Education, Manufacturing Day

The Manufacturing USA institutes and supporting Federal agencies were exceptionally busy with their partners, members, and community organizers during this year’s Manufacturing Month. Several institutes lead or participated in events that will have strong local and national impacts for years to come. What follows are a few highlights:

Sustainability, Sustainable Manufacturing

The U.S.’ Smart Manufacturing Institute is excited to participate in the establishment of the International Management-X Council, with its official announcement at the 2023 Annual CESMII Member Meeting hosted at SOUTHTEC’s Smart Manufacturing Experience this week in Greenville, S.C.

They join Germany ( Plattform Industrie 4.0 ), Austria ( Plattfor...

The Advanced Manufacturing National Program Office held its annual Manufacturing USA Network Meeting on May 25 in Washington, DC. There were over 100 participants with representatives from each of the institutes and funding agencies attending nine unique sessions throughout the day.

Dr. Monica Gorman, Special Assistant to the President for...


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Food Engineering Mag
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Plant floor data can get messy and overwhelming for food manufacturers. In today’s plant, instrumentation and sensor information can generate gigabytes of data every second. Industry 4.0 is still young, so food manufacturers are still figuring out how to combine data upgrades with continuous improvement (CI) programs. More plant floor data can be...

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Industry is among the largest greenhouse gas emitters in the U.S., producing an estimated 24 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions, according to the EPA. While great progress has been made – greenhouse gas emissions from industry, including electricity generation, have declined by 22 percent since 1990 – in many cases, alternative production...