David R. Brousell, Manufacturing Leadership Council
The acceleration in manufacturing’s digital investment is even more critical – and pronounced – in the wake of the pandemic response.
Gerald Johnson, GM
GM’s dedication to digitize its work environment and leverage technology enabled it to quickly respond to the pandemic and will inform the automaker’s strategy in the years ahead.
Will Bonifant, Hershey
An embrace of Manufacturing 4.0 opportunities has helped Hershey navigate today’s dynamic food manufacturing industry challenges.
Dr. James R. Beilstein, Owens Corning
A look at how advanced technologies such as analytics, machine learning, and 3D printing are being used to improve Owens Corning’s engineering and manufacturing.
Ron Castro, IBM
Companies must leverage the vast amounts of data coming from their people, processes, and machines to improve operational effectiveness and boost competitive advantage.
Dr. Michael Grieves, Center for Advanced Manufacturing and Innovative Design, Florida Institute of Technology
Digital Twins are becoming an increasingly intelligent and proactive tool for manufacturers thanks to advances in computing and AI.
Mike Tomasco, Pfizer, Inc.
Learn how Pfizer moved beyond “Pilot Purgatory” to scale its digital projects to the enterprise level, including IIoT and manufacturing process intelligence.
Bart Talloen, Johnson & Johnson
A structured supply chain innovation process can help explore and screen solutions, then test them before deploying and scaling them based on their value proposition.
Katie Fayman, MxD; Drew Allen, Grace Technologies; Burlan (B.A.) Sizemore, Saint-Gobain
Meet the manufacturing leaders of tomorrow and their hopes and aspirations for manufacturing’s rapidly evolving future.