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Capgemini is proud to support a range of events at Digital Manufacturing Week 2022, which brings the manufacturing sector together to support businesses at all levels of their digital journey.

Start Date: 16 November 2022

End Date: 17 November 2022

Location: Exhibition Centre Liverpool,
King’s Dock, Port of Liverpool,
Liverpool L3 4FP

Our combination of unparalleled technical expertise and strong IT capabilities can act as the business enabler to help the manufacturing industry adapt in response to changing market demands and technological innovation – while balancing efficient and sustainable operations.

Together we partner with our clients to connect digital technology with the engineering of complex devices, vehicles, and equipment, to develop and deliver a more intelligent manufacturing experience for their business.

At Capgemini we believe Intelligent Industry, the next era of transformation, is at the core of what we create. It connects the intelligent products and services needed to accelerate, secure, and scale digital transformation.

Join us and discover how we envision to ‘Empower Tomorrows Manufacturing with Intelligent Industry’ to shape the new era of manufacturing.

Smart Factory Expo

Smart Factory Expo brings together all the technologies enabling the digital manufacturing revolution under one roof. Visit us in Hall B, Stand E36 where we will be showcasing our Intelligent Industry expertise for manufacturing. We’ll be presenting demos and talks on Supply Chain Resilience, High Integrity Software, Smart Factory, MBSE, Sustainability in Manufacturing and much more.

Come and talk to our experts and discover how you can take advantage of what’s possible when everything is intelligent and powered by data. You will also get the chance to meet our young talented engineers and learn how they are shaping the future of manufacturing.

Join our Live Stand Presentations

Supply Chain Resilience – Andy 3D

Join this demo session to learn about our remote operator assistance platform that allows the end user to be viewing the real and virtual product at the same time in AR. It allows a remote operator, such as an SME or development engineer to be seeing the same item as the end user at the same time. Andy3D can share model or document information so that the remote operator can annotate areas of technical documents to highlight what the end user should be doing. The benefits are for assembly or maintenance purposes on product in NPI or in service operation.

Session 1Date: Wed 16th Nov, 202 | Time: 10:00 – 10:30
Session 2Date: Thurs 17th Nov, 2022 | Time: 15:00 – 15.30
Presenters: Tom Peacock, Management Consultant, Capgemini


Date: Wed 16th Nov, 2022 | Time: 12:00 – 12:30
Presenter: Anastasia Karatrantou, Senior Manager 5G & Edge, Capgemini

Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) for industrial systems

Join this presentation to learn about the application of Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) for industrial systems by Capgemini and Airbus. We will cover: What is MBSE?, Why use MBSE for Industrial Systems?, How has this been applied by Capgemini and Airbus?

Date: Wed 16th Nov, 2022 | Time: 13.00 – 13.30
Presenters: John Kelly, Principal MBSE Consultant | Digital Engineering and Manufacturing Services, Capgemini, Paul Edwards, Industrial Architect, Airbus & Niranjana Senthilnathan, Senior Model Based Engineering Consultant, Capgemini

Sustainability in Manufacturing

Join this session presented by Osman Kocini a Consultant within Capgemini Invent’s Sustainability Solutions Team, to discuss the Environmental, Social and Governance challenges facing the manufacturing industry and how Sustainability Solutions Team are well-placed to responding and solving these. He will introduce several case studies and credentials to supplement the discussions.

Date: Wed 16th Nov, 2022 | Time: 16:00 – 16:30
Presenter: Osman Kocini, Consultant – Sustainability Solutions, Capgemini

High Integrity Systems & Software : Cross industry expertise in developing ​systems that must never fail

Everything is becoming intelligent, with software making more and more decisions​. Where products, operations and support services must always operate, 24/7, 365 days a year without a single failure that could lead to significant loss, even under the most extreme circumstances. This is called ‘High Integrity’.​ Our talk will explore how the rapidly increasing importance of software is shifting the paradigm for many industries and how we can support Organisations to transform their current way of doing business.

Date: Thurs 17th Nov, 2022 | Time: 10.00 – 10.30
Presenters: Andrew Hawthorn, Chief Solution Architect – High Integrity Systems, Capgemini, Harry Day, Junior Consultant | High Integrity Software Expertise Centre, Capgemini

Smart Factory

Join this session to learn more about our end-to-end factory of the future proposition, what it is, where we have deployed it.

Date: Thurs 17th Nov, 2022   | Time: 13.00 – 13.30
Presenters: George Hull, Consultant – Aerospace & Defence, Capgemini & Graham Upton, Technology & Innovation Director & Chief Architect Intelligent Industry (COEx), Capgemini

Leaders’ Summit

The Manufacturing Leaders’ Summit brings together 300 top-tier senior executives from the best manufacturers across a range of sectors including automotive, aerospace, defence, electronics, and pharma. Join our roundtable discussion on ‘Implementing Industry 4.0’ hosted by Zoe Jackson and Graham Upton from Capgemini and co-hosted by Paul Edwards from Airbus. The appetite for Industry 4.0, and in particular digital transformation, shows no sign of abating and is indeed accelerating across multiple industries, especially manufacturing.  Interestingly, the pace of adoption continues to be constrained by several factors.  Our roundtable discussion will address these challenges and how to overcome them.  

Zoe Jackson
VP and Head of Automotive
and Manufacturing, Capgemini
Graham Upton
Technology & Innovation
Director (ER&D UK) & Chief
Architect Intelligent
Industry (COEx)
Paul Edwards
Industrial Architect,

The Manufacturer MX Awards

Delivered by The Manufacturer in partnership with the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), The Manufacturer MX Awards have a combined heritage of over 50 years and are widely regarded as the gold standard in industry awards.

We are very proud to support this prestigious event and to sponsor & judge The Young Manufacturer of the Year category. To ensure a stronger and more sustainable future for manufacturing it has never been so important to fill the gap with people that have the relevant expertise, specialist knowledge and most importantly, digital skills to proactively deal with today’s environment.

Award to be judged and presented by, Susie Dixon, Project Director, Capgemini Engineering.

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