Register now for June “Critical Networks in Manufacturing Forum”
The event in Cleveland, TN, will feature speakers from Toyota North America and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Manufacturing technology leaders, mark your calendars.
The Forum will discuss how intelligent wireless infrastructure can accelerate manufacturing operations and improve security, reliability, scalability, and integration.
Trever White, Toyota North America’s Group Manager of Digital Intelligent Manufacturing Engineering, is the keynote speaker. He’ll discuss use cases, lessons learned, and best practices from both the engineering & information technology perspectives that can be applied to all areas of the Industrial Internet of Things. Learn how tools like augmented, virtual, and mixed reality coupled with reality capture and 3D tools can significantly reduce your lead time to market and accelerate your cost efficiency, productivity, and quality along the way.
Klint Walker, a Cybersecurity Regional Advisor with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security will also speak about securing the future of manufacturing from cyber threats.
The Forum runs from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 8 and features three additional sessions, lunch, and a panel discussion.
You can register here to attend the event in person or virtually.