If you are struggling to select and implement the right digital technologies with an acceptable ROI while containing manufacturing costs, the South Carolina Research Authority (SCRA) may be able to help. From numerous plant visits and current pilot projects with SC manufactures across industry verticals, we’ve identified key digital technologies to impact manufacturing KPI’s. Although, the approach to implement Industry 4.0 varies among companies, SCRA has a unique opportunity to benchmark innovation best practices and to share digital transformation strategies and tactics that are getting results in factories across the state.
Working with technology firms to pilot, implement and scale new technologies can be disruptive and risky for manufacturers. SCRA helps to facilitate technology transfer by scouting and vetting small technology firms, de-risking trials of new products and technology services through pilot projects, and guiding start-ups how to work with manufacturers to deliver and implement technology solutions.
Join us in the SOUTHTEC Smart Manufacturing Hub as we share use cases and lessons learned to help you compete in the race to innovate and implement digital technologies that meet your ROI.
Moderator: Lee MacIlwinen, Investment Manager, SCRA
Panelists: Noel Bylina, SeeDaten; Scott Tobey, FSI Advanced Research; Rick Oppedisano, Delta Bravo