Bosch to headline sponsor Industry 4.0 Summit

Leading drives and controls specialist Bosch Rexroth confirms support for the 2019 edition of the Industry 4.0 Summit & Expo as headline sponsor.

Bosch Rexroth’s UK Marketing Manager Sean Kilgallen comments “We supported the inaugural event in 2017 and came back for the 2018 event. Both provided great quality leads and we’ve secured a sizeable contract from meetings held at the Expo. Even though the last event was bang in the middle of the worst snow storm in 30 odd years, we still met with high quality manufacturers. We are looking to build on our support of the 2019 event by showing our commitment to the UK government’s ‘Made Smarter’ campaign and raising awareness to UK SMEs show to them that Bosch Rexroth are on hand to answer any questions they may have on digital transformation, from now and through to our participation at the show.”

Event organiser Gary Gilmour says “We are incredibly delighted that Bosch Rexroth have confirmed their participation so early as headline sponsor for the next event in April 2019. This will be the third time that they have supported our efforts to bring a wider understanding of Industry 4.0, and we aim to make this event even bigger. Since the last event we have been developing some new media products, that Bosch Rexroth have been very complimentary about, and we believe that their continued faith means that we are on the right track as we develop a high level comprehensive media platform for the 4th industrial revolution.”

The Industry 4.0 Summit & Expo 2019 takes place on the 10-11 April 2019, at Manchester Central Convention Complex. The Summit attracts an international audience, including senior UK manufacturers, eager to hear from a plethora of experts on the digital transformation in manufacturing and present a range of case studies of industry 4.0 in action.

The Expo is a one-stop-shop exhibition for manufacturers looking to see the latest smart technologies. The event attracts a broad mix of solution providers providing the tools to aid improved manufacturing such as automation, robotics, 3D printing, big data, artificial intelligence, predictive maintenance, cyber security and other related areas.