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Critical Manufacturing contributes to Porto's recognition as a Tech Hub
September 16, 2016
The second edition of Porto Tech Hub Conference, an international benchmark event and annual forum of new ideas and concepts, will take place on September 23 in Porto, Portugal.
Critical Manufacturing is one of the main sponsors of the event and also joined the Porto Tech Hub Association, which was created by three other Portuguese companies: Critical Software, BLIP and Fafetch. The association aims "to raise the city's visibility in the ICT sector, increasing networking in the area and creating partnerships with companies and entities related to the industry."
We will also participate in the talk sessions; Marco Silva, Software Engineer at Critical Manufacturing, will take you through our applications of WebGL in the browser to show new ways to display rich 3D interfaces.
FACTORIES OF THE FUTURE:
HOW WEBGL AND 3D ARE CHANGING THE WAY THINGS ARE MADE
By: Marco Silva, Software Engineer, Critical Manufacturing
Date: Friday, 23th, 2016
Location: Hard Club, Mercado Ferreira Borges, Porto
A wide range of national and international speakers, representing some of the most emblematic companies in the ICT market, are part of this initiative, which is expected to receive more than 600 participants. Some of the speakers that will liven up the sessions include:
- Felipe Ribeiro (Spotify)
- Sally Goble (The Guardian)
- Acacio Cruz and Christopher Noring (Google)
- Craig Dawson Watson (IBM)
- Paulo Lopes (RedHat)
Attendees can find out why the most reputable technology companies consider Porto as an innovation hub by visiting the exhibition area. Critical Manufacturing joined this fantastic initiative to contribute to the development of the necessary foundations for Porto to be recognized globally as Tech Innovation Hub (tech hub).
Tickets are 20€, registrations are now open and can be done here.