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Past Events


Second Georgia Tech Manufacturing 4.0 Consortium Meeting

The Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute (GTMI) hosted the second Georgia Tech Manufacturing 4.0 Consortium meeting on November 9, 2023 at the GTMI/Callaway Research building. The event activities included an overview of consortium goals, objectives and by-laws. Presentations on AMPF future factory layout, factory architecture, data management, and cybersecurity were made. A networking lunch with Georgia Tech faculty, students, and industry attendees concluded the event.

Corsortium Mtg Aug 30-2023

First Georgia Tech Manufacturing 4.0 Consortium Meeting

The Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute (GTMI) hosted the first Georgia Tech Manufacturing 4.0 Consortium meeting on August 30, 2023. The event activities included an overview of the Consortium goals and objectives, GT Postdoctoral Students and Researchers lightning talks, a tour of the Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility (AMPF) and live demonstrations. View the agenda.

Group Tours

Sixth National MBE Manufacturers Summit

The Sixth National MBE Manufacturers Summit was held, August 13-15, 2023, at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center in Atlanta, Georgia.

This national annual event brings leading Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) manufacturers together from around the country to acquire new knowledge, analyze global market trends and meet one-on-one with corporations and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Pictured are tours held at the Georgia Tech Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility for MBE participants.

TCSG group photo

Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) Day at AMPF

Georgia Tech hosted a half day open house at the Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility (AMPF) on May 31, 2023, to discuss GA-AIM programs and workforce development opportunities at AMPF and to discuss creating internship/Co-Op pathways within the TCSG community at AMPF. The event included a tour of the AMPF and live demonstrations, overview of the GA-AIM, AMPF, and TCSG participants Q&A discussions.

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GA-AIM Kickoff

GA AI Manufacturing (GA-AIM) Kickoff Meeting

Georgia Tech hosted the GA-AIM Kickoff 2-Day event at the Roof of Ponce City Market and the GT Global Learning Center on October 6-7, 2022. The event consisted of introductory presentations about the program, projects overview and industry breakout sessions to discuss leveraging GA-AIM to Impact local communities and defining the role of industry in GA-AIM’s future.

Touring the Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility

Georgia Manufacturing 4.0 Consortium Kickoff/Open House

The Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute (GTMI) hosted an open house to celebrate the launch of the Georgia Manufacturing 4.0 Consortium. The event took place inside Georgia Tech’s Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility (AMPF) on April 14, 2022. The 20,000 square foot research and development facility is located on Georgia Tech’s campus.

AMPF open house activities included an informational session, tour, equipment demos, and networking reception. Attendees from more than 45 companies learned how to engage with the Georgia manufacturing community through workforce development programs, technology pilot programs, and research activities to innovate and accelerate secure integration of Industry 4.0 technologies into Georgia manufacturing.

Georgia Manufacturing 4.0 – Industry Listening Day 2022

On February 11, 2022, Georgia Tech held an Industry Listening Day on the topic of Georgia Manufacturing 4.0—the adoption of Industry 4.0 (i4.0) technologies across Georgia’s manufacturing sector. More than150 participants attended the two-hour virtual workshop focused on the needs of industry stakeholders. The workshop consisted of introductory presentations on the current state of manufacturing in Georgia followed by plenary and breakout discussions designed to gather input from industry participants. Participants used an online collaboration platform to brainstorm responses to several focus questions and vote on highest priority results. Georgia Tech plans to use workshop outputs as part of a larger effort for the Build Back Better Regional Challenge to help Georgia manufacturers adopt i4.0 technologies.