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Attracting and Training the Next Generation Manufacturing Workforce
Manufacturers are seeking people with the right skills for the advanced manufacturing jobs of today and tomorrow and need ways to upskill their current staff for the complex manufacturing process of the future.
This panel discusses the challenges and the types of education solutions that organizations are implementing to help close the gap. It is vital that manufacturers and educators act now to grow the next generation of industrial workers.
Getting Manufacturers Started on a Good Journey: Using the CESMII SM Acceleration Tools for Fast Business Results
Do you want to learn how to position smart manufacturing techniques to strengthen the strategic competitive edge and business results for manufacturers? If so, then plan to attend this session hosted by Conrad Leiva from CESMII – the Smart Manufacturing Institute on
Keynote: How Can Manufacturers Rebuild the Global Supply Chain
Supply chain challenges having renewed calls for the global manufacturing sector to rebuild and reshore capacity, invest in new technologies, and confront an existential labor shortage. Join a panel of industry leading voices, including Conrad Leiva from CESMII, in manufacturing who will discuss how they are approaching supply chain challenges, and how their organizations view their role in the global manufacturing economy.
Smart Manufacturing Interoperability and Harmonization Panel
Smart Manufacturing, Industry 4.0, Big Data, new and old capital equipment – this panel will cover data interoperability and harmonizing new technology introduction to the manufacturing environment as well as applicable standards and approaches for practical affordable implementations of Industry 4.0 / Smart Manufacturing.
CESMII’s Haresh Malkani and Jim Davis participated in the 2022 Advanced Manufacturing & Processing Conference (AMPc) June 1-3, 2022 which brought together academics, industry, and government representatives to highlight the development of process intensification, smart manufacturing and AI that impact manufacturing at large.
Baldwin Richardson Foods Co. (BRF) is a global manufacturer of custom food and beverage ingredients and one of the largest African-American family-owned and-operated businesses in the food industry. The Company has strong supply relationships with some of the world’s largest Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG), Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) and Food Service customers. BRF joins CESMII to learn about smart manufacturing best practices, and to take advantage of the networking opportunity and the affinity groups as BRF is both a small to medium manufacturer and in the food and beverage space.
WIN-911 is the most widely used alarm notification platform in Industry and lloT, protecting over 18,000 facilities in 80 countries on six continents.
WIN-911 delivers machine alarms, events and real time data values through multiple notification methods (smartphones/tables, voice (digital & analog), SMS, email, and plant announcement systems) and provides a logic engine to decide who should receive critical alarms and how notifications should escalate in real time. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas, USA, with offices in France, China and Mexico, and has a network of leading industrial distributors and system integrators around the globe.
WIN-911 joins CESMII because as open standards and protocols gain traction in industry, they want to be connected with industry leaders to ensure our development roadmap supports smart manufacturing initiatives.
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Mission Critical with Manufacturing USA institutes
7 of the 16 institutes participated at Smart Manufacturing Experience: ARM (robotics), IACMI (composites), MXD (digital), America Makes (additive), CYMANII (cybersecurity), CESMII (smart manufacturing), and REMADE (remanufacturing).
Learn how institutes in the Manufacturing USA network spur innovation for SMMs to bring their proof of concept to pilot scale. Institutes will provide an overview of their advanced manufacturing technology, and how public-private partnership are vital to reshoring manufacturing and developing the next generation of advanced technologies, resilient supply chains, and the future workforce.
The Digital Foundry at New Kensington, opened it’s doors June 1st. The state-of-the-art space, which was recently named one of eight Smart Manufacturing Innovation Centers by the U.S. Department of Energy in partnership with the Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Institute, will serve as a launching pad for training and access to modern software tools by linking digital data and equipment into manufacturing, operations and business management for industry, as well as research and educational components for students and workforce training.
We are looking forward to attending, exhibiting and speaking at more industry events in 2022.
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What is an Affinity Group? A group of CESMII members with an interest in a particular manufacturing sector or a technology horizontal. We hold monthly meetings that are intended for members to bring their abilities, capabilities, and interests to engage CESMII resources & strategies as needed to address the sector or problem.
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