One of the industry's major talking points in recent months has been Industry 4.0. The term encompasses many subjects including Big Data, the Internet of Things and cloud computing. This free-to-attend programme will review how the glass manufacturing industry (flat and hollow) needs to adapt to the new industrial revolution and the opportunities for the future.
FEVE the Federation of European Container Glass Manufacturers, is once again participating in Glassman Europe. The organisation is hosting its Policy and Environment (P&E) meeting at the CCC Lyon, 6-7 September. All attendees are invited to also attend the exhibition and network with other attendees. This meeting is by invitation only.
The Czech Republic's Glass Service will host a condensed training event at the CCC in collaboration with Glassman Europe. This half day event will be entitled 'Glass defects and the possible sources, heat balance and benchmarking' and will be available at the reduced rate of €399 to Glassman visitors.
Presentations will include 'Bubble analysis and possible sources', by Filip Janos; 'Solid defect analysis and possible sources', by Jerome Canaguier; and 'heat balance and benchmarking', by Hans Mahrenholtz.
Glass Service is renowned throughout the industry for its expertise in glass melting, conditioning and forming efficiency. Attendees will be able to visit the Glassman exhibition at the same time, displaying the latest in technology and innovation from the hot to the cold end of the glassmaking process.
People interested in registering should contact Jerome Canaguier; email@example.com