CEO and Co-Founder
LM Industries Inc.
John B. Rogers, Jr. is the CEO and co-founder of LM Industries, a technology company that designs, builds and sells vehicles and other high-technology products in partnership with other global manufacturers. This disruptive company is redefining the rapid development of connected hardware by pairing advanced manufacturing with open innovation tools. LM Industries is the first company to utilize Direct Digital Manufacturing (DDM), as evidenced when it debuted the world’s first 3D-printed car, the Strati, in September of 2014. Currently the Company is working on its latest creation, Olli, an urban speed, cognitive, electric, shuttle. Rogers founded LM after serving for seven years in the United States Marine Corps, where he was an Infantry Company Commander. He has worked as a consultant for McKinsey & Co., as an investment analyst at Ewing & Partners, and at a startup medical device company in the People’s Republic of China. He serves as the Chief Investment Officer and Director of the RBR Foundation, a philanthropic foundation focused on education and healthcare. A graduate of Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Rogers holds a Masters in Business Administration from Harvard Business School (Baker Scholar).
Making Mobility: Learn how a Digital OEM harnesses disruptive models to meet demand and to unlock new markets
TUESDAY, 6/18, 2:00 pM // TECH THEATER
Most manufacturing systems of today are stuck in the past – they’re inefficient and don’t readily deliver what consumers want or need. This keynote will explore how an innovative digital OEM can meet those needs (such as product customization), unlock new markets, and produce products in a wholly new and agile way by using advanced technology such as 3D printing and locally-based microfactories. Jay Rogers, CEO and Co-Founder of LM Industries, will point to his own experience at the company he leads to bolster this presentation.