Advanced Technology Think Tank

The 55th Advanced Technology Think Tank (ATTT 2017) is now being organized for June 2-5, 2017 to provide a forum to provide leading experts and specialists in productivity-enhancing technologies an opportunity to meet annually in an informal setting to share concepts and new technologies among fellow colleagues on how industry can become more productive and meet and beat the challenges of global competition.

For more than 50 years, delegates have gathered from around the world to share their insights and experiences.

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ATTT Mission: To provide leading experts and specialists in productivity-enhancing technologies an opportunity to meet annually in an informal setting to share concepts and new technologies among fellow colleagues on how industry can become more productive and meet and beat the challenges of global competition.

Annual ATTT Forum

The 55th Advanced Technology Think Tank (ATTT) in 2017

 

Friday, June 2 from at 1:00 PM to Monday, June 5, 2017 at 12:00 PM (EDT) - A Long Weekend ... With the Sessions Saturday & Sunday.

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Chippawa Cottage Resort

c/o Don & Janet Dunn
835 Chippawa Rd
Barry's Bay, ON K0J 1B0
Canada

(off Hwy 62 North of Combermere)

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ATTT Founder - Steve F. Krar

·     Steve F. Krar co-founded the Advanced Technology Think Tank in 1962 (over 50 years ago) with a small group of technology educators. His vision was to provide a casual atmosphere where ideas could be shared and technology could be explored. Steve has had a renowned career dedicated to technology, education, publishing, manufacturing and youth. A summary of his past includes:

  • 21 years teaching machine trades and Director of Technology in Ontario.
  • 10 years on the technical teacher training summer staff, Ontario College of Education, University of Toronto.

·      Mr. Krar has been coordinator of a group of 30 authors who, over the past 50 years, have written or co-written 80 books (Machine Tool, Manufacturing Technology, and Lean Manufacturing principles) with translations in four languages; total circulation over 1,000,000 copies sold to date

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