8 Reasons to Attend Integr8 2020: The Virtual Experience

Nicole Kampe, Automation Alley
June 8, 2021
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Automation Alley’s global Industry 4.0 conference, Integr8, is back for 2020, and this year’s virtual experience is shaping up to be a must-attend event for those seeking guidance as they navigating the complexities associated with digital transformation.

Automation Alley’s global Industry 4.0 conference, Integr8, is back for 2020, and this year’s virtual experience is shaping up to be a must-attend event for those seeking guidance as they navigating the complexities associated with digital transformation. This year’s event, scheduled for Nov. 9 and 10, is expected to draw hundreds of participants from around the globe for two days of immersive content related to the smart and connected technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Whether you’re interested in learning about artificial intelligence and data analytics, the impact of 5G, machine automation, how to secure your factory from cyber threats, or preparing your workforce for the jobs of tomorrow, Integr8 has something for you. Here are eight reasons you won’t want to miss this one-of-a-kind event.

1. Integr8 is free and virtual for 2020!

Integr8’s two-day virtual format for 2020 will allow a global audience the flexibility to learn and connect from the comfort of their homes or offices. And, thanks to the support of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and our Integr8 sponsors, the conference is free this year! Register now at and don’t forget to follow @Integr8Conf on Twitter for the latest Integr8 updates.

2. Advance your knowledge and understanding of Industry 4.0 technologies.

Technology moves fast. Ensure your organization is up to date on the latest Industry 4.0 trends and emerging digital technologies to make informed strategic business decisions. Integr8’s interactive experience will feature keynotes from global technology leaders, breakout sessions on a cross-section of digital transformation topics, and a series of Industry 4.0 roundtables and immersions that dive deep into digitalization challenges and opportunities. With over 75 Industry 4.0 sessions, demos, roundtables, networking and immersion experiences, there is truly something for everyone.

3. Get inspired by Integr8 2020 keynote speakers.

Automation Alley is honored to have two visionary Industry 4.0 champions keynote Integr8 2020. On Nov. 9, Dr. Irene Petrick, Intel’s Senior Director of Industrial Innovation, will deliver a morning keynote titled “12 Strategies to Jumpstart and Sustain Digital Transformation.” On Nov. 10, Brad Keywell, co-founder of Groupon and CEO and Founder of AI firm Uptake, will give the afternoon keynote on “How Industrial Intelligence Facilitates Reliability, Quality, Safety and Sustainability” during a chat with Automation Alley’s Executive Director and CEO Tom Kelly.

4. Connect and collaborate with hundreds of tech and manufacturing professionals from around the globe.

With the pandemic continuing to keep us from hosting large-scale events, Integr8 2020 will provide plenty of opportunities to network in a virtual setting via 1-on-1 meetings, roundtables and immersions and also a virtual Industry 4.0 Expo Hall, bringing together technology and manufacturing leaders from across the globe to help influence the course of business and construct the next level of Industry 4.0.

5. Explore the latest in Industry 4.0 technologies.

See technology in action! Attend 30-minute demonstrations with an Industry 4.0 leader on both days of Integr8. In addition, the Integr8 2020 Virtual Expo Hall will allow you to visit virtual booths to learn about company offerings, message companies with your questions or ideas and make connections that will help your business move forward.

6. Hear from companies leading the digital revolution.

The best way to learn about how to successfully implement Industry 4.0 technologies is to hear from those who have been through the process before. Join roundtable sessions on both days of Integr8 to hear use cases and best practices to help your business stay competitive in the digital age.

7. Have your voice heard at our Integr8 immersions.

Your voice matters and we want to hear from you! Integr8 immersion participation will allow you to share your greatest digital transformation successes and also the most pressing challenges facing your business. Automation Alley is honored to once again partner with the World Economic Forum to convene global and regional leaders from industry, academia and government at Integr8 for these immersive conversations. Together, we can achieve what no one industry or organization can do alone.

8. Walk away with a better understanding of Industry 4.0 implementation.

Integr8 is a place where Industry 4.0 knowledge meets action. Our goal is that you leave this two-day experience not only with a better understanding of industry 4.0 adoption, but also with the connections, resources and implementation steps necessary to make Industry 4.0 a reality for you business, or take it to the next level.

Nicole Kampe, Automation Alley
Nicole Kampe, Automation Alley

Nicole Kampe is Manager of Global Content Strategy and Development at Automation Alley and is responsible for content strategy and development as it relates to Automation Alley's brand and image, including Automation Alley’s two signature initiatives: the annual Technology in Industry Report and Integr8, the global Industry 4.0 Conference. Nicole manages Automation Alley’s blog, internal media relations and creates thought leadership opportunities for the organization in the form of white papers and roadmaps in coordination with the World Economic Forum’s global network of Advanced Manufacturing Hubs. Nicole is a graduate of Oakland University and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. Prior to joining Automation Alley in 2012, Nicole was an award-winning journalist at The Oakland Press where she served as a writer, copyeditor and page designer, and was honored on multiple occasions by the Society of Professional Journalists.

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