Webinar: Industry 4.0
A collaboration between Binghamton University and AM&T
We welcome you to join us for the Industry 4.0 Webinar by John Fillo.
The manufacturing industry is changing in some very exciting and profound ways thanks to the Industry 4.0 digital revolution. Around the globe, manufacturing companies are in the midst of a significant transformation regarding the way they produce products thanks to the introduction of digitization, automation and intelligent agents to their manufacturing business systems. This transition is so compelling that it is being called Industry 4.0 or simply i4.0.
Industry 4.0 represents the fourth revolution that is occurring within the manufacturing domain. Following the industrialization, mass production and the computer era, the fourth Industrial Revolution will transcend what was begun in the third via the adoption of computers and automation, and it will provide new insights and opportunities with intelligent and autonomous systems powered by the Internet of Things (IoT), big data and machine learning. This revolution provides manufacturing companies the ability to expand their success in several very exciting ways.
Date and Time: Wednesday, September, 2, 2020, 11:30 am – 12:30pm
Cost: Free, registration is required.
About the presenter
John Fillo is a Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science professor emeritus in mechanical engineering.
He graduated with a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Syracuse University and taught at the University of Massachusetts – Amherst and the University of Texas – EI Paso. He later worked at the Brookhaven National Laboratory for 10 years in the area of fusion energy research.
After leaving Brookhaven, Fillo became the founding chairman of the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering in the Watson School. This was followed by appointments as the associate dean for research and associate dean for academic affairs. After serving as chairman for the Department of Bioengineering, Fillo is now associated with the ES2 Data Center research group. He continues to teach in the energy area and develops courses in continuing education.