May 8-10, 2017
Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland
Cleveland, OH USA
Industry leaders share practical, forward-looking perspectives on what's new, what's different, why you should care (today) and what you can do to realize your share of the value at stake in Smart Manufacturing.
Latest technology tools and strategies to improve operational efficiency and boost productivity.
This track provides best practices and strategies to build a better workforce. We are seeking topics in these broad areas.
Veterans of lean and continuous improvement, and who may oversee multiple facilities. They are seeking ways to sustain their initiatives as well as introduce more complex strategies.
This track targets individuals and work teams at the start of their continuous improvement journey.
This track targets leaders from all facets of the manufacturing sector who are charged with guiding their facilities and organizations through a transformational period in U.S. manufacturing.
The Internet of Things is a paradigm shift of technology; creating a world of data analytics and sensors. For the engineering community, this translates to several new product lines entering the market.
The engineering workforce is changing as new improvements and production processes are introduced. The education model for engineers is also in flux as we move away from a labor force to a design force. This track will cover some of the latest advancements in manufacturing.
Several new technologies enter the engineering community to help improve the design and manufacturing process. These technologies included design and simulation software, cloud computing, and collaborative robots. This track will discuss how to use these technologies and the best way to start using them in established and new work environments.