Whatever industry you’re in, it’s impossible to avoid Digital Manufacturing, Industry 4.0 and the barrage of buzzwords that accompany it.
Digital Twins, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, predictive maintenance, and cybersecurity – there are enough new tools and technologies coming onto the market to make a manufacturer’s head spin. But while these digital manufacturing tools are new to many manufacturers, the market is moving quickly, and there are already plenty of leading industrial companies that are seeing the benefits of their digital transformation activities at sustained speed and scale.
GE Digital Director of Product Management, Joe Gerstl and GrayMatter Co-founder & Vice President of Manufacturing, Carson Drake will help you cut through the noise and discuss the key breakthroughs and trends in digital manufacturing. One of these notable trends is the shift of viewing manufacturers as technology companies.
By joining this webinar you’ll learn how leading manufacturers have embraced technologies to:
- Move from silo’d systems to technologies that offer context
- Shift from analyzing the past to predicting the future
- Develop new competitive advantages by creating centers of innovation
Date: Tuesday, October 8, 2019
Time: 2:00 p.m. EDT (GMT -4, New York)
Duration: 1 Hour
Event Type: Live Webinar
Carson Drake, Co-founder & Vice President of Manufacturing, GrayMatter
Carson Drake is the Vice President of Manufacturing Industries for GrayMatter. A seasoned MES and Manufacturing Intelligence expert, Carson Drake has been combining automation best practices with emerging technology to solve complex business problems for over 25 years.
Joe Gerstl, Director of Product Management, GE Digital
Joe Gerstl is the Director of Product Management for GE Digital’s Plant Applications MES software. He has worked in the software industry and in manufacturing for over 30 years spending time in various roles including engineering, sales and product management while working at leading companies such as Microsoft and now GE Digital.