Austin Locke


Austin is a senior leader in our data science and artificial intelligence organization where he has spent the last 10 years leading Kalypso’s clients through transformational initiatives.

Austin Locke, Principal | Kalypso

As one of the founding members of Kalypso’s digital capability, he has expertise across the digital thread and hands-on experience delivering value from IoT, analytics, machine learning, and digital twins.

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Austin leads Kalypso’s smart connected products offering globally and is focused on helping clients achieve new levels of control, optimization, and autonomy for their products and services. He has an extensive set of experiences across the industries Kalypso serves, including medical device, consumer packaged goods, and industrial/high tech.

As part of Rockwell Automation, Austin’s expertise in IoT and data science are being applied to some of manufacturing’s most difficult challenges. He is currently leading projects in closed loop process control with ML, digital twins (simulation/emulation), extended reality (XR), and industrial IoT (IIoT).

Outside of Kalypso

Austin most enjoys spending time with his three young children. He’s an avid golfer with little time to golf (see: three young children) and a lifelong fan of America’s most disappointing football team. He has a passion for entrepreneurship and innovation and owns a startup in the furniture industry.

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  • MBA - University of Utah

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From Automation to Autonomy: Making the Move in CPG

Enabled by advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, more CPG companies are accelerating their adoption of autonomous manufacturing to solve complex production challenges. Edith Trevino and Austin Locke discuss.

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