27th Annual ARC Industry Forum

Join us at the 27th Annual ARC Industry Forum in Orlando, Florida to learn more about how transforming factories, plants, and infrastructure will benefit technology end users and suppliers alike. […]

ARC Forum: Digital Transformation Session

Renaissance Orlando at SeaWorld 6677 Sea Harbor Drive, Orlando, FL

This session features speakers from ARC's Digital Transformation Top 25. Industrial companies need to modernize their operating practices and technologies in order to successfully compete in today’s more dynamic and continuously evolving marketplace. Leaders pursue digital transformation, using data and technology to increase flexibility and performance in production processes, meet sustainability targets, enhance the organization’s ability to address customers’ needs, and improve competitive positioning.

ATX West

Anaheim Convention Center 800 West Katella Avenue, Anaheim, CA

ATX West is an international automation technology expo and one of the premier events in the US featuring the latest technological advances in custom automation and assembly, robotics, control software, motors, drives, motion control, and more. The world’s leading automation suppliers showcase their products and technologies for lean manufacturing, cost reduction, enhanced productivity, and six-sigma process control. Among visitors are manufacturing managers, packaging and process engineers, project managers, design engineers, purchasing staff, and general corporate managers.

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CESMII Members’ Meeting

CESMII is proud to host bi-monthly meetings with all members. During these 1-hour calls, we aim to highlight key initatives, technology updates, member benefits, upcoming events and workforce development opportunities.  […]

Houstex: A Manufacturing Technology Series Event

George R. Brown Convention Center 1001 Avenida de las Americas, Houston, TX

Each Manufacturing Technology Series event draws together key decision makers, major tool and technology suppliers and thought leaders from across a broad spectrum of manufacturing disciplines for an unparalleled three-day […]

Options for a National Smart Manufacturing Plan

National Academy of Sciences Building 2101 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC

New technologies are rapidly revolutionizing smart manufacturing with implications for industry, government, and the American workforce. Join the National Academies for a series of three workshops to study the state of the art in smart manufacturing technology; workforce, education and training needs; and the broader impacts for the U.S. economy and national competitiveness. This is a study informed by but intended to consider SM beyond the charters of the Manufacturing USA Institutes. During these workshops, participants will explore a wide range of impacts that smart manufacturing could have on industry, the U.S. economy, and the environment. You are invited to register and attend the workshops virtually or in person and/or provide comments to the study.

North America Manufacturing + R&D Summit (Virtual)

Join North America’s Most Trusted (Virtual) Manufacturing Summit. For 15+ years, executives have found actionable strategies, new solutions, and their path to professional growth at IMPACT.SpeakerJohn Dyck, CESMII CEO

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Options for a National Smart Manufacturing Plan

National Academy of Sciences Building 2101 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC

New technologies are rapidly revolutionizing smart manufacturing with implications for industry, government, and the American workforce. Join the National Academies for a series of three workshops to study the state of the art in smart manufacturing technology; workforce, education and training needs; and the broader impacts for the U.S. economy and national competitiveness. This is a study informed by but intended to consider SM beyond the charters of the Manufacturing USA Institutes. During these workshops, participants will explore a wide range of impacts that smart manufacturing could have on industry, the U.S. economy, and the environment. You are invited to register and attend the workshops virtually or in person and/or provide comments to the study.

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Options for a National Smart Manufacturing Plan

National Academy of Sciences Building 2101 Constitution Ave NW, Washington, DC

New technologies are rapidly revolutionizing smart manufacturing with implications for industry, government, and the American workforce. Join the National Academies for a series of three workshops to study the state of the art in smart manufacturing technology; workforce, education and training needs; and the broader impacts for the U.S. economy and national competitiveness. This is a study informed by but intended to consider SM beyond the charters of the Manufacturing USA Institutes. During these workshops, participants will explore a wide range of impacts that smart manufacturing could have on industry, the U.S. economy, and the environment. You are invited to register and attend the workshops virtually or in person and/or provide comments to the study.

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Aerospace Affinity Group

Aerospace Affinity Group-Aerospace/Defense Systems Manufacturing is one of the largest manufacturing sectors within the United States and is critical to national defense. MissionThis Affinity Group will concentrate on systems and […]

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Small, Medium Manufacturers (SMM) Affinity Group

MissionTo accelerate the awareness and adoption of affordable smart solutions by small and medium-sized manufacturers enabling business improvements and profitable growth. VisionTo create a smart manufacturing environment for small and […]