Watch this informative video of a recent panel discussion hosted by Kevin Bouley, CEO, Nerac and David Souder, Interim Dean, UCONN School of Business with Panelists Ripi Singh, Chief of Innovation, Inspiring Next, Mike Accorsi, Senior Associate Dean – UCONN School of Engineering, Jill Mayer, New Haven Manufacturer’s Association, Sudhi Bangalore, VP of Industry 4.0, Stanley Black & Decker, Nicholas Gondek, Director of Additive Manufacturing/Applications Engineer, ACT Group and Robert Rice, Ph.D., VP Engineering, Control Station.
You will learn:
-The “Why and How” of Industry 4.0 in context of the CT ecosystem
State of Industry 4.0, IoT/IIoT; Analytics; AR; AI; ML; Etc.
-The Role of Academia in Industry 4.0
-Examples of IoT/IIoT Product and Process Innovations
-Small business manufacturing needs and perspectives
-Considerations on Innovating in IoT/IIoT
Special thanks to Rolls Royce for the footage on repair nano bugs.
Special thanks to Praxair for the footage on 3D printing.
Sponsored by Nerac, the UCONN School of Engineering, CTNext, UCONN School of Business and Inspiring Next.
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