"The Third Choice"
Jeffrey Jones, Corporate Director-IT, MetalTek International
Software Engineers are the Future of Logistics
Mario Harik, CIO, XPO Logistics, Inc. [NYSE:XPO]
Enhancing Safety Throughout the Organization
Derek Bogard, Vice President, Environmental, Health & Safety (EH&S), Bonduelle Fresh Americas
IoROT - Internet of Really Old Things
Ashe Menon, SVP of Global Manufacturing, National Oilwell Varco
With widespread application in a plethora of industries such as medical, healthcare, aerospace, packaging, household appliances, construction, and more, the plastic industry has quickly become one of the most evolving businesses today. In fact, the industry is projected to double its business, producing more than 600 million metric tons of plastic products in the upcoming decade. To bolster the ever-increasing demand of plastic products, today, plastic technology vendors are incorporating innovative technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics into their plastic manufacturing solutions. By leveraging AI and machine learning, companies hope to simplify the manufacturing and maintenance cycles of plastic products faster. In addition, integrating robotics into plastic products is facilitating the development of faster and precise manufacturing processes.
Sanjay Choubey, VP-IT, Briggs & Stratton
Imagine it’s Thursday night, the kids have soccer practice and you’re always looking for a place to pick-up dinner on the way home.
Renee P Wynn, CIO, NASA
The ability to rent as much computing and storage as you need for only as long as you need it enables you to solve problems and perform analyses that you could never afford to do if you had to OWN all of the hardware.
Manuel Bautista, CIO, Harvard Maintenance
The Internet of things (IoT) is a term coined to describe the increasing number of devices embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity that collect and exchange data.
Oleg Shilovitsky, PLM Consultant, Beyond PLM
Business environment is changing fast these days. Enterprise and manufacturing processes are very slow moving segments.
Mark Wang, Chief Data Scientist, Alorica
It might be painful to analyze where your brand is falling short, but consider feedback from your customers as a gift, not a pain point.
Zhongcai Zhang, First SVP & Chief Analytics Officer, New York Community Bancorp, Inc.
Analytics benefits from not only a good reporting know-how but also the very same data infrastructure underlying the reporting function.
Daniel Stolyarov, CEO, Graphene 3D Lab, Inc
The 3D printing industry is positioning itself to offer businesses and consumer clients alike highly-customized, high-end products by making available advanced and functional materials for 3D printing. Historically, most commercially available
Harsha Prahlad, CEO & Co-founder, Grabit Inc.
Faster product delivery and efficient process execution have remained a moving target for the traditional industries such as manufacturing and logistics.
Katy Person, Program Manager, MIT Innovation Initiative
I consider the DoD the equivalent of the elephant in John Godfrey Saxe’s poem. Only when we all work together, can we have clear understanding.
Cheryl Whitis, CIO, Raytheon Missile Systems
When you walk into the factories at Raytheon Missile Systems in Tucson, Arizona, don’t be surprised to find robots working side-by-side with humans on the production lines.
Franz E. Gruber, Founder & Chairman, Global CEO, FORCAM
The smart manufacturing journey requires the modern manufacturing business to undergo a fundamental transformation.