Conference Overview

Industrial Automation is going through rapid changes in recent years. Industry 4.0 as it is called, the securely connected systems, sensors, and robots, will significantly improve productivity with the aid of machine learning and artificial intelligence. The building blocks that will enable this revolution range from intelligent software systems, secure communication protocols to smart robots taking over the manufacturing.


With the dawn of newer technologies such as cloud computing, big data and a host of newer generation sensors and actuators, old standards such as PLC, SCADA, and DCS are increasingly being challenged to improve or die. More than 60% of today’s industries and factory floors will undergo a major overhaul in the next 10 years to reduce manpower and improve productivity. What are the major automation technologies that will become the standard in these future factories?


We are venturing into the post-pandemic world and the manufacturing industry has undergone significant disruption and transformation. What are some of the key technologies that helped the industry weather the storm? What were some of the key takeaways? How can industries become more resilient by adopting the newer technologies and processes?

We in this summit, aim to gather the key industry leaders, academicians, and scientists from the field of the Industrial Automation community to create an approach towards global exchange of information and explore the future of industrial automation. We not only look at the key technologies that will shape the future industries but also look at the wider impact this revolution will cause and how to mitigate the risk of lagging behind and enduring future global disruptions.


  • Connecting the Bots
  • Security in automated manufacturing
  • Machine Learning in Industries
  • Improving Interfaces
  • Future Sensors and actuators
  • Robotic Automation
  • Improving energy efficiency in the future
  • Predictive Maintenance
  • Internet of Things (IOT) in industry
  • Remote and Telerobotics
  • Cloud computing and big data
  • Autonomous vehicles in industries
  • 3D printing as an industrial tool
  • Improving Health and Safety
  • Managing the future workforce



  • CEO’s of the Automation manufacturing Companies

  • Automation and Robotics Lab Directors/Associates

  • Automation and Control Engineers

  • Automation Researchers and Academicians

  • Industrial Systems and Machinery Designers

  • Operations and Engineering Managers

  • Control Systems and Mechatronics Experts

  • Design Engineers

  • Process Engineers

  • Production Managers

  • Operations Managers

  • Manufacturing Engineers

  • Supply Chain Managers

  • Scientists and Innovators

  • Product Development Engineers

  • Procurement Managers

  • Automation Software Engineers

  • Embedded Programmers

  • IT/Networking Professionals


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