Digitalisation is one of the biggest challenges facing the aluminium industry. There is a real need for suitable engineering and machine software, as well as data management systems, and by launching its new ‘Digital Manufacturing’ exhibition area, ALUMINIUM 2018 has created a forum that showcases the increased productivity that can be achieved through powerful IT solutions.
The decarbonization of the transport sector calls for an increased use of light-weight materials. Aluminum plays a major role in this global effort since the use of 200kg of Aluminum in a passenger car leads to emission savings of 16 g/km CO2 on average. Hence it is expected that the average aluminum content of an European car will increase from todays 150 kg to 200 kg until 2025.
Guided Tours at ALUMINIUM 2018 offers an opportunity to get a special insight into different topics of interest: The Guided Tour will lead you in a small group of other experts to exhibitors that have a special expertise in the particular subject area.
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