DASI Solutions Co-Owner, David Darbyshire, to Participate in Workforce Development Panel Discussion at Big M in Detroit
Local Company Continues Involvement with Education in the Areas of Technology and Engineering
PONTIAC, MI, May 19, 2015 –DASI Solutions, will be participating two-fold in The Big M Manufacturing Convergence taking place June 2-4 at COBO Center in Detroit. Not only will the company be an exhibitor, demonstrating the latest developments in SOLIDWORKS 3D CAD software and Stratasys 3D printing technology, but David Darbyshire, Engineer and Co-Owner, will be participating in the Modeling, Simulation and Visualization Workforce panel discussion with Automation Alley.
David Darbyshire has a passion for helping to develop the Michigan engineering and manufacturing workforce, and in 2014, DASI Solutions was named “Education Advocate of the Year” by the Auburn Hills Chamber of Commerce. Darbyshire will share a unique viewpoint as part of the panel, having recently designed an Apprenticeship Program for Industrial Design Technicians which was approved by the U.S. Department of Labor.
“Training has always been a key element of DASI’s business model, keeping our customers productive with their technology investment,” said David Darbyshire. “Leveraging that training to help build and empower the ever-growing workforce in the Great Lakes region was just the next logical step in our continued commitment to the community and our own company’s development.”
The Big M is a solution-focused and innovation-centric conference that connects people, technologies and solutions to accelerate business. Hundreds of manufacturing owners, engineers, developers and designers are expected to be in attendance. The panel discussion will be held in room 140F at 3:15 p.m. on Wednesday, June 3. To register to attend The Big M, visit bigMevent.com or call 800-733-4763. While at the event, be sure to stop by the DASI booth, #715.