The workshop will explore pathways to low-cost solutions toward integration of advanced manufacturing technologies and up-skilling your workforce to keep your company competitive for the next ten years.
Intelligent Manufacturing Systems International, in collaboration with Aerospace States Association (ASA), ASM International, National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS), National Tooling and Machining Association (NTMA), PDES Inc., Tallo, University of Alabama-Huntsville (UAH), Von Braun Center for Science and Innovation (VCSI), World Manufacturing Forum, cordially invite you to join us and actively participate at the “Manuvation 4.0 Exploratory Workshop” to take place on Wednesday-Thursday, June 26-27, 2019 at the Lincoln Mill Building in Huntsville, AL.
The ManuVation project provides workshops to Small-to-Medium Enterprises (SME) in order to understand advanced manufacturing technologies, how they help SMEs improve processes, and find inexpensive solutions for integration. Following a brief survey of registered participants, IMS will customize the workshop to topics selected from survey respondents to insure the workshop is relevant to your business challenges. Our intent is to help you understand specific advanced manufacturing technologies that can improve your business performance and global competitiveness, particularly in aerospace. The workshop methodology facilitates industry-to-industry discussion to spotlight manufacturing challenges and potential technological solutions. The workshop will explore pathways to low-cost solutions toward advanced manufacturing technologies including sharing best practices, forming small projects, and/or visitation to an innovation hub.
This event is held in conjunction with the World Manufacturing Forum that will share a valuable report on the global direction of innovation in manufacturing. The results are from a year-long study and interviews from industrialized nations around the globe and proves to provide interesting insight to help you stay competitive.