Digital Manufacturing & Design Technology Specialization
Neatkarīgi no tā, vai esat vidusskolas absolvents, kam interesē 3D printeri, vai pieredzējis inženieris, kurš vēlas izprast jaunākās ražošanas tehnoloģijas, šī specializācija sniegs pamatu tam, kā digitālie sasniegumi maina rūpnīcu nākotnes ainu un to iespējas.
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Šajā specializācijā ir pieejami 9 kursi:
- Digital Manufacturing & Design
- Digital Thread: Components
- Digital Thread: Implementation
- Advanced Manufacturing Process Analysis
- Intelligent Machining
- Advanced Manufacturing Enterprise
- Cyber Security in Manufacturing
- MBSE: Model-Based Systems Engineering
- Roadmap to Success in Digital Manufacturing & Design
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When you enroll in the course, you get access to all of the courses in the Specialization, and you earn a certificate when you complete the work. If you only want to read and view the course content, you can audit the course for free. If you cannot afford the fee, you can apply for financial aid.
This course is completely online, so there’s no need to show up to a classroom in person. You can access your lectures, readings and assignments anytime and anywhere via the web or your mobile device.
Time to completion can vary based on your schedule, but learners can expect to complete the Specialization in 7 to 10 months.
There is no background knowledge, in particular, that is necessary to take this course. We recommend at least a high school education and interest in how an idea becomes a prototype, a prototype becomes a product, and a product becomes a consumable.
We strongly urge you begin by taking the following three courses first, in this order: Digital Manufacturing & Design, Digital Thread: Components, and Digital Thread: Implementation. The MBSE: Model-Based Systems Engineering course should be taken at the very end. Everything in between may be taken in any order desired.
Upon Specialization completion, you will have determined your skill levels in relation to the digital manufacturing and design industry, identified a future manufacturing career path that you are interested in pursuing, and examined the community in which you live to recognize and embark on the opportunities that exist. Additionally, you will gain the confidence to have intelligent, fact-based dialogues, either in informal or professional conversations, about:
· How advances in technology are shaping the “factory of the future” in a new phase of industrial revolution popularly referred to as “Industry 4.0,” which encompasses the Internet of Things (IoT). The fusion of technologies resulting in IoT will make our lives more exciting, intelligent, interactive and innovative than ever before!
· Social factors like the US-China trade imbalance and accelerated technology obsolescence that are driving the need for disruptive innovation in the manufacturing world.
· The world of the “Digital Thread,” where design of a new product and its manufacturing can occur simultaneously (instead of in sequence), resulting in significantly faster product launches, superior quality and competitive prices.
· The unimaginably large amount of data that the next generation of manufacturing will handle, and how “super computers” and “high power computing” will be able to transform it into actionable information with ease, speed and accuracy.
· How robots are used to make rapid and reliable decisions, consequently making the production shop floor into an “Intelligent Machining” environment.