With global aluminium demand projected to increase by almost 40 per cent by 2030, the aluminium sector will need to produce an additional 33.3 Mt to meet demand growth in all industrial sectors.
This will only be possible through the inception of streamlined technologies, digital manufacturing and sustainable solutions across the supply chain.
Originally launched in 2018, the Future Aluminium Forum has focused on the challenges of implementing digitalisation and technologies associated with Industry 4.0 such as Digital Twins, the Industrial Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
In 2023, the Forum will return in a live format to Québec City, a region where the aluminium industry has existed for more than a century and is now seeing rapid change and collaboration between manufacturers, processors, suppliers and OEMs.
With a dynamic industrial cluster and several research centres occupying a special place at the heart of this aluminium sector, Québec City is perfectly positioned to play host to the next Forum and welcome discussions and presentations about what the future of aluminium production looks like.
Solution Management and Sustainability Expert, Mill Products and Mining Industry Business Unit
Global Technology Manager for Digital Innovation, Connected Worker, and Automation
Heavy Industry Strategy & Marketing Manager in EMEA Rockwell Automation
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
Thank you for the opportunity and experience of such a great conference. The subject matter presented was relevant and interesting. I was also invited by quite a few OEM’s to speak more on how we can work together and I made a lot more connections with customers and suppliers in general." Gus Allan, Director, GNV Enterprises
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 Lerides, Bax & Company
Just superb, haven't seen anything this good in the past." Marc Gillis, Industry Manager, Rockwell
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