MTConnect Institute is compiling a world-class roster of manufacturing technology thought leaders and industry insiders for the upcoming [MC]2 conference, which will be packed with timely insights, strategic views, and actionable items. The theme for 2014 is “Advancing Data-Driven Manufacturing.”
Attendees will learn about System Insights’ flagship product, VIMANA at booth #16, which delivers predictive analytics solutions to improve clients’ efficiency, productivity, and profitability. Will Sobel, CEO, System Insights, Inc. will be co-presenting with John Turner, Director of Technology, FAC&T on the MTConnect Architecture on Tuesday, April 8 at 8:45-9:30 am.
Training Sessions will occur during the first day of the conference and will consist of approximately 7 hours of hands-on workshops. One of the topics covered will be how to build an MTConnect adapter. General Sessions will be during the morning of the second and third day of the conference. These sessions will cover topics that are applicable to a broad set of conference attendees and tend to be more business oriented. Concurrent Sessions will run simultaneously in three time slots during the afternoon of the second day of the conference. These sessions will mainly focus on advancements in technology and the future of hardware, software, and issues pertaining to end users.
About System Insights
System Insights, (www.systeminsights.com) based in Berkeley, California, with offices in Chennai, India, is a leading global supplier of manufacturing software in both machining based, discrete and process industries. The System Insights’ flagship product - VIMANA - delivers predictive analytics solutions to improve clients’ efficiency, productivity, and profitability. VIMANA provides these data while enabling customers to realize sustainable manufacturing objectives. The VIMANA software platform delivers a unique combination of Cloud Computing and Big Data capabilities that sets out to revolutionize the economics of manufacturing. System Insights is a proud member of both AMT (Association for Manufacturing Technology) and NTMA (National Tooling and Machining Association)
William Sobel, CEO