The aluminium industry descended on the Marriott Warsaw Hotel on 22-23 May 2019 to attend the second Future Aluminium Forum.
Leading companies in attendance included Hydro, Rio Tinto, Constellium, European Aluminium,IBM, Outotec and Rockwell Automation.
This international technology conference covered the all important topics surrounding aluminium and the importance of industry 4.0. These included AI+AL: Optimising Aluminium Production with machine learning, Towards a Digital and Real-time Supply Chain and two collaborative sessions held in partnership with European Aluminium and Icsoba.
It was a great couple of days and hopefully the industry is now poised to enter the exciting world of digital manufacturing and learn from others on this journey to embrace industry 4.0.
Keep following for a full review of the event and more information on how best to integrate smarter technologies for a streamlined value chain.
Aluminium International Today is proud to support the industry on this journey and grateful to all who joined us for this event.
'"Future Aluminium Forum is a good event to get the latest update of what is going on in other aluminium companies and other sectors in digitization and Industry 4.0".
Mahmood Abdulmahlik, EGA
"I would recommend Future Aluminium Forum because of the great networking opportunities around the conference. With so many key decision makers in attendance, it really is an event not to be missed".
Manfred Hayk, AMETEK Land
"Matmatch is a digital platform and so the discussion surrounding industry 4.0 is extremely important to us. Future Aluminium Forum is a very well organised event with a high calibre of attendees".
Melissa Albeck, Matmatch
"Future Aluminium Forum attracts a lot of people from all over the aluminium supply chain. This leads to very in depth discussions".
Davide Valota, FRIEM
"Future Aluminium Forum is a great place to be updated on the latest developments from the aluminium industry with a range of friendly participants. A really nice networking event!"
Marcos Ierides, Bax & Company