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Ira Moskowitz is the Chief Executive Officer of the ARM Institute, a national, government-funded consortium zof over 385 organizations representing the entire ecosystem of the U.S. robotics industry. The ARM Institute’s mission is to accelerate the adoption of automation and AI technologies, the foundations of all advanced manufacturing activity. ARM leverages a consortium of partners across industry, academia and government to make robots and artificial intelligence more accessible to U.S. manufacturers, train and empower the workforce, and help the nation become more resilient and globally competitive. Formerly, Mr. Moskowitz served as Director of Advanced Manufacturing Programs for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. He led the state’s efforts for manufacturing innovation, overseeing the Massachusetts Manufacturing Innovation Initiative (M2I2), a $100 million economic development program affiliated with Manufacturing USA®. Previously, Mr. Moskowitz spent 30 years managing global semiconductor technology and manufacturing including wafer fabrication, assembly and test in the U.S., Europe and Asia. Most recently, he was the Vice President and General Manager of U.S. Operations at Analog Devices, responsible for the company’s domestic semiconductor manufacturing. Prior to Analog Devices, Mr. Moskowitz was employed by AT&T Bell Labs in the Electronics Technology Area where he was named a Distinguished Member of Technical Staff, the highest technical designation at Bell Labs. Mr. Moskowitz has presented and published numerous materials on manufacturing operations and technology. He has served on government committees including the Manufacturing USA Scale-Up Task Team, the Board of Directors of the Advanced Functional Fabrics of America, and the Leadership Council of the American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics. Mr. Moskowitz holds an MBA in Finance and International Business from New York University, an MS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from M.I.T., and a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Rochester.
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