David R. Brousell, Manufacturing Leadership Council
Successfully transitioning to Manufacturing 4.0 is not only the responsibility of manufacturing operational leaders. Leaders in all areas must understand and embrace M4.0..
Peter Holicki, Dow Chemical Co.
What are the essential elements for a company’s Manufacturing 4.0 strategy, and how do you make sure your technology investments will improve your competitiveness?
Regan Gallo, CertainTeed Corp., Saint Gobain
Learn how a centuries-old company continues to innovate and thrive through the ages.
Dr. Rebecca Teeters, 3M
3M is moving beyond continuous improvement and into leveraging new technologies that will translate to a competitive advantage and operational excellence.
Sath Rao, Hitachi Vantara
While today’s connected factories are producing mountains of data, it takes the right mix of technology and strategy to turn it into actionable insight.
Lou Rassey, Fast Radius
Learn how the only U.S. company to earn the World Economic Forum’s Manufacturing Lighthouse status is successfully embracing digital innovation.
Sudhi Bangalore, Stanley Black & Decker
Enterprise-scale digital transformation is allowing a 176-year-old manufacturer to push the frontiers of productivity and product differentiation.
John Fleming, MLC Board of Governors Chairman
Agile and eager overseas competitors are quickly jumping on board with manufacturing’s digital transformation, and U.S. manufacturers must act now if they are to retain a competitive edge.
Ron Castro, IBM; Brian Evergreen, Microsoft; Roger Thomas, SAS Institute; Tyler Vizek, MxD
Does AI really have the power to transform manufacturing, or does its potential risk to larger society outweigh its benefits?