IMTS 2018 Conference: Smart Manufacturing & Changing Global Supply Chains

IMTS 2018 Conference: Smart Manufacturing & Changing Global Supply Chains

Learn how implementing smart manufacturing principles can diversify your client base and get more out of existing CAD/CAM/PLM and machine lineup


Plan to attend The IMTS 2018 Conferences to gain deeper insights into new manufacturing technologies and ideas!

About the topic

In today’s highly competitive manufacturing world, operations need to be flexible to quickly adapt to changing supply chain needs, new technologies, and unexpected occurrences.

Discover how recent software innovations lift the barriers between the different components of machining operations, significantly reduce NC programming time, and bring unparalleled manufacturing agility through seamless integration with existing CAD/CAM/PLM systems.

We’ll be looking at the practical steps in implementing smart manufacturing principles, such as opening communication channels between software and machinery, shifting part production from one CNC machine to another as quickly as possible. Adopting these smart manufacturing principles quickly and effectively is now possible, allowing you to diversify your client base, get more out of existing CAD/CAM/PLM and machine lineup, all while moving parts out the door quicker.

Registration is now open, so check out the IMTS 2018 website for more information. 

The integration of the ICAM Adaptive Post-Processing and Simulation software platform and methodology allows you to rapidly take advantage of the key elements of Smart Manufacturing, a major step toward Industry 4.0. This adaptive post-processing and simulation efficiency has been proven by several early adopters. It’s now ready for large-scale implementation.

Meet your presenter 

Jean-Nicolas began working at ICAM Technologies in June 2006 as technical support manager in charge of the support group for post-processing and machine simulation. In 2010, he took the position of director of ICAM China Business Unit and director of strategic marketing. Since January 2014, Ruby has been vice president of technical marketing and support services at ICAM Technologies.