Monte Falcoff of the firm’s Metro Detroit office is scheduled to be a moderator at the first-ever Integr8 Conference being held this fall in Detroit. He will lead a discussion centered on recent innovations and trends in additive manufacturing, including 3D printing.
The conference, which is spearheaded by Automation Alley, will focus on Industry 4.0 technology segments that affect numerous industries in Michigan, the U.S., and around the world. The conference will take place at the Detroit Marriot at the Renaissance Center on November 9.
Automation Alley notes that attendees will “Learn from the world’s foremost Industry 4.0 thought leaders as they discuss the smart technologies shaping our future at Integr8™, Automation Alley’s one-of-a-kind, global conference focused on the eight technologies currently disrupting the manufacturing industry. Integr8™ will educate and inspire attendees on the advantages and benefits of implementing advanced manufacturing technologies on our factory floors.” Various other well-regarded technical experts from around the country will be panelists at the event.
The eight technology areas that compose Industry 4.0 — and serve as the namesake of the Integr8 Conference — are:
- The Industrial Internet of Things
- Advanced Materials
- Additive Manufacturing
- Artificial Intelligence and Big Data
- Cloud Computing
- Modeling, Simulation and Visualization
Visit the Automation Alley website to learn more about, and to register for, the Integr8 Conference.