David R. Brousell, Manufacturing Leadership Council
In the last few years, the manufacturing industry has come to realize that the journey to Manufacturing 4.0 is a complex undertaking, with technological change only one part of the transition.
Brynn Watson, Lockheed Martin Corporation
Praveen Jonnala, CommScope
Manufacturing 4.0 is not just about manufacturing. It is a key capability to enhance Customer Experience. Embarking on Manufacturing 4.0 is not a discrete process just to focus on automating factories and supply chain, it is a continuous journey.
Daniel Dwight, Cooley Group
Achieving Sustainable Growth at Cooley has required a cultural transformation. Motivated to transform from being a 90-year-old asset-oriented manufacturer to a people and process-oriented, highly diversified solutions provider, Cooley is successfully driving sustainable growth, using M4.0 as a rallying cry.
Daniel Dwight, Cooley Group; Vicki Holt, Proto Labs, Inc; Ryan Lanham, Dynomax Inc; Richard Sade,S&S Hinge
Manufacturing 4.0 isn’t just for large, multi-billion dollar companies. Small- and medium-size manufacturing companies have the opportunity to level the playing field by adopting advanced IT and automation technologies
Alex Goryachev, Cisco Systems
To keep pace with rapid changes in today’s digital age, every company must reinvent itself, disrupt its entire workforce and transform into a companywide culture of innovation.
Dr. Dean Bartles, University of New Hampshire; Jim Davis, UCLA; Larry Lapide, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics; Jay Lee, University of Cincinnati; Dr. Detlef Zuehlke, Artificial Intelligence (DFKI)
How will Factories of the Future be organized and managed in the Manufacturing 4.0 era?
Stephen Engel, Hitachi Consulting
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