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  • Manufacturing Day
    All day
    October 1, 2021
    Manufacturing Day

    Manufacturing Day is a USA celebration of Manufacturing, highlighted by events and open houses all across the country.

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  • Preparing the Workforce for Industry 4.0
    All day
    October 13, 2021-October 14, 2021
    Workforce Summit

    ASEE Event – Industry 4.0 Workforce Summit

    Industry is at the crossroads.  This includes its practice in the workplace—and how it’s taught in the classroom. New technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), nanofabrication, and the internet of things (IoT) have shifted the engineering landscape.

    This is THE opportunity to bring a strong lineup of the right voices from academia and industry together to come up with actionable outcomes to implement during this, the most fluid state of education in centuries. Schools are at a crossroads, let’s give them a roadmap.

    This industry-wide web series is designed to guide schools to prepare engineering and technology students for The Fourth Industrial Revolution. The goal is to reach a consensus on improvements to curricula, work-based experiences, policies, and practices. This historic event promises to be productive and engaging.

    The e-book ASEE Corporate Member Council Survey for Skills Gaps in Recent Engineering Graduates is newly released!  You must register for the event to receive a copy of the e-book. Register now at https://workforcesummit.asee.org.

    Join CESMII’s John Dyck in the second day morning panel discussion.

    Thinking Bigger: Preparing the Workforce to Meet Societal & Corporate Responsibilities

    Speakers:

    • Barbara Humpton, President, SIEMENS
    • John Dyck, CEO, CESMII
    • Walid Ali, Director, Artificial Intelligence, Microsoft
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  • Preparing the Workforce for Industry 4.0
    All day
    October 14, 2021-October 14, 2021
    Workforce Summit

    ASEE Event – Industry 4.0 Workforce Summit

    Industry is at the crossroads.  This includes its practice in the workplace—and how it’s taught in the classroom. New technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), nanofabrication, and the internet of things (IoT) have shifted the engineering landscape.

    This is THE opportunity to bring a strong lineup of the right voices from academia and industry together to come up with actionable outcomes to implement during this, the most fluid state of education in centuries. Schools are at a crossroads, let’s give them a roadmap.

    This industry-wide web series is designed to guide schools to prepare engineering and technology students for The Fourth Industrial Revolution. The goal is to reach a consensus on improvements to curricula, work-based experiences, policies, and practices. This historic event promises to be productive and engaging.

    The e-book ASEE Corporate Member Council Survey for Skills Gaps in Recent Engineering Graduates is newly released!  You must register for the event to receive a copy of the e-book. Register now at https://workforcesummit.asee.org.

    Join CESMII’s John Dyck in the second day morning panel discussion.

    Thinking Bigger: Preparing the Workforce to Meet Societal & Corporate Responsibilities

    Speakers:

    • Barbara Humpton, President, SIEMENS
    • John Dyck, CEO, CESMII
    • Walid Ali, Director, Artificial Intelligence, Microsoft
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  • Webinar: The Smart Manufacturing Revolution
    11:00 -12:00
    October 28, 2021America/Los_Angeles

    Title: The Smart Manufacturing Revolution

    Date: Thursday, October 28, 2021

    Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

    Duration: 1 hour

     

    The Smart Manufacturing Revolution

    If you have been hearing about Smart Manufacturing and want to learn more about it, this presentation is for you. Manufacturers have been slow to move on Smart Manufacturing, but 2020 changed all that. Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing initiatives are on the rise because many manufacturers now understand that it is not just about improving performance, it is about improving the agility to pivot production to meet the fast-changing demands of the market. As this revolution permeates the manufacturing landscape, manufacturers left behind will lose their competitive edge and opportunities to participate in the new highly connected digital manufacturing ecosystems.

    Takeaways:

    • Understand why manufacturers are implementing Smart Manufacturing, the benefits they are realizing, and the competitive consequences of falling behind
    • Learn about the Smart Factory through examples of how others have initiated their Smart Manufacturing transformation
    • See firsthand how data and AI are changing processes, expectations for the workforce, and leading a cultural shift in the Smart Factory
    Conrad Leiva
    Conrad Leiva
    Director of Ecosystem and Workforce Development
    CESMII – The Smart Manufacturing Institute

    Conrad is accelerating manufacturing innovation and Smart Manufacturing adoption through a knowledge-building ecosystem of regional centers, technology partners, and academic institutions. A recognized industry authority, he engages manufacturing business leaders, solution providers, educators and practitioners across all dimensions of industry to develop and share knowledge on both How and Why to leverage information technology in manufacturing. Conrad has over 20 years of experience in manufacturing systems development and implementation and holds an M.S. in Industrial Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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