Solid Wood Summit – first digital event by WEINIG
Published on :Monday, October 4, 2021
WEINIG will hold its first ever digital event from November 9 to 11, 2021. The three day show invites all those who are interested in a variety of panel discussions, keynote speeches and expert interviews. Under the event title “Solid Wood Summit”, WEINIG offers concentrated information on all aspects of solid wood processing, current trends, and forward-looking ideas.
For past one year Weinig witnessed digital customer base expansion. Introduction of digital machine demonstration is expected to impact on the decision of machine purchase. They are also bringing digital solutions to customers and improve services. Several enhancements to the App Suite offer new functions and solutions for monitoring and controlling production.
To enhance customer experience Weinig is introducing a new platform this year: the WEINIG.EXPERIENCE. The name is both the program and the central anchor point, as it simultaneously forms the guiding idea and the digital home for Weinig’s future events – whether online or offline.
In November, the Solid Wood Summit will be the first, in this case digital, WEINIG.EXPERIENCE event. The event may be attended from the comfort of home or office and experience the machine advancement. Also the participants could easily share feedback with the authorities online.
The lectures feature experts from Weinig, VDMA (German Engineering Federation), universities and research institutes who cover the entire spectrum of the woodworking industry. From craft businesses to industrial production, from cutting to processing, from the packaging to the construction to the furniture industry – the whole variety of topics, interests and solutions is served here. This range of content is rounded off by specialist talks from the field, customer reports, interviews, and concrete application examples.
Among the high-profile speakers at the event are Professor Martina Zurwehme and Professor Christian Kortüm from the University of Rosenheim, as well as Oliver Schöllhammer from the Fraunhofer Institute.
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