It has been said that technology is necessary but not sufficient to ensure the success of Smart Manufacturing (SM). Having the right technology - whether it is sensing, control, modeling, analytics or platforms that support seamless movement of information - is certainly important, but having the right talent, workforce and culture is equally or perhaps more important – from building the right pipeline to ensuring that the existing workforce is well trained in SM. The approach to balancing technology and talent may vary depending on the size of the manufacturer (small, medium, large), type of manufacturing (discrete, batch, continuous) and the industry vertical. This panel will provide perspectives on these approaches, and highlight challenges and opportunities in light of the current business conditions.
Registration is required. Visit the ASME website to register.
Headquarters: Los Angeles, California
(888) 720-8096 | firstname.lastname@example.org