Siemens to Host Manufacturing in America Conference

March 8, 2016

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Siemens to Host Manufacturing in America Conference

Siemens and Electro-Matic Products Inc. will host the Manufacturing in America conference at Ford Field March 23-24 in Detroit. The two-day event will bring together manufacturing and automotive industry executives, technology leaders, educators, and students to explore technologies and best practices driving manufacturing in America.
“Around the world, manufacturers are looking for new ways to get to market faster while increasing quality, efficiency and flexibility,” said Raj Batra, president of Digital Factory, U.S. “In this climate of rapid change, the answer can be found in technologies that bring together the real and virtual worlds of product design, production design, and all phases of the manufacturing process. This conference is a great venue to understand what these changes mean for manufacturing.”
Manufacturing in America will feature in-depth presentations, discussions, and best practices focused on manufacturing. There will be a thought leadership summit with leaders from companies and organizations such as Ford, National Association of Manufacturers Board of Directors, and NIST Advanced Manufacturing Program Office.
Siemens also announces Jim Carroll as the keynote speaker for the event. Carroll is a leading international futurist, trend and innovation expert. His client list ranges from Northrop Grumman to Johnson & Johnson, the Swiss Innovation Forum to the National Australia Bank, and Walt Disney Organization to NASA. Carroll’s focus is on helping transform growth-oriented organizations into high-velocity innovation heroes. In the past, he provided insight on trends in the automotive industry and helped some of the largest manufacturing and industrial organizations to think about opportunities for innovation.
The event will feature nearly 100 technical seminars focused on the four key areas: Automation and Controls Engineering, Drives and Motion, Energy and Facilities Management, and Plant Engineering and Maintenance. This program is intended for industry thought leaders, engineers, students, and STEM educators. It will also feature 50 different vendors on two exhibition floors.
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