Internet of Things for Manufacturing Symposium Reveals Latest Trends
The Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute recently hosted its latest Internet of Things for Manufacturing (IoTfM) Symposium, focused on emerging IoT technologies in the manufacturing sector.
The yearly event was led by Andrew Dugenske, director of the Factory Information Systems (FIS) Center and a principal research engineer at Georgia Tech. Dugenske’s FIS Center focuses on advances in factory architectures, machine communication, cloud computing, edge devices, machine learning, artificial intelligence, overall equipment effectiveness and cybersecurity.
The event delivered fresh insights from more than 20 industry leaders. Speakers shared exclusive learnings from actual IoTfM implementations. Industry thought leaders, major manufacturers and respected experts participated in this year’s eighth annual symposium.
Presenters this year included representatives from Ford Motor Company, Kimberly-Clark, Autodesk, McKinsey & Company, Capgemini, ACS, QCells, Intuitus, Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute, Georgia Department of Economic Development, University of New Hampshire, and researchers across Georgia Tech.
John Morehouse, director of manufacturing for the Georgia Center for Innovation commented, “Having companies present their use cases is so valuable to other manufacturers and the resources that want to support them.”
Missed the symposium? You can download and view all presentations by visiting the 2022 IoTfM symposium webpage.
The event was sponsored by the state of Georgia’s innovation and manufacturing group, the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute and the Georgia Tech Factory Information Systems Center.
To learn more or to join next year’s invitation list, contact Andrew Dugenske at email@example.com.