Clients have requested customized solutions, product lifecycles become shorter, and new business model results. Industrial production has to keep pace with these dynamic changes. At Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), an interdisciplinary group of researchers from mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, information technology,
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning have ignited the fourth industrial revolution. Integrating new technologies into manufacturing systems along with data and predictive analytics will minimize raw materials, improve efficiency and optimize supply chains. Other benefits of Smart Manufacturing include overall equipment effectiveness (OEE), custom, and adaptive manufacturing.
AI Manufacturing 2019, August 28-29 in Rosemont, Illinois, is designed for CEOs, CTOs, plant managers interested in integrating/expanding Machine Learning, AI and IoT technology into their automation or manufacturing systems. Presentations and panel discussions will discuss return on investments, case studies, strategies for integration, technology and manufacturing trends. The conference will provide opportunities to network with AI and Machine Learning experts, as well as manufacturers who have already using Smart Manufacturing solutions.
Who Should Attend
- Chief Executive Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Chief Technology Officers
- Plant Managers
- Industry Analysts
- Market Researchers
- Heads of Manufacturing
- Supply Chain Managers
- Directors of Automation
- IT Managers