Innovation, IT, IoT, Big Data and Digital and Sensor Technologies are the key building blocks of M4.0. Maryland is a rich environment of Federal, State and private resources.
Hear from industry leaders who represent 4.0 strategies and technologies and take the next step. This is a match up of resources to manufacturers serious about adopting new digital, laser and software technologies.
Joyce LaPadula* – Maryland Commerce – Learn about programs and services for manufacturers offered by Commerce. Joyce with discuss the Governor’s proposed legislation on accelerated depreciation for new equipment and proposed new funding for PWQ -Partnership for Workforce Development training funds for workers.
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Mac Mottley – Sparks Dynamics – Mac will discuss the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) as it pertains to compressed air management, systems engineering, energy analysis and assistance with analytics development. Sparks Dynamics has a collaborative partnership with Honeywell to introduce a joint compressed air solution to the mid- to large-sized industrial plants. LINK
Mike Raphael – Direct Dimensions* – 3D Scanning is very much part of the new technologies for manufacturers. – Learn how digitized, complex shapes and spaces take on a new form of reality as CAD models. Direct Dimension has worked over the years with RMI to provide services to companies on 3D scanning and printing. LINK
Mike Binko – Startup Maryland* – Big Data, IoT/IoE, Data Analytics, Cloud – Unlock Profits From Your Corporate Data: whether it is identifying/mitigating cyber risks or tapping value from historical or current business processes, manufacturers need to know what data assets are waiting to be leveraged. RMI has been partner in StartUp Maryland activities. LINK