Industry 4.0 Workshop to Feature Live Demos

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An upcoming seminar defines important terms and demonstrates the benefits of data-driven manufacturing on real-world machine tools.


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What is Industry 4.0, why is it required, and what does it look like in action? Marshall Automation America plans to provide answers in a seminar scheduled for 11 to noon Thursday, April 11, at its new Atlanta-area facility in Duluth, Georgia. In addition to information about data-driven manufacturing, the event will offer live displays of capabilities including closed-loop quality control, tool life optimization, machine health checks and productivity monitoring.

To RSVP, contact Ani Agnihotri at ani@marshallautomationamerica.com or 404-394-6678.

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