Focusing on Internet of Things (IoT) and digitalisation, second edition of IoT EurAsia will take place in Hilton Bosphorus, Istanbul (Turkey) on April 9th, 2019.
Together with the general developments in the digitilized World, IoT EurAsia stands out as being the one and only summit in Eurasia region providing analysis of progress and innovations in many different sectors, priorly Energy, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Transportation, Finance, Retail and Public Sector.
International Business Leaders from different sectors will meet in Istanbul, the heart of Europe, Asia and Middle East, to discuss about how IoT is being used in Turkey and globally, where IoT will lead us and what will be the consequences of IoT platform. Presentations and panel discussions will take place during the day to share perspective and innovative solutions of different countries such as Turkey, Germany, Holland, Saudi Arabia and France.
With the roundtable workshops takes place after the presentations, decision makers of each sector and experienced speakers will discuss about hot topics; Industry 4.0, Smart Manufacturing, the revenue potential of IoT, Data Analysis Benefits, Security, Blockchain with real-life case studies. Other than sharing expertise, the 60-minutes session will be a great opportunity to start new business partnerships.
Limited space is reserved in the exhibition area for the privileged companies who wants to stand out as a game changer of their line…
Are you interested in joining the event with our discount code: www.iot-eurasia.com
Dust extraction specialist set to exhibit at UK’s premier engineering event
Dustcontrol UK is set to exhibit its range of centralised vacuum systems at the tenth anniversary of the Advanced Engineering show.
Taking place on Wednesday, October 31st and Thursday, November 1st at the NEC, Birmingham, the Dustcontrol team will be showcasing the firm’s powerful DC-11 Modules at Stand Q72.
The DC 11-Module, which comes in several models, is an optimised stand-alone unit for source extraction and industrial cleaning. It has been designed to service up to six normal extraction points or several cleaning outlets at a time, and is modularly built, meaning it can be tailor-made to suit any engineering environment.
James Miller, Managing Director of Dustcontrol UK, said: “The Advanced Engineering exhibition is always an exciting event for those in the industry. We’re looking forward to the much-anticipated event and will be hosting live demonstrations of our vacuum systems to showcase their impressive dust extraction capabilities.”
The company, based in Milton Keynes, has over 45 years of experience in developing dust extraction solutions and centralised vacuum systems to fit client requirements in the engineering industry. They are experts in capturing dust at its source – both where and when it’s created.
Advanced Engineering is the UK’s largest gathering of original equipment manufacturers and supply chain partners from the aero engineering, automotive engineering, composites engineering, connected manufacturing, performance metals engineering and contract manufacturing industries.
James concluded: “Advanced Engineering will provide us with an excellent opportunity to show the industry how we can help businesses stay healthy through the use of efficient dust extraction.”
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