing Summit promises to be an interesting experience for those involved in the tech industry and in this particular niche especially. Attendees can expect to hear from some of the best and brightest minds in the industry on the most important topics, engage with other go-getters and innovative professionals, and gain valuable insight as to how best to prepare for and capitalize on future opportunities.

Combined with networking events that look to link like-minded professionals together, there is little doubt that this will provide an invaluable chance to learn, grow, and build. In addition, by walking away loaded with the right tips on optimizing time available and knowing how to form meaningful connections, attendees are sure to get the full potential out of their experience at this highly anticipated event.

Photo credit: The feature image is symbolic and has been done by Claßen Rafael. The graphic in the body of the article is owned by Altrusia and was provided to us with permission to be used.
Editorial notice: This article was established in our role as media partner of the event.

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Christopher Isak
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Hi there and thanks for reading my article! I'm Chris the founder of TechAcute. I write about technology news and share experiences from my life in the enterprise world. Drop by on Twitter and say 'hi' sometime. ;)
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