Aerospace Industry Steps Out at TRAM 2016

This year’s presenters include heavy hitters such as Boeing, Rolls Royce, Sandvik, FANUC, BAE Systems and Mitsui Seiki.

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TRAM is happening at IMTS 2016. Get your seat. 

Conferences increasingly play an important role in the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS) experience. This year’s edition is no exception. One of many IMTS conferences this year focuses on the aerospace industry. I attended the last edition of this conference that was held in Sheffield, England last November and it was well worth the trip and the time.

For IMTS 2016, TRAM, the aerospace industry’s premier conference, has announced its technical program. Taking place alongside IMTS, the conference runs September 14-15, in Chicago, Illinois, the program consists of a day and a half of technical sessions covering smart machining, super alloys, near-net shape primary processing, automation, future manufacturing technologies, adaptive control, intelligent fixturing and more.

This year’s presenters include heavy hitters such as Boeing, Rolls Royce, Sandvik, FANUC, BAE Systems and Mitsui Seiki. For those in the aerospace industry, hearing from these folks is a good thing.

The conference program continues to be a collaboration between industry, academia and media to bring attendees the latest trends in aerospace manufacturing. Conference highlights include keynote presentations from Boeing and Jaguar, as well as 20 sessions from technical experts at leading OEMS, suppliers, MRO facilities and advanced manufacturing providers.

TRAM is co-located with IMTS at McCormick Place, September 12-17. TRAM attendees have full access to the IMTS show floor, which includes to more than 2,000 exhibitors. It’s a big deal and worth the time.

This year also includes an exhibit and networking room where sponsors and exhibitors will be displaying the latest in aerospace technology.

For complete program details, visit tramconference.com.