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Embracing AI in Manufacturing


Join us for an exclusive webinar tailored to C-suite executives in the manufacturing industry, where we will explore the transformative power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its impact on the future of manufacturing. In this high-level strategic discussion, we will explore how AI can drive innovation, efficiency, and growth within your manufacturing operations as well as customer service.

Gain strategic insights and discover how AI is reshaping the manufacturing landscape and how it can be strategically integrated into your operations to create a competitive advantage.

Don’t miss this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve and position your company for success in the AI-driven future of manufacturing.


who should attend

This webinar is designed exclusively for CEOs, CTOs, COOs, and other C-suite leaders in the manufacturing sector who are eager to harness the full potential of AI for their organizations.


Thursday, February 1, 2024
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Pacific Standard Time


Complimentary | Members
$55 | Non Members
GST not included




Dr. Christoph Sielmann,  Assistant Professor of Teaching, UBC Manufacturing Engineering program

Dr. Christoph Sielmann brings a wealth of expertise bridging industry and academia, with ten years of experience in each domain. His industry journey has been centered around mechatronics, instrumentation, critical infrastructure automation, and emerging software technologies. His academic background is diverse and includes electrical and computer engineering, nanotechnology, automation, and manufacturing. In his industry work, Dr. Sielmann designed large communication networks for water and wastewater automation systems, consulted for towns and municipalities on community-wide cybersecurity challenges, and developed strategies to adapt to cybersecurity needs in both small and large companies. He now teaches industrial automation, mechatronics software, capstone design, and other courses as an assistant professor of teaching at the University of British Columbia in the Manufacturing Engineering program.