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Oakland County Prosper | 2/20/2019
Automation Alley, Michigan’s Industry 4.0 knowledge center, is bringing back its collaborative team of academic and corporate partners to create a data-rich guide to Industry 4.0 implementation, to be released April 29 at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
Fox 2 Detroit | 1/29/2019
Michigan isn't the sexy hotbed of jobs. You go to New York or Chicago for that prestige. Now, a group out of Troy is working to keep young workers in Michigan, by merging manufacturing jobs with technology.
Crain's Detroit Business | 1/25/2019
College students around the country will get a look at Michigan's smartest factories as part of a new program rolled out by Automation Alley.
Design World | 1/11/2019
Tom Kelly, Executive Director and CEO of Automation Alley, joins Mary Gannon on Design World’s Executive Edition.
dbusiness | 11/27/2018
Automation Alley hosted Luminate on Nov. 13 at Detroit’s Renaissance Center. The event served as the kickoff dinner to Automation Alley’s Integr8 2018, a global Industry 4.0 conference. Technology and manufacturing leaders were in attendance, and guests enjoyed a strolling dinner and cocktails.
Fox 2 Detroit | 11/14/2018
Automation Alley’s Integr8 4.0 conference and Smart Tech expo was held in Detroit this past Wednesday.
The Oakland Press | 10/27/2018
As with any election year, there’s no shortage of topics vying for attention in Michigan -- and they are all important to the citizenry: roads and infrastructure, K-12 education, healthcare coverage and protection of the Great Lakes, just for starters. What’s not being talked about enough, though, is the seismic shift known as Industry 4.0 taking place in manufacturing - Michigan’s crown jewel of industry leadership.
WWJ 950 | 10/18/2018
800,000 new job opportunities are coming to southeast Michigan in the coming years. Where are the biggest opportunities? Listen to what Mary Corrado, President & CEO of American Society of Employers, Cynthia Hutchinson, Senior Director at Automation Alley and Jack Van Tiem, Detroit Territory Vice President at Kelly Services have to say about those opportunities as well as how long you have to make an impression with a resume and much more.
WJR | 10/3/2018
Tom Kelly, Executive Director and CEO of Automation Alley – Back from China as part of the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions
dbusiness | 10/1/2018
Michigan’s automakers and suppliers are harnessing artificial intelligence capabilities in a bid to revolutionize the industry, but they’re not alone.
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