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Industry 4.0 for the Small Shop

5/18/2020 - Most early adopters of artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality, data analytics, digital twins and other advanced technology have been large companies, such as automotive OEMs and their suppliers. But, that doesn’t mean the concepts and tools are out of reach for small shops. The challenges are just more pronounced. Read the full article from assemblymag.com. 

Michigan Manufacturers Set to Resume Operations Monday

5/12/2020 - Monday is a big day for Michigan manufacturers. Governor Gretchen Whitmer is allowing production to resume at plants across the state. Reviving the manufacturing sector is a critical step in re-opening Michigan's economy, since it accounts for roughly 19% of the state's economy. Most plants have been completely, or partially, shut down since mid-March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read the full article www.wzzm13.com. 

Two Traverse City Companies Team Up To Provide Drive-Through COVID19 Testing Popups

3/19/2020 - Two Traverse City companies are working together to offer drive-through COVID-19 testing centers that would include the tent to house staff and the software that would facilitate testing and samples that would be sent to laboratories to determine if the person tested has coronavirus. Read the full article from mitechnews.com. 

A Brave New World for Auditors?

3/12/2020 - The last three decades have seen a paradigm shift in the responsibilities for third-party auditors, from a focus on compliance to organizational governance. Read the full article from www.theauditoronline.com.

Plymouth’s Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center Announces Two Promotions

3/9/2020 - Robert Lyscas and Charlie Westra have been promoted to COO and director of manufacturing services, respectively, at the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center in Plymouth. Lyscas served as vice president of manufacturing services for five years. Read the full article from dbusiness.com. 

Summit Stresses Pushing Past Pilots

3/5/2020 - A pilot is necessary, but eventually businesses in the world of Industry 4.0 need to land the plane. Going from idea to implementation was the theme of the sixth annual Northern Michigan Manufacturing Summit on Tuesday at Northwestern Michigan College’s Hagerty Center. Read the full article from record-eagle.com.

Sensory Overload

3/4/2020 - Artificial intelligence in the form of Industry 4.0, where machines are armed with sensors, can enhance every aspect of manufacturing — from the back office to the loading dock. Read the full article from dbusiness.com. 

Northern Michigan Manufacturing Summit returns

2/27/2020 - As it was last year, technology in industry is the theme of the sixth annual Northern Michigan Manufacturing Summit. The free event on March 3 from 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. returns to the Hagerty Center at Northwestern Michigan College. Demonstrations instead of discussions are the emphasis at the event, hosted by the Grand Traverse Area Manufacturing Council. Read the full article from www.record-eagle.com.

From legacy systems to connected tech, manufacturers face cyber risks

2/26/2020 - While risk is high, a quarter of companies surveyed in the 2019 Deloitte and Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity & Innovation (MAPI) Smart Factory Study did not perform a cyber risk assessment during the previous year. With more manufacturing sites using connected and smart technology, hackers and other bad actors have more access points, and companies are not doing enough to protect their sites. Read the full article from www.supplychaindive.com.

The Benefits of Factory and Manufacturing Automation for Today’s Workers

12/11/2019 - Within this article you'll learn about automated manufacturing practices, manufacturing jobs lost to automation, and expert discussion on better wages and job creation. Read the full article from smartsheet.com.

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