What is Advanced Engineering? Advanced Engineering is the UK’s leading annual gathering of OEMs and engineering supply chain professionals. The event is a perfect opportunity to network and generate new solutions from the engineering supply chains in R&D, design, test & measurement, advanced materials, manufacturing, and production. During the show, you will have a chance to discover multiple show zones under one roof: Aero engineeringAutomotive EngineeringComposites EngineeringPerformance metals engineering Connected manufacturingMedical devicesSpace & satellite Join the likes of BMW, Dyson, GE Aviation, Jaguar, and many more! Get your ticket online. Where to find Visual Components? You can find us at the stand G14. Our team will be warmly welcoming you at the booth: Steve Morris, Country Manager, UK&IrelandMikko Salminen, Sales DirectorYana Semenova, Sales ManagerSlava Klimchuk, Sales ManagerJarkko Soikkeli, SIM expertLaura Mertanen, Communications and Events Marketing Manager Our friends from Delfoi will join us as well. Listen to our presentation based on the manufacturing survey findings Our very own Steve Morris, Country Manager UK&Ireland will have a speech revealing the recent findings from our manufacturing survey. He will also shed some light on how an easy-to-use 3D simulation software can help you avoid manufacturing mistakes. The topic of Steve’s talk: To Simulate or not to simulate? – 100 UK manufacturing decision-makers reveal their answers Steve has been working in Software and Digital Transformation across multiple manufacturing verticals for over 20 years. He is no stranger to helping customers automate their processes and introduce robotics into manufacturing environments. Steve says “Industry 4.0 has opened up a lot of opportunities for manufacturers and factories to become a lot smarter and more efficient. 3D Simulation software from Visual Components is world-class and will help customers solve complex challenges in a virtual world, saving costs and making efficiency gains – everyone should use simulation software before they do anything to validate the changes they are proposing”.