The first SEMI Global Smart Manufacturing Conference is scheduled for October 20-23rd.
The inaugural conference brings industry experts from around the world to your screen and features keynotes, case studies, tutorials, and breakout video discussions. They will share strategies and information aimed at increasing the speed at which smart manufacturing is adopted.
According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, smart manufacturing is the use of “advanced technologies that promote rapid flow and widespread use of digital information within and between manufacturing systems.” Smart manufacturing systems (SMS) are digitized for interoperability and enhanced productivity, make use of real-time distributed intelligence, combines collaborative supply chain management with fast responses to market changes, and uses advanced sensors and big data analysis for a fast innovation cycle.
As COVID-19 continues to affect supply chains and manufacturing worldwide, smart technologies—particularly those involved in data capture and analysis—are proving invaluable in maintaining business continuity while meeting customer demands. This conference gives attendees the opportunity to discover and explore the latest in predictive maintenance, remote condition monitoring, and supply chain traceability.
The conference features sessions on sensing, connecting, and predicting hosted by experts from Texas Instruments, Yamaha, Deloitte, and Bosch among others. For more information on the agenda, click here.
Registration costs $199 for SEMI members and $299 for non-members.