Presentation will focus on Industry 4.0 and the Digital Factory of the Future
SOURCE: The ASSEMBLY Show
ROSEMONT, IL--(Marketwired - Apr 27, 2017) - The keynote presentation at the 2017 ASSEMBLY Show will feature Derek Harper of Faurecia North America who will discuss Industry 4.0 and the digital factory of the future, a hot topic in manufacturing. Harper is the VP of Information Technology at Faurecia North America based in Auburn Hills MI. The ASSEMBLY Show will take place October 24-26 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL.
"We are excited to have Derek Harper speak at The ASSEMBLY Show this year. We look forward to him providing our attendees an insight into Industry 4.0 and the digital factory," said Thomas A. Esposito, Publisher, Assembly Magazine, producers of the event. "We recently featured Faurecia's Factory of the Future in Assembly Magazine where we talk about how industry 4.0 technology promises to transform plant floors during the next two decades and will change the way that engineers and assemblers interact with machines."
Faurecia is a $23 billion Tier One supplier based in France that operates more than 70 global facilities. The company specializes in automotive seating, interior systems and emissions control technologies. Its customers include automakers, such as FCA, Ford Motor Co., General Motors and Nissan, in addition to diesel engine manufacturers, such as Cummins Inc. and Deere & Co.
The ASSEMBLY Show will offer three days of educational sessions, hundreds of exhibiting companies, thousands of industry professionals including buyers and users of assembly equipment, products or services in manufacturing plants, a dynamic keynote speaker and two exciting networking receptions. Registration for the 5th annual event is now open, click here.
The show floor will feature hundreds of exhibiting companies including Gold Sponsor Promess, Silver Sponsors FESTO and Schunk and Bronze Sponsors Kistler, Orbitform and Schmidt Technology. Manufacturing engineers and managers responsible for the assembly process for automobiles, consumer products, electronics, medical devices, machinery, appliances, and more attend the event to see the latest products and services for assembly manufacturing. In addition, The ASSEMBLY Show has launched the new and improved interactive floor plan for attendees to find the list of exhibiting companies and more about the products they will showcase.
The ASSEMBLY Show is sponsored by ASSEMBLY (www.assemblymag.com), a monthly trade magazine read by 56,000 engineers and managers responsible for manufacturing and designing cars, computers, catheters, coffee makers, etc. ASSEMBLY covers the processes, technologies and strategies for joining discrete parts into finished products. The event is produced by BNP Media (www.bnpmedia.com), one of the country's leading business-to-business media companies serving professionals across 50+ industries. For more information, visit www.theassemblyshow.com