STRENGTHENING US MANUFACTURING THROUGH INNOVATIONS IN ROBOTICS AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
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ARM Exchange Webinar: User-Friendly Automation & The Future of Work
January 27 at 2 PM ET
User-friendly robotics technology is already transforming manufacturing processes and is poised to make automation accessible on a previously unseen scale, impacting the future of work in manufacturing. Join us for our first ARM Exchange webinar of 2021 where our panel of experts will discuss how automation will change the work environment, skills requirements, and the impact on jobs and overall productivity. This webinar is free and open to the public.
Kyle Sossi, Education and Workforce Project Manager, ARM
Sudhi Bangalore, CTO, Global Operations, Stanley Black & Decker
Kel Guerin, Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer, READY Robotics
Aaron Prather, Senior Advisor, Technology Planning & Research, FedEx
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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