Industrial Revolution 4.0 Workshop 3/22/19

03/22/2019  8:30 AM -  03/22/2019  11:30 AM  Expressway Suites, Fargo ND

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North Dakota manufacturers are asking for
Digital Manufacturing & Design Risk Solutions. 

Impact Dakota is answering your call!


Registration Fee: $25 • Deadline: March 13


The Industrial Revolution 4.0 is driving manufacturers to look at “smarter” and more efficient ways of providing products to their customers. Introducing different technologies into the manufacturing plant will address the new demands of customers, suppliers and regulators.


Digital Manufacturing and Design (DM&D) are used by today’s manufacturers to remain competitive.
• ERP/MRP System used to run your organization
• Design & Digital Product Definition - CAD/CAM Programs
• Supply Chain vulnerability
• Factory Automation
• Cyber Security


Digital Manufacturing and Design exists to transform North Dakota manufacturing competitiveness by accelerating the development and adoption of digital technology across the manufacturing enterprise.


During this workshop you will learn WHY you are at risk and HOW to reduce risk to your organization.


Following the presentation, you will have a chance to participate in a Lab where you can experience collaborative robots, autonomous guided vehicles and more. 


About the Presenter:

Keith Deibert, Business Advisor (South Dakota Manufacturing & Technology Solutions)
Keith is a Business Advisor for South Dakota Manufacturing & Technology Solutions  providing consulting services for South Dakota's  Manufacturers. He is a graduate of South Dakota State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. Throughout his career he has been an electronic design engineer, Plant Manager, Vice President of Operations, Corporate Director of Lean, President and has done consulting. He has focused his efforts in helping organization become Lean Enterprises.  Keith spear heads MTS' automation lab to help small to medium sized manufactures to evaluate the risks and rewards of automation technologies and their operational impacts and business advantages. 






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