COVID-19 has made networking and continued education a challenge, to say the least. Around the country—and even the world—we aren’t able to attend prominent events within our industries. Conventions, trade shows and even classes have fallen victim to the pandemic.
Luckily, many have found ways to adapt their events to these unusual times. Classes are becoming webinars, and trade shows and conventions are taking place virtually. That’s why we want to share some prominent upcoming events within the machining industry that you can now enjoy from the comfort of your own (safe) home.
Cobot Installations: Just How Easy Are They? Webinar
Are you intimidated by the thought of installing robots in-house? Then this webinar from Universal Robots is for you. It aims to teach attendees the basics of cobots and how they can choose the right one for their needs. They will also learn how easy it is to program and deploy these bots and receive tips from manufacturers who have already brought cobots into their businesses.
This webinar will take place on Wednesday, July 15, 2020 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EDT. You can sign up for it here.
Manufacturing in 2020 & Beyond: Not Business as Usual Webinar
Can we all agree that 2020 has been an unexpected, tough year that has forced those in the machine and manufacturing worlds to find innovative solutions? This webinar focuses on those solutions, specifically a “smart, digital management system.”
The presenters will share information on how a DXP and IoT can help revamp efforts, how to create a central manufacturing data hub with consolidated tech and how to use data in several valuable ways.
This webinar is on Wednesday, July 22, 2020 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EDT. You can register for it here.
The ASSEMBLY Show
Produced by ASSEMBLY Magazine, this virtual event aims to gather thousands of attendees and hundreds of exhibitors to learn about assembly tech equipment and products. According to the website, participants will have the opportunity to “uncover new resources, evaluate the latest technologies and products, learn from industry experts and connect with experienced professionals.”
This event takes place October 27-28. You can register here.