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Data Data Everywhere, but Not a Bite to Eat
Joe Cichon, Vice President Manufacturing Technology at INX International Ink Co.
The Changing Role of the CIO
Mel Kirk, SVP & CIO, Ryder System, Inc.
Results Driven Continuous Improvement
Tim Blubaugh, Director, Operational Excellence, USG Corporation
Implementing the IIoT
Michael Risse, Vice President, Seeq Corporation
Patrick Stephens, CIO, Rain for Rent
What the IoT enables is extending sensors to all aspects of our lives, and then giving these sensors parameters that allow them to control the world for us via a computer
Travis Haynam, Vice President Segments, Nederman Corporation
As the world transitions from a pandemic psosture more to something that resembles “normalcy”, there are many learnings and takeaways each of us have obtained both personally and professionally.
Robert Lambert, Director of Manufacturing Technical Services, Noven Pharmaceuticals
Pharmaceutical characteristics of a TDDS include product potency and drug delivery rate.
Simon Fried, President, Nano Dimension USA Inc.
Long forgotten are the novelty and hobbyist roots of 3D printing.
Rahul Dadgale, Director of Product Engineering at Onward Technologies Inc.
Francois Estellon, VP-IT, Gardner Denver
Understanding IT and technology budgets in the industrial world are tight and other strategic initiatives will compete with IoT.
Grace Neeley, Supply Chain Director, North America, Maxcess International
With continuous updates to ERP systems, we gain the ability to make better decisions about our company’s future that lead to an enhanced ability to gather data.
Ray Carr, SVP Operations, Linde Americas
Cloud computing has really transformed the speed and agility with which a company such as Linde is able to respond to the challenges we face in the marketplace and unlock productivity gains through technology innovation.
Brian Stein, CEO, SYSPRO USA
I have seen a lot in my 30 odd years of leading a manufacturing software company, but most recently I’ve been really intrigued by the ways small and mid-sized manufacturers are leveraging technology to be competitive.
Matt Griffiths, CIO, Stanley Black & Decker Industrial [NYSE:SWK]
The constant stream of security patching and OS updates combined with the need for virus and malware detection software installed throughout the environment mean that, in best case the manufacturing environment is hard to manage and in worst
Nadya Bliss, Director, Global Security Initiative, Arizona State University
There is also significant need for psychologists, social scientists, and even humanists to address these challenges.