Detroit’s story as a comeback city has been well documented over the past few years, as a growing number of innovative tech startups and small business owners transform the Motor City’s image into a hotbed for young talent with entrepreneurial grit across all industries.
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Automation Alley, a Troy-based manufacturing and technology business association, is launching a cross-discipline conference called Integr8 in November in Detroit.
Presenters will focus on the benefits of using advanced manufacturing technology in factories.
The conference is part of a new Automation Alley initiative that aims to help prepare manufacturing and technology companies for Industry 4.0., also called the fourth industrial revolution after mechanization, the assembly line and robotics. This new wave of smart manufacturing technology includes sectors such as robotics, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity, a news release said.