Manufacturing is constantly changing. Even the newer issues are shifting. In the ever-changing, fast-paced world of today’s manufacturing, it is important to stay on top of trends and how they may impact your business. Ohio has long been a force in the world of manufacturing. Where mills once flourished, now lives an emerging industrial culture of technology. In the heart of it all is Advanced Design and Manufacturing Cleveland (ADM).
ADM is taking place March 29–30, 2017 at the Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland. Here attendees can learn about the latest technologies, materials, and processes across a broad spectrum which influence advanced design and manufacturing. This gathering will consist of industry suppliers from both the region and around the nation.
Design & Manufacturing (D&M), Automation Technology Expo (ATX), Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M), PLASTEC, and Pack shows come together for an array of information. Automotive, medicine, and aerospace are just a few of the many industries on display.
This year’s keynote speaker is Tesla co-founder and CTO JB Straubel. He will be discussing the disruptive shifts that electric vehicles, solar power, and battery energy storage are having on manufacturing and design.
Other speakers include Jack Schron, President of Jergens Inc; Brenna Sniderman, Senior ManagerIntegrated Research of Deloitte; Doug Klueh, Director for Siemens PLM Software; Ethan Karp, President & CEO of Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network (MAGNET); Chris Cronan, Robotics Coordinator of Honda of America Manufacturing; and more!
Show Conference Hours:
- Wednesday: 10:am-4:00pm
- Thursday: 10:00am-3:00pm
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