The TechDays 2021 are a virtual event offering a global audience 3 days of interactive presentations from international speakers and Bruker Alicona experts. Core subject of the event is the interdisciplinary discussion about metrology in the context of different manufacturing technologies. The topic of the vent is:
Metrology meets Production
A virtual event featuring trends, challenges and visions
17 lectures by 21 international speakers from Germany, UK, US, Switzerland, Austria, France – this is the setting of Bruker Alicona´s first TechDays, June 15th – 17th. In 3 days, this virtual event offers a versatile spectrum of topics by international speakers who discuss trends, challenges and visions in manufacturing and metrology.
The theme of the online event is “Metrology meets Production”. Lecturers from research and production discuss trends in machining, focus on game-changing technologies such as additive manufacturing and talk about automated production processes by linking robotics, artificial intelligence and measuring equipment. Core questions are, amongst others, the role and significance of measurement technology for optimizing the value chain and implementing modern manufacturing concepts. Also, the question will be addressed which requirements manufactures place on metrology supplier and their measuring tools.
Round Table on Additive Manufacturing
The list of representatives from industry and research institutes includes a number of renowned brands. Amongst others, DMG MORI, Universal Robots as well as Fraunhofer are represented. One of the highlights of this event will be the 1st Round Table hosted by Bruker Alicona, supplier of optical 3D production metrology. It is on Additive Manufacturing and covers topics like current research activities, further potentials for optimizing manufacturing compared to subtractive processes and what metrology can achieve in this field.
The TechDays are a free virtual event. Interested visitors are invited to register at the respective software platform and can compile their personal agenda.