"What Does Smart Manufacturing Look Like to Ken Creasy" Webinar

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November 13, 2019 11:30AM to 12:30PM EST

Join the DOE CESMII Institute for this installment of its regular 20-minute webinar series as they engage the entire US Manufacturing ecosystem in on-going discussions about what Smart Manufacturing is, what it isn’t, who’s finding value, who’s falling behind and anything else important to you.

Theme:

The current theme asks, “What Does Smart Manufacturing Look Like?” and explores how people and organizations across the various dimensions of industry find and define value associated with Smart Manufacturing.

About The Guest:

Ken Creasy is the Senior Technical Director, Manufacturing Technology & Innovation and Advanced Engineering for Supply Chain Strategy and Deployment at Johnson & Johnson. Ken has a number of years of experience in bringing technology and innovation to the global healthcare market. Ken is a certified Master Black Belt with proven success using analytic skills to solve complex problems

How to Participate in the Webcast Series:

  1. Save the Link to the Webinar Below. Registration is NOT required.
  2. Log in the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at 11:30am Eastern/8:30am Pacific
  3. Join the discussions. Webinar recordings will be posted to online forums for you to weigh in.
  4. Lend your voice as an invited guest! Contact Ann Seman (ann.seman@cesmii.org) and let CESMII know what you have to share to be considered for an upcoming event.

 

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CESMII is the United States’ national institute on Smart Manufacturing, driving cultural and technological transformation and industrial cyber security leadership as national imperatives. By enabling frictionless movement of information – raw and contextualized data – between real-time Operations and the people and systems that create value in and across manufacturing organizations, CESMII is ensuring the power of information and innovation is at the fingertips of everyone who touches manufacturing. 

Headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, CESMII brings over $140 million in committed public-private investment through a consortium of partners from across industry, academia and non-profit entities. CESMII’s program and administrative home is with the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA).

For more information, visit the CESMII website at: https://www.cesmii.org.