Official approval from Japanese and French Government
In the face of global manufacturing issues such as data security, productivity and profitability,
Industry 5.0 represents a genuine opportunity to re-industrialise production in a smart and responsible way,
which is compatible with the world’s ecological, and environmental challenges.
Playing a central role in exchanges between Japan and Europe, and initiated by Franco-Japanese agreement, Smart Manufacturing Summit will deliver a new, innovative event format for professionals working in industry, IOT technologies, AI and robotics.
Join us from 13 to 15 March 2024 and be part of the next-generation industrial revolution.
Vice President, Dean of Faculty of Engineering
Kyoto University of Advanced Science
Director, Evangelist, Innovation Center / Smart Industry Taskforce
EXHIBITORS & STARTUPS
GX MINERALS Inc.
ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES & MATERIALS
【 NEW ARTICLE 】 What are the four structural factors that have reduced the competitiveness of Japan’s manufacturing industry?
【NEW ARTICLE】 What are the three structural factors that have driven the growth of the Japanese manufacturing sector?