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iPRODUCE will be holding its first large event next 26 November 2020 from 09h30 to 12h00 CET (Brussels time).

The title of the event is The social manufacturing paradigm: co-creating with manufacturers, maker spaces and consumers.

With this event, we’re looking to highlight the role of makers and consumers in the social manufacturing landscape, which promotes the participation among individuals and the industry in the production of consumer goods. 

This framework will be made based on the activities being carried out within the iPRODUCE project. The presentations will focus on highlighting the main requirements and challenges faced by consumers and the industry and technologies that are available to facilitate a collaborative manufacturing environment. Invited speakers will showcase ongoing work and existing practices within the domain of social manufacturing. Finally, a virtual round table will provide the audience with an opportunity to engage and manufuacture a fruitful and interactive discussion.

Preliminary agenda:

09h30 | Virtual hello and welcome
09h45 | Welcom and introduction of iPRODUCE
10h00 | The social manufacturing paradigm: needs, practices and tools
10h30 | Keynote 01
11h00 | Break
11h15 | Keynote 02
11h45 | Presentations from iPRODUCE collaborations
12h15 | Virtual round table
12h45 | Wrap up and end of event

Visit the event page for more information, including complete agenda, speakers and other information as it becomes available!

Registration is open, free of charge and welcome to anyone working in or on the DIY, maker, fab lab, makerspace, manufacturing, social innovation areas and topics!

Registere here! We look forward to seeing you there.

7 October 2020
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Samuel Almeida
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