STRENGTHENING US MANUFACTURING THROUGH INNOVATIONS IN ROBOTICS AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

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FEATURED EVENT

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Robotics & The Future of Jobs in Pittsburgh

March 10 at 6 PM ET

Webinar

Want to learn more about how things are made? Curious about the future of manufacturing? Join us for an in-depth panel discussion with Pittsburgh’s leading experts on the wonderful world of Robotics. Take a look inside robotics competitions, hear first-hand accounts from engineers as they de-mystify the field, meet industry leaders and learn about the endless opportunities within the industry. The workshop will kick off with a series of interactive videos followed by a panel discussion let by Pittsburgh Robotics Network and featuring members from the ARM Institute, Girls of Steel Robotics, BirdBrain Technologies, RE2 Robotics and more.

MODERATOR: Joel Reed, Executive Director of the Pittsburgh Robotics Network

PANELISTS:

  • Kyle Sossi – ARM Institute Education & Workforce Development Project Manager
  • Tom Lauwers – Founder and CEO, BirdBrain Technologies
  • Malik Rivers – Electrical Engineer, RE2 Robotics
  • Anna Nesbitt – Team Member & Advocacy Leader, Girls of Steel Robotics

REGISTER HERE. 

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ARM bridges the gap between more than 275 leading organizations in industry, government, and academia, all dedicated to catalyzing a robust national manufacturing ecosystem. From major technology companies to impactful start-ups, from traditional four-year universities to trade schools and community colleges, ARM believes that by bringing together organizations with diverse skills and perspectives, our membership will drive the future of American manufacturing.

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