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From a session at OMEP's Manufacturing the Future Summit, January 14, 2014. By: Douglas K. Woods, President of AMT (The Association for Manufacturing Technology)

From a session at OMEP's Manufacturing the Future Summit, January 14, 2014. By: Douglas K. Woods, President of AMT (The Association for Manufacturing Technology)

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  • 1. MT Trends Douglas K. Woods President
  • 2. AMT represents and promotes the U.S. manufacturing technology industry. Our members are continuously innovating and improving productivity for manufacturing.
  • 3. What is manufacturing technology?
  • 4. MT as an Economic Driver 2013 2012 2011
  • 5. Segue:[Elements that will keep us growing]
  • 6. Energy Advantage Source: Oxford Economics
  • 7. Labor Costs Unit labor costs in manufacturing in US$ 2000 Q1 = 100 Index Value China U.S. Source: Oxford Economics
  • 8. Innovation Ecosystem The U.S. ranks #1 in Gross Expenditures on R&D Access to Funding and Entrepreneurship Culture Millions of U.S.$ 429,143.0 in Ernst & Young’s 2013 Annual G20 Entrepreneurship Barometer. Source: Inc. online 208,171.8 146,537.3 93,055.5 59,890.0 Source: National Science Foundation Top Engineering Schools 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) MIT Stanford University of California, Berkeley Georgia Institute of Technology Harvard University Imperial College (U.K.) Nanyang Technology University (Singapore) National University of Singapore Northwestern University Technical University of Denmark Source: United Nations University
  • 9. Reshoring/FDI
  • 10. U.S. Manufacturing Market Size Source: World Bank
  • 11. Segue:[What’s holding us back?]
  • 12. White House Congress
  • 13. • Doolittle image If one place is as good as any other, it’s high time we decided. Otherwise when we get there we won’t know we have arrived!
  • 14. • Global Competitiveness • Smartforce • R&D/Innovation
  • 15. Increase Global Competitiveness • Regulatory Reform • Comprehensive Tax Reform • Open Global Markets/Level Field
  • 16. Build a Smartforce • Community College & Career Training Program • National Skills Certification • Immigration Reform
  • 17. Spur R&D/Innovation • National Network for Manufacturing Innovation • Advanced Manufacturing Partnership 2.0 • America COMPETES Act Reauthorization
  • 18. Taking the Good, Leaving the Bad Manufacturing’s pushmi-pullyu!
  • 19. MEP Map
  • 20. Segue:[The audience needs to wake up now. Let’s talk technology!]
  • 21. U.S. Technology Leads the Way Additive Manufacturing Automation Big Data
  • 22. Bringing Manufacturing to the Masses
  • 23. Not Just 3D Printing …
  • 24. Business in 3D shares tripled since company went public (February 2013) shares jumped 73% in last year shares have doubled from a year ago
  • 25. First Innovation Institute
  • 26. 100 Years of Automation
  • 27. 100 Years Later . . . . Northrop Grumman Palmdale, California
  • 28. Robotics: The Real Story on Jobs Number of Robots Unemployment Source: International Federation of Robotics
  • 29. Automation Growth & Impact Source: ASME Advanced Manufacturing Environmental Scan, July 2013
  • 30. Big Data Collect Connect Store 1 Exabyte which is . . . 1024 Petabytes 1,048,576 Terabytes 1,073,741,824 Gigabytes 1,099,511,627,776 Megabytes That’s lots of space. Analyze Utilize
  • 31. Sensors >> Big Data Source: ASME Advanced Manufacturing Environmental Scan, July 2013
  • 32. Sensors: Most Advanced Yet Accessible
  • 33. Advanced Robotics & Automation
  • 34. Biomimicry
  • 35. Datacentricity
  • 36. Nano-Manufacturing
  • 37. AMTonline.org Advancing Data-Driven Mfg Manufacturing. April 8 – 10, 2014 | Orlando Florida May 14 – 15, 2014 Rosemont, IL