Koh Young America to Present at Smart Factory at the i4.0 Connect Forum


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Koh Young Technology is pleased to announce that Joel Scutchfield, director of sales at Koh Young America will be discussing the amount of inspection data needed for a smart factory at the i4.0 Connect Forum in the heart of Silicon Valley on October 2-3, 2019.

Over his 30-year career, Joel has worked at major manufacturing companies like Texas Instruments and United Technologies Corporation, before transitioning into capital equipment suppliers. Joel earned his Bachelor of Science from the Purdue University School of Polytechnic Science and Technology. With his background, Joel focuses his efforts on helping manufactures improve quality control and optimize processes across a growing set of industries including PCBA, machining, and semiconductors.

Taking place at the Fremont Marriott Silicon Valley, the i4.0 Connect Forum is bringing together top industry speakers to discuss the technology and future surrounding the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Learn first-hand the experiences, challenges, and solutions industry leaders are taking to achieve truly smart manufacturing. Benefit from future insights from senior manufacturing executives, engineering expertise and technology leaders within the electronics industry.

Join our exclusive network of executives and high profile forum as i4.0 Today and IPC connect you to the future of Industry 4.0. Register today at i40connectforum.com.

About Koh Young Technology Inc. 

Koh Young Technology Inc., the leading 3D measurement-based inspection equipment and solutions provider, performs an essential role for quality control and process optimization across a growing set of industries including printed circuit board assembly, machining and assembly process manufacturing, semiconductor manufacturing, and various medical fields. In addition to its corporate headquarters in Seoul, Koh Young has sales and support offices in Germany, Japan, Singapore, China, Mexico, and the United States. These local facilities ensure it sustains a close relationship with its growing customer base, while providing them with access to a global network of inspection and measurement experts.

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