Michael Horth is a Senior Controls Engineer at Applied Manufacturing Technologies. Recognized by Plant Engineering as a “2021 Engineering Leader Under 40,” Horth was nominated by the AMT management for the significant contributions to the company’s success as an integral part of AMT’s systems integration group. Horth received his bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Ohio Northern University. While he had originally intended to work in the mechanical design department at AMT, Horth found that he loved programming, first in robotics and then later in simulation and PLCs.
Custom algorithm used to solve challenges with robotic layer forming and de-tray system
AMT and Gojo Industries, Inc. worked together to create two robotic cells to function in part with their conveyor system, a de-tray operation and a layer forming system.
Three career tips for engineers
Engineering Leaders Under 40 winner Michael Horth offers advice for young engineers on how to succeed and thrive in the workforce.