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Gwinnett Technical College

5150 Sugarloaf Parkway

The Busbee Center - Building 700

Lawrenceville, Georgia 30043

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Manufacturing Growth Educational Series*

Location: Gwinnett Technical College | Lawrenceville, GA

Lunch is Included in the registration price. Seating is limited to 40 total people and no more than 5 people per company.

Uses and Benefits of Smart Glass on the Shop Floor

What if there was a way to achieve double-digit improvements in quality, availability, and the performance of manual operations.

Manufacturers across the country are now utilizing smart glass (i.e. Google Glass) technology to drastically improve their shop floor operations. The technology is quick to implement, easy to use, affordable, and has demonstrated significant results. During this lunch-n-learn, you will:

  • Learn how complex work instructions can be presented in simple, visual, and easy-to-follow steps

  • Gain quick training on how to control them through smart glasses

  • Brainstorm uses and benefits and identify concerns or challenges

  • Get first-hand experience using smart glass with digital work instructions and inspection procedures

Event includes lunch, networking, presentation, and Q&A.

Series Partners: GaMEP at Georgia Tech, Gwinnett Technical College

Speaker: Alain Descartes, Gemba Systems Inc.

Alain Decartes has over three decades of global experience in communication and information technology for companies such as Unisys and Hewlett Packard. In his current role, Alain develops and executes marketing and business development strategies for manufacturing solutions that empower the shop floor workforce with advanced technologies, such as smart glasses and internet of things applications, resulting in higher quality, improved availability, and increased productivity. Alain obtained a MSc in Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering degree from the Faculté Polytechnique de Mons in Belgium.

*This quarterly lunch and learn educational series will deliver actionable tips and tools of the trade specifically designed to help Georgia Manufacturers grow their business.

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