MB Allen to Present “Industry 4.0 the Next Industrial Revolution”


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KIC announced that MB Allen, Manager for KIC’s Applications & Sales, will present at the 2nd Annual eSMART Factory Conference, scheduled to take place June 20-21, 2019 in Dearborn, Michigan. Allen will present: “Industry 4.0 the Next Industrial Revolution - The Smart Factory.”

Industry 4.0, IIoT, IoT, Smart Factory, Made in China 2025. It’s all the buzz but what are these trends?  Do they relate to me and my manufacturing environment? Is this something we must implement? What would the benefit be to my company? How does it all come together?

These questions and more will be covered during this presentation and will include an example of ‘Smart Factory’ technology. Additionally, KIC’s line of products provide the solutions needed for a Smart Factory.

MB Allen is a manager for KIC’s Applications & Sales in the Americas. Her technical expertise, relationships with valued partners and customers, and many years of sales experience aid KIC in the future development, improvement and sales of the company’s product offerings. MB has worked in electronics industry for 31 years and been associated with KIC for 30 years with both national and international positions.

About KIC

KIC is a technology company working to make reflow ovens smarter through thermal profiling automation and optimization solutions. With offices across the globe, KIC is ready to become your partner in oven-based manufacturing.  Corporate headquarters are located at 16120 W Bernardo Dr., San Diego, California 92127. https://kicthermal.com.

 

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