Please join us to learn about Smart Manufacturing for a Connected World – a practical approach to adopt Industry 4.0. This workshop and seminar is open to leaders from small to medium-sized enterprises interested in the future of manufacturing.
$49 + taxes (includes session materials,continental breakfast and networking lunch)
Wednesday, May 15, 2019, 9:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Gore Meadows Community Centre,Community Room #2,
10150 The Gore Rd, Brampton, ON
• 9:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Registration,Networking and Continental Breakfast
• 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Workshop and Seminar
Light lunch provided to network with industry partners
Are you a leader in a small to medium-sizedmanufacturing business and want to make your company more competitive?
• Leaders of small to medium-sized manufacturers who want to understand practical steps that you can take to bring Industry 4.0 technologies into your operations.
• Decision-makers within small to medium-sized manufacturing businesses who are trying to understand how to make digital technologies part of their competitive advantage.
During the four-hour workshop & seminar you will:
• Receive an overview of market ready smart manufacturing technologies, including expert advice and best practices.
• Complete a readiness-assessment to identify opportunities for your organization to adopt smart manufacturing technologies to close the gaps in your digital processes.
• Hear from a startup manufacturer who successfully implemented a new digital manufacturing technology, and how it has delivered benefits to their operations.
• Network with industry resources and supports in your region that can help you plan and implement technologies in your product design, shop floor, and business processes.
The workshop format will also provide participants the opportunity to network with other manufacturing leaders and learn from your peers.
Brampton is Canada’s second fastest growing and the ninth largest city. Located immediately north of Lester B.Pearson International Airport and home to CN Rail’s largest intermodal facility, Brampton has positioned itself as a global economic contender. Home to more than 68,000 businesses, Brampton enjoys a Triple ‘A’ credit rating by Standard & Poor’s. The City’s major business clusters include manufacturing, retail and wholesale trade. The manufacturing industry remains the largest employer and contributes almost $4 billion annually to national GDP. Please visit our website here.
REMAP is a network of partners (start-ups, small-medium enterprises (SMEs), large organizations and leading research institutions) from across Canada to form a product-enablement network. Through shared resources and knowledge, REMAP accelerates the commercialization of innovative products developed in Canada for the global market. REMAP is made possible through joint funding from the Government of Canada’s Business-led Networks of Centres of Excellence (BL-NCE) program matched by contributions from our network partners.