On the agenda: 13 free webinars open to everyone, to discover or review the latest progress in the key technologies of the Industry 4.0.
Green and energy transition, manufacturing & monitoring, engineering, testing & simulation, characterisation & materials… in 2021, the 13 discovery webinars created by Cetim Academy will address subjects of concern for companies which intend to start their transformation towards the Industry 4.0.
These free webinars, organised by Cetim-Matcor, last for 1h30 and are open to everyone. They will allow users to discover or review the latest developments in specific technologies: additive manufacturing, robotics, composites, testing…, or the latest insights on today’s trends such as low-carbon industry, economic recovery, through-life support, etc.
Acculturation before in-depth training
Further to the success of the first edition of these online events, Cetim will offer 13 new sessions this year, all led by expert contributors. They will provide opportunities to discover the methods, tools and solutions tested by Cetim to meet the challenges of the Industry 4.0. Then, for more in-depth training, Cetim Academy offers various types of training courses available as classroom-based, online, inter or intra company sessions, or provided as part of specific projects or dedicated services.
To discover the full programme and register, click on the links below :
Your transformation 4.0 : a few key steps
New Trends in Plastics and Composites Recycling
Residual Life Assessment
Composites: Materials/Process and Defects Analysis
Leak Test Methods : Overview of the different tracer gas and pressure variation leak test measurement methods
AIM : Integrity of Ageing Equipment & Risk Management
Smart and Connected Machining
Metallic Materials: Defects Analysis
Fluid-Structure Interaction & CFD
NDT Imaging of Components: What benefit for mechanical industry?
Metal Additive Manufacturing: New advances for real profitability
Bolted Assemblies: Issues and new challenges
Glass material : Failure analysis and product contamination