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Making the Case for Machine Learning

In this podcast, Greg Farrar, Head of R&D and Plant Manager at CpK Interior Products and Graham Synott, Process Engineer – IT Systems at Linamar, will share their experiences in successfully getting pilot programs off the ground and quickly demonstrating ROI to stakeholders.

Limitless Connectivity and Smart Manufacturing

In this podcast, SME Media Senior Editor Steve Plumb talks with Per Treven, director of business development-manufacturing for Ericsson, about how advanced 5G networks and “limitless” connectivity enable next-generation systems and maximize ROI.

How Intelligent Automation Drives Flexible Manufacturing

In this podcast, Paolo Avagliano, senior vice president of delivery and customer success at Bright Machines, shares his perspective on how to adapt to changing consumer demands and withstand unexpected market shifts with a full-stack, automated assembly solution.

Reducing Complexity in Assembly Equipment

In this podcast, John Derry, senior application engineer at Promess, talks to SME Media contributing editor Michael Anderson about reducing complexity in assembly equipment. Derry discusses how assembly systems may become unnecessarily complex--and how that complexity can reduce quality and increase costs. Derry goes on to describe effective ways of addressing these issues and to reduce and even eliminate unnecessary complexity.

Fatal Flaws of First Generation Monitoring Systems

In this podcast, Bruce Morey, Senior Technical Editor for Manufacturing Engineering Magazine discusses with Greg McHale of Datanomix about what he views as the Fatal Flaws of First Generation Monitoring Systems. This podcast is sponsored by our guest.

Why You Should “Ditch Design for AM”

In this podcast, Bruce Morey, Senior Technical Editor for Manufacturing Engineering Magazine discusses with Benny Buller, founder and CEO of Velo3D what he thinks AM needs to surmount to achieve broader acceptance: Design for Additive Manufacturing (DfAM).