American Business Conferences has organised an event to discuss robotics and automation technologies in automotive manufacturing.
The two-day event – Next-generation collaborative robots and automation technologies in automotive manufacturing 2016 – will be held in Detroit, USA, on August 17 and 18, and will be attended by many of the leading names in the automotive manufacturing industry.
Some of the names of experts announced so far include:
- Michael Fox – data analytics software development / manufacturing / test engineer, General Motors;
- David Gravel, technical specialist, Ford Motor Company;
- Steven Eakins – manufacturing engineer, Subaru of Indiana Automotive;
- Jason Godwin – senior powertrain engineer, machining, new model engineering, Nissan USA;
- Troy Uahiniui – assistant project manager, production engineering, Toyota Engineering and Manufacturing North America; and
- Todd Dickey – engineering coordinator, Honda Engineering North America.
Many of the speakers will present case studies which will provide opportunities to look more closely at issues surrounding topics such as:
- implementing collaborative robots;
- verifying robot safety;
- faster and safer robotic laser welding; and
- error proofing and digital detection.
Numerous technologies will be showcased at the event, including a wide range of industrial robots and automation technologies, networks and communications technologies, control systems, wearable technologies, and scanning and tracking systems.
Among the illustrious names at the show will be Aston Martin, Ferrari, and Bentley.