In the era of COVID-19, manufacturers must be especially focused on operational efficiency and profitability. Making use of technology to capture and interpret manufacturing data to inform real-time decision-making is a great way to optimize productivity and adapt to rapidly changing demand. However, the greatest challenge to implementing smart manufacturing is knowing where to start and how much technology to implement. 

During this webinar, Smart Manufacturing Lead Edward Lo and Technical Services Senior Consultant Matt Minner share some techniques to get started with just enough technology to get results.

This webinar was originally presented on December 17, 2020 at 10:30am. 


Meet the Speakers


Edward Lo
Smart Manufacturing Lead
California Manufacturing Technology Consulting® (CMTC) Contractor
Matt Minner
Senior Consultant, Technical Services
Catalyst Connection

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