Advanced Automotive Technology Summit
Workshop Program*

May 8, 2019
*Colocated with Aerospace Innovative Technology Summit’s workshops


14:00 – 14:30

AI in Aerospace
James Fitzgerald, VP Aerospace and Defense,
SparkCognition

The profound benefits of artificial intelligence and machine learning adoption span from the manufacturing shop floor to the end operator’s flight line. In this session, we’ll discuss tangible applications of these remarkable capabilities across multiple industries to demonstrate the “art of the possible.” Learn how your organization can maximize the value of your data at machine scale with proven solutions.

14:30 – 15:00

Mixed Reality and the New Virtual Marketplace
Stewart Rodeheaver, General, US Army (Ret), and President,
ViziTech USA
(Mixed Automotive and Aerospace Industry)

The presentation will cover Augmented and Virtual reality and how they have come together as Mixed Reality programs to change training, manufacturing and maintenance programs, forever. According to the Harvard Review, companies that are using this new method of imaging are seeing “a $20 to $1 ROI for every dollar invested this way.” Are you leaving money on the table? Take a look, and lets grow together.

15:00 – 15:30

Opportunity Zones in Birmingham: Infrastructure for Innovation
Josh Carpenter, Director – Innovation and Economic Opportunity,
City of Birmingham
(Mixed automotive and aerospace industry)

This presentation will highlight Birmingham’s 24 Opportunity Zones, including 400+ acres at the airport. Opportunity Zones provide an alternative sources of capital to produce infrastructure. Birmingham’s Opportunity Zones could be a new home for businesses looking to expand or re-locate with proximity to major highways, railroads and the airport.

15:30 – 16:00

The Evolving Battery Supply Chain: Lessons From the Field
Vivas Kumar, Principal Consultant,
Benchmark Minerals Intelligence

This presentation will cover ongoing battery metals market trends, the difficulties producers and consumers face in securing qualified supply, and actions that OEMs can take today to secure their battery materials supply chain in the face of upcoming supply/demand imbalance.

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