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2.10.2018

This October, Fraunhofer CESE’s Dr. Pankesh Patel will be presenting a workshop with Shivakumar Mathapathi. Sensors Midwest (#SensorsMW18), the event for sensor design and industrial IoT, and sister to the Sensors Expo & Conference, announces their partnership with Fraunhofer USA, Inc., Center for Experimental Software Engineering and Sonoma State University to conduct an IoT Enabled Industrial IoT Certification Program. Taking place on October 17, 2018, at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL, this partnership will culminate in a workshop designed to inform and guide top decision makers and executives on how to prepare their organizations for Industry 4.0 trends and to create higher value to customers.

More: https://www.sensorsmidwest.com/sites/sensorsmidwest/files/assets/EmailImages/smw18_Industry4.0_Workshop_v3_FINAL.pdf

About the Event:

·         Speakers: https://www.sensorsmidwest.com/speakers  

·         Event: https://www.sensorsmidwest.com/schedule  

Dr. Patel, with support from Research Scientist Janus Kristjansson, also attended the International Manufacturing Technology Show in Chicago, IL, this September, along with a variety of our Fraunhofer USA Centers and Fraunhofer Germany Institutes, to discuss Fraunhofer’s latest innovations in manufacturing. The successful event attended by thousands showcased Fraunhofer as one of the leading innovators of technology research locally and across the globe.

·         https://www.fraunhofer.org/en/news/press-releases11/fraunhofer-usa-wraps-up-successful-participation-at-hannover-mes.html

·         https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/fraunhofer-at-the-international-manufacturing-technology-show-imts-2018-300679766.html

Earlier this summer, Fraunhofer CESE Research Scientists Dr. Mikael Lindvall, Dr. Madeline Diep, and Mr. Gudjon Magnusson were invited to support our longstanding partnership with mission-critical NASA collaborators in two working group meetings with NASA JPL and NASA OSMA. Engaging in meaningful, transformative discussions about aerospace industry trends in autonomous vehicles and robotics and the software and systems to assure these and other NASA technologies, Fraunhofer CESE is positioned to continue helping our NASA partners advance their field.

To learn more about the complex and crucial work being conducted at NASA, please visit our partners websites:

·         https://www.nasa.gov/centers/ames/research/area-autonomy-and-robotics.html

·         https://sma.nasa.gov/sma-disciplines/software-assurance