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The Oakland Press | 8/15/2018
Maryann Daddow of Rochester and Cynthia Hutchison of Rochester Hills, have been promoted at Automation Alley, a Troy-based technology and manufacturing business association.
The Detroit News | 7/19/2018
If there was ever an industry in dire need of increased efficiency, cost containment and improved outcomes, health care tops the list. Despite consuming 18 percent of our nation’s GDP—equal to $3.4 trillion in annual expenditures—it is responsible for nearly 250,000 deaths due to medical errors, poor record keeping and a dismal lack of shared data among doctors about patients in their care.
dbusiness | 7/5/2018
Automation Alley has announced the return of Integr8, a cross-discipline global conference focused on new technologies. The day-long conference will be held on November 14 at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center.
Morning Sun News | 7/1/2018
A successful startup needs more than a great idea — it also needs a solid business plan and, perhaps most importantly, funding.
dbusiness | 6/25/2018
Cleary University, a business university with its main campus in Howell, has announced the launch of the Project Management Professionals program, a 35-hour, instructor-led online course. The program is designed for professionals who are already in project management. Cleary used data insights from Automation Alley, a technology and manufacturing business association in Troy, to help develop the program’s curriculum to be reflective of current employer needs.
dbusiness | 6/19/2018
Automation Alley, a technology and manufacturing business association in Troy, Monday announced the total amount of export sales made by Michigan companies as a result of participation in its trade mission program and other trade-related activities has reached $1 billion.
Crain's Detroit Business | 5/31/2018
Much of the conversation, formal and informal, at the Mackinac Policy Conference on Mackinac Island has focused on the existential question of whether Michigan is prepared for the future.
dbusiness | 5/3/2018
More than 300 guests attended the release of Automation Alley’s Technology in Industry Report at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The report reveals strengths and weaknesses in Industry 4.0, or the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and readiness among the manufacturing supply chain and academia. Compiled by academic and corporate partners, the 100-page report highlights emerging trends, challenges, opportunities, and action items for industry.
Michigan Growth Capital Symposium | 5/2/2018
Ready or not, Industry 4.0 is here. This so-called Fourth Industrial Revolution is rapidly transforming manufacturing in Michigan, in the U.S. and around the world. The velocity, scope and systems impact of these transformational changes is unprecedented in modern history.
dbusiness | 4/30/2018
Automation Alley, a technology and manufacturing business association in Troy, released a report today that shows industrial and manufacturing businesses that swiftly move to adopt the principles of Industry 4.0, or the Fourth Industrial Revolution, will outpace their competition, gain efficiencies, and boost profits.
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