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ADVANCED MANUFACTURING EXPLAINED: What does Industry 4.0 REALLY Mean for Me? Webinar
September 15, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
YOUR NEXT STEP: ADVANCE WITH AUTOMATION
- Start the conversation on automation to improve productivity and safety of your facility.
- Complete the short information form at www.imec.org/showcasemanufacturer/
ADDITIONAL WEBINAR RESOURCES
- Slide Handout: ADVANCED MANUFACTURING EXPLAINED: What does Industry 4.0 REALLY Mean for Me?
- Watch: FILL THE GAP: How Automation and Millennials Will Change Manufacturing Webinar
- Read: Hiring Tech-minded Millennials: Are you on board?
- Read: Upskilling for the Move to the Smart Factory
Factories and supply chains are interconnected through advanced networking and computing technologies that enable products and production capabilities.
But what does Industry 4.0 – also referred to as advanced manufacturing – REALLY mean for you as an Illinois manufacturer?
This session will introduce several advanced manufacturing technologies. Join us to learn how implementing advanced manufacturing technology services can help your company to:
- Achieve better product quality and innovation
- Improve manufacturing process efficiency and productivity
- Increase supply chain connectivity
- Collaborate with and cater to your customers
Incorporation of any of the 9 core advanced manufacturing technology can make you more competitive in the marketplace and fuel your business growth – join us to learn more!
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Ken has more than 20 years of experience in both manufacturing operations and product design. He has held leadership positions in the Quality/Regulatory area acquiring a diverse set of skills in manufacturing for medical devices, and food while maintaining certifications for medical devices, as well as food component manufacturing. Ken has a green belt certification in six sigma from the American Society for Quality, as well as auditor certifications for ISO 9001, IATF16949, AS9100 and ISO 13485. He is skilled in process development, process improvement, process optimization and Lean initiatives from various industries providing opportunities to cross pollinate solutions from different industries in the root cause / problem solving arena. Ken holds an M.S. in Information Systems from DePaul University, an M.S. in Industrial Management from Northern Illinois University, as well as a B.S. in Industrial Technology from Northern Illinois University. Ken has additional experience in Total Quality Management, Lean Initiatives, Problem Solving and Risk Management.
Contact Name: Emily Lee
Contact Phone: 608-445-4905
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