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Comcast Newsmakers | 6/29/2017
Comcast Newsmakers host Laurel Hess chats with Automation Alley COO Pavan Muzumdar about how Industry 4.0 is changing manufacturing and Automation Alley's role in helping Michigan companies transform.
The Oakland Press | 6/28/2017
Some of the state’s top economic development minds have returned from a trade mission to Europe with a positive forecast for statewide foreign investment. | 6/21/2017
Despite a low unemployment rate, the changing nature of work - thanks to technology, globalization and changing consumer patterns - keeps concerns about jobs at the forefront of many elected and business leaders.
WJR | 6/9/2017
Automation Alley's Tom Kelly discusses bringing Industry 4.0 conference to Detroit
Crain's Detroit Business | 4/19/2017
Automation Alley, a Troy-based manufacturing and technology business association, is launching a cross-discipline conference called Integr8 in November in Detroit.
Oakland Press | 2/20/2017
One of Michigan’s largest technology and manufacturing business associations foresees a growth in the tech industry in Oakland County.
WDET | 2/15/2017
A new report says Michigan’s manufacturing industry is seeing a fourth revolution. The Industry 4.0 Report  from Troy based Automation Alley surveyed technology and manufacturing executives across the country. The questions focused on the rapid convergence of technology into manufacturing practices. Tom Kelly is the Executive Director of Automation Alley. He tells WDET’s Amy Miller technology is forcing major changes. | 2/13/2017
Do you embrace, fear or ignore technological changes?

Those are questions facing the average consumer and many workers. But the stakes are higher in the answers from corporate executives in manufacturing, with implications for jobs, productivity and the nation's economy across the $5.8 trillion sector.

Many companies are not yet focused on the technology changes coming to manufacturing, according to Automation Alley's annual technology report, released Feb. 13.

Crain's Detroit Business | 2/12/2017
U.S. manufacturers are rapidly boosting investment in advanced digital technologies, according to a survey to be released Monday by Troy-based technology business association Automation Alley.

The survey coincides with the association's 2017 Technology Industry Outlook event on Feb. 13 at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Nearly 400 manufacturing and technology business leaders are expected to attend.
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