by Mike Galiazzo Mike Galiazzo

As RMI Kicks Off 2018, Join an Industry Stakeholders Discussion on the Technology and Talent Required for Manufacturers to Compete in the 21st Century

January 17, 2018    3:00-6:00 PM

RMI Members $50.00   Non Members $65.00  

Star Academy Timonium

Special Announcement will be made by

Secretary Kelly Schulz  regarding RMI and Maryland companies.

The 4th Industrial Revolution (Industry 4.0) is radically changing manufacturing today as companies move from analog to digital worlds.  Join this community conversation with thought leaders to explore issues and opportunities for manufacturers and find out how, or if, Maryland is properly addressing this global transition.

  • Join the conversation on Industry 4.0’s digital transformation and the “Techtonic Shift”.
  • Discuss Maryland resources needed to address the needs of manufacturing companies embracing technologies like IoT, 3d printing/scanning, big data, cyber security, robotics, material science, and more.
  • See Star Academy demos of Drones, Robotics, Virtual Reality, 3d Printing, 3D Scanning, and drones and watch Arnold Packaging‘s Ready Robot “pour you a beer”

REGISTER

Call Mike Galiazzo if you would like to be a sponsor. 410-771-8111

Thought Leader Perspectives:

Aris Melissaratos, Dean, Brown School of Business and Leadership, Stevenson University – Our future

Suzy Ganz, CEO, Lion Brothers – Going Digital Means Profits

David Eschbach, Senior Project Leader- Smart Factory, Stanley Black & Decker – 4.0 at SBD –

Mary Steinebrunner, General Manager, Dunlop Protective Footwear USA– material science

George Davis, CEO, TEDCO – Innovation

Adam Porter, Director, Fraunhofer USA – 4.0 Technologies and Tools

Donald Walker III, Branch Manager, Baltimore Kelly Services – talent trends