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November 2017

The Next Revolution in Michigan Manufacturing

By U.S. Senator Gary Peters | 11/1/2017

This week’s guest blogger is U.S. Senator Gary Peters, advocate for Michigan playing a central role in next generation self-driving vehicles and creator of a bipartisan bill that’s taking important steps to help bring self-driving vehicles to our roads. “We need to create updated standards to ensure these ground-breaking systems are operating safely and securely,” Peters says.

Member company Red Level discusses how Automation Alley has help their business grow, and how they deliver game-changing technologies to help companies work more efficiently, securely, competitively and profitably.

Automation Alley added 12 new members in October. Click the link below to meet them.

If you still have doubts in making investments in Virtual Reality Training (VRT) because it seems too expensive, this blog post will help to remove many of your concerns. VRT solutions can actually be a source of great savings and are well-suited for almost any industry, explains Franco Bevione, CEO of WEDOO. Discover how the right mix of classroom training plus VRT can deliver the optimal solution in creating the best-trained people possible.

In case you missed it, Automation Alley Executive Director and CEO Tom Kelly had some very interesting and thought-provoking conversations about the future of technology and manufacturing on Automation Alley's podcast, Factory Reboot, this year. The podcast, which is focused on technology’s role in manufacturing and the Industry 4.0 transformation, featured gusts from the robotics, virtual reality, IIoT and cybersecurity fields, and explored the opportunities and challenges manufacturers face as they rethink, retool and rebuild the way they do business in the smart and connected world.

More than 500 professionals from the technology and manufacturing worlds converged on Detroit, Nov. 9 for a day of deep Industry 4.0 learning at Automation Alley’s first-ever Integr8™ conference and expo. From smart machines that think and perceive to immersive technologies that can train our future workforce, this global event not only put the city of Detroit and the state of Michigan in the spotlight as a key player in the Industry 4.0 space, but it also taught us several valuable lessons about where advanced manufacturing is headed.

Don’t Wait Until New Year’s Eve for Your Financial Resolutions!

By Maryann Daddow | Automation Alley | 11/29/2017

As the end of the calendar year approaches, many businesses, partnerships as well as individuals, with fiscal years ending on Dec. 31, have an opportunity to plan for their year-end financials and affect their bottom line. A little time spent now can make for a much less stressful and more productive start to the new fiscal year. Here are a few steps you should consider before the clock strikes midnight on Dec. 31.

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