MFG AUTOMATION SUMMIT
Upcoming Dates 2023
Live Events in Mexico
January 24th, 2023 - Hacienda Jurica
MFG Automation Summit will bring together top-level industry buyers and manufacturers from across North America to network and discuss the most important topics in manufacturing automation
The summit will take place over the course of one day, consisting of enterprise case studies keynote sessions, state of the industry discussions and more.
Exhibitors will find an exclusive lead generation opportunity for solution providers to meet and network with pre-qualified buyers within the manufacturing automation industry.
A new way to interact face to face in a business environment with all safety measures intact.
Participants in the MFG Automation Summit will gain access to the newest cutting-edge technology & services in the industry as well as be able to network with their peers to solve pressing challenges.
LIVE EVENTS ARE BACK!
Interact with your peers face to face.
Attend conferences and learn from the experts about the most important topics in Automation and Robotics.
CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGY
Interact with solution providers to see the latest technology in a relaxed atmosphere.
• Reshoring Initiative and the changing Manufacturing Supply Chain
• IIOT and Industry 4.0 – A new virtual manufacturing workforce
• Cybersecurity in manufacturing
• Artificial Intelligence, VR, AR and machine learning
• Preventive Maintenance
• Trends in Robotics and Automation
• 3D Print
• 5G Smart Manufacturing and the Smart Factory
• Wearable Technologies
• Digital Transformation in Manufacturing
OFF-ROAD – Construction/Agriculture
Energy – Oil & Gas
Food & Beverage
Machine Shops – Contract Mfg’s
“I attended MFG Monterrey event. I really liked the professionalism, the one-day format and the pre-selection of the participants. Schedules, balanced topics, and top-level exhibitors. The conferences, networking and roundtables were very well coordinated. I highly recommend it. Congratulations to the organizers”
Juan Ignacio Duran
Grabados Monterrey SA de CV
MFG AUTOMATION SUMMIT Monterrey, was a very good event with the active participation of the expositors, vendors and fellow engineers. I want to thank the staff and the sponsors for this opportunity to share information and experiences from a variety of disciplines related with the automation and innovation, the most valuable activity was the round tables with the other participants and hear their experiences and comments.
Juan Miguel Ojeda Macossay
CONTROL INGENIERIA Y AUTOMATIZACION S. DE R.L. DE C.V.
MFG Monterrey helped me to learn tools for a better supply selection, as well as having the opportunity to exchange experiences with other companies and consultants in order to prepare for automation changes in Mexico. I hope this type of events can happen more frequently.
Juan Antonio Castro
Event 100% focused on understanding the new trends in automation, processes, and systems within the industry in Mexico. We share our knowledge in the roundtables and debated about the ideologies and needs that each company faces, as well as discussing how technological advances, automated systems and industry 4.0 have impacted the industry. At networking, we established a closer relationship with current clients and had an approach with other new companies.
THE BEST TIME FOR MANUFACTURING
AND AUTOMATION IS NOW!
U.S. manufacturing activity soared to its highest level in more than 37 years in March, according to data released Thursday by the Institute for Supply Management.
Source: Yahoo news https://news.yahoo.com/u-manufacturing-activity-hits-37-170631675.html
The market is expected to reach $105.48 Billion by 2024 at a CAGR of 6.50%. The factors propellingthe market growth mainly includes extensive use of enabling technologies in manufacturing, Continuous innovation industrial robotics boosts its adoption in manufacturing and need for mass production and connected supply chain to cater to the growing population.
Source: North America Industrial Control and Factory Automation Market -Size, Outlook, Trends and Forecast (2021- 2027) by Envision Intelligence.
Last year proved record-setting for robotics in terms of orders and shipments in North America, according to the Robotic Industries Association (RIA). A total of 34,606 robots valued at approximately $1.9 billion were ordered in North America. These numbers represent North America as a whole, but some of these results are influenced by the surge in automation in Mexico. With the world’s 11th largest economy, Mexico is home to a vast array of industries, including substantial automotive and aerospace manufacturing sectors.
Source: Jeff Burnstein, President, Association for Advancing Automation (A3) for Machine Design.