Indiana sets its sights on becoming the nation’s leading production center as manufacturing embraces Industry 4.0, the next stage of the industrial revolution that, among other advances, will marry robotics and the human workforce.
Four companies from northern Indiana are among 34 from around the state receiving a share of nearly $3 million in state manufacturing grants.
Conexus Indiana is seeking nominees for the inaugural Conexus Rising 30.
Conexus Indiana and Ivy Tech launched what they say is the nation’s first training program for commercial truck drivers covered by federal student loans.
Two manufacturers from Northwest Indiana are among 20 recipients of a new state grant program designed to spark investment in manufacturing.
Applications now are being accepted from Indiana manufacturers to be considered for a share of $4 million through the Manufacturing Readiness Grant Program.
Education, engagement, talent development, teamwork and informed insight, along with infrastructure, keep the Region heading in the right direction logistically, experts say.
Emphasis on logistics and infrastructure bringing the region significant returns on investment Indiana designated “Crossroads of America” as the official state motto in 1937. The slogan began as a nickname for Indianapolis because it’s the hub for several interstate highways that crisscross the state. Those highways connect Hoosiers to the rest of the country. Ten […]