Manufacturers seek to increase production flexibility and data security, reduce production costs INDIANAPOLIS – Conexus Indiana today announced results of its annual Industry 4.0 technology adoption survey that, for the first time, shows a continuous and measurable trend in the technologies that are defining Indiana’s Factory of the Future. Conducted in collaboration with Indiana University…… Read more »
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The IU Kelley School Center for Excellence in Manufacturing hosted the first annual Gregg M. Sherrill Case Competition on Saturday, April 6 at IUPUI.
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