DEX Keynote – Industry 4.0: The Era of Digital Manufacturing
OTTO Motors CEO to speak to the Canadian opportunities of IIoT technology investment.
DEX Expo Kitchener
October 11, 2017
425 Bingemans Centre Dr.
DEX Expo Morning Keynote – 9:10 am
What does Industry 4.0 mean for the Canadian economy? What does it mean for your operation? At DEX Expo Kitchener (October 11th, 2017), Matt Rendall, CEO of OTTO Motors, will showcase where Canadian manufacturing lies on the global map and discuss why now is a pivotal moment in time to invest in Industry 4.0 capabilities. Discover how risk, human capital and connectivity play a critical role in the Industry 4.0 movement and understand how investment in emerging technologies will be paramount to advancing the Canadian economy and your operation.
Matt Rendall is CEO and Co-Founder of OTTO Motors, a division of Clearpath Robotics Inc., where he is responsible for driving the strategic commercialization of industrial self-driving vehicles and setting the overarching vision for the company. Matt’s company, Clearpath Robotics, became a leader in unmanned vehicles for R&D within 18 months of inception. Capitalizing on its technology and success, Matt expanded the business into the industrial market with the launch of OTTO Motors in 2016; the division provides self-driving vehicles designed exclusively for indoor material transport. Matt’s thought leadership has won him accolades including EY Entrepreneur of the Year award for Young Entrepreneurs and Business Insider’s Top 40 Under 40.
The Design Engineering Expo (DEX) is a series of one day regional table-top tradeshows where engineers, product developers, machine builders and systems integrators can discuss, network and solicit advice on the latest technologies and applications that drive their businesses.