Manufacturing in America 2023 is a massive trade show hosted by Siemens and Electro-Matic, and joined by over 3,700 manufacturing executives, engineers, and enthusiasts inside Ford Field in downtown Detroit. Attendees learn about the newest technologies, share best practices and ideas, and be a part of advancing the future of manufacturing via workshops, seminars, exhibitors, etc. Below is a list of some exhibitors you can find in the Brush Street Concourse:
Booth 501 Centrepolis Accelerator at LTU
The Industry 4.0 Accelerator is the first of its kind in the United States.Powered by Centrepolis at Lawrence Tech University and Lean Rocket Lab in Jackson Backed by a $1.3M strategic Industry 4.0 investment fund In partnership with Michigan's top OEM's and downstream suppliers.
Booth 502 CSIA
The Control System Integrators Association (CSIA) is a non-profit, professional association with a mission to advance the control system integration industry for the benefit of its members and their clients. Through business best practices, training and networking, CSIA strives to improve the business capabilities of its members.
Booth 503 Michigan Manufacturers Association
To empower, inspire & support. To assist, challenge & grow. To advocate,strengthen & encourage. MMA has a proven track record & unwavering commitment to serve Michigan manufacturers through legislative advocacy,workforce development, education, training, networking, cost savings & more.
As MMA members, manufacturers can tap into a professional network &resources to help grow businesses, address challenges, & create a sense of unity with other manufacturers.
Booth 504 Wayne State University
Wayne State University is a premier research university in the heart of Detroit.The Division of Engineering Technology at Wayne State University was founded in 1973 and offers both undergraduate (upper-division: junior and senior level) and graduate programs. It stresses the application of current technology to typical industrial problems.
Booth 505 Washtenaw Community College
Reach your goals. Whatever your goals may be, Washtenaw Community Collège can help you reach them. Whether you’re starting college to earn your degree, advance or start your career, earning your GED or looking for classes to enrich your life, we have a place for you.
Booth 506 University of Toledo
Our College of Engineering stands out from other universities. We are one of only eight programs in the U.S. that requires co-ops for engineering science undergraduates. Our students graduate with a year’s worth of paid industry experience. Many find jobs before they graduate. All of our bachelor's degrees are accredited by ABET. We also offer traditional engineering master’s degree and Ph.D. programs, as well as graduate certificates and a part-time online master's program for working professionals.
Booth 507 SUNY Delhi
Mechatronics gives you the skills to design, build, and troubleshoot smart industrial systems. Our cutting-edge program equips you with an incredible breadth of skills in the high-demand fields of innovative automation and manufacturing, preparing you to step directly into high-paying jobs in a variety of industries. As the first Mechatronics bachelor’s degree in the nation, we truly set you up for success.
#MiA23 is free to attend, but registration is required to take part in over 100 technical seminars and over 50 exhibits focused on emerging automation, digitalization, controls, and drive technologies within this evolving industry. Register TODAY at attendmia.com!