EASTEC 2021 Lines Up Keynotes, Exhibitors
Discover the latest manufacturing trends, meet face-to-face and get hands-on demonstrations with industry experts.
September 10, 2021
EASTEC, slated to take place Oct. 19-21 in West Springfield, MA, enables access to hundreds of experts in industries such as aerospace, medical, industrial machinery and consumer goods. Attendees can also make side-by-side technology comparisons that help you make good purchasing decisions. EASTEC is produced by SME and AMT.
Discover the latest manufacturing trends, meet face-to-face and get hands-on demonstrations with industry experts, and gather insights that will help boost your business during numerous informational opportunities. Hear about hot topics and best practices to put to use immediately. Explore the latest manufacturing products, software and services.
Keynote speakers for EASTEC include the following: “Shifting into High Gear: The Post-Recession World,” by Chris Kuehl, Ph.D., managing director, Armada Corporate Intelligence; “Smart Manufacturing: Crucial for Small and Medium Manufacturers, Critical for Large Manufacturers to Support Them,” by Stephan Biller, Ph.D., CEO and president, Advanced Manufacturing International Inc. (AMI); and “How Can Your Organization Survive in a Post-COVID-19 World?” by Kenneth Sullivan, Ph.D., president and CEO, Micro Craft Inc.
Explore EASTEC Event Features:
- Technology Exhibits: EASTEC showcases the technologies leading manufacturing all in one location.
- Keynote Presentations: Keynote speakers for EASTEC have been selected for insights on the industry challenges and for thoughts on how to move forward.
- Panel Discussion on the Digital Transformation for Small to Large Manufacturers: Panelists will discuss smart digital technologies and outline practical solutions on how and why integrating operational technology using real-time data enables speed and agility to protect your customer and your bottom line.
- Integrated Solution Center: See a demonstration of air-gapped IIoT 4.0 automation and closed-loop process control using low-cost equipment you may be using today. You’ll learn how to enable legacy machine tools to use open standards, add new sensors, integrate other enabled machines and devices to provide a collective dashboard of actionable intelligence for your factory floor. Experts from Advanced Manufacturing International (AMI) will be on-hand to explain the demonstration and answer your questions.
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