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Introduction to Industry 4.0 and Technologies

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Learn how manufacturing is transformed by the key technologies of Industry 4.0.

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This is the second module in a series of training content to prepare students for the upcoming ASME XRC Challenge:  Sustainability Innovations for Ocean Cleanup, hosted by ASME and in partnership with and sponsored by Autodesk.

Industry 4.0 is transforming how we manufacture, manage, and interact with products and services. The key technologies that are driving this pivotal evolution are: artificial intelligence, internet of things, cloud computing, robotics and automation, integrated CAD/CAM, cybersecurity, simulation, virtual reality, additive manufacturing and much more. 
 
In this module you will learn: 

  • The history of the major industrial revolutions. 
  • What is industry 4.0 and the remaining challenges from industry 3.0.
  • Top technologies that comprise industry 4.0 and practical examples of how they are used in real-world applications. 
  • The pace of change for industry 4.0 and skills required at each stage. 
  • The skills gaps for the three critical roles in manufacturing.
  • How future generations will enact the change.

Who Should Attend?
This module is intended for participants of the ASME XRC Challenge:  Sustainability Innovations for Ocean Cleanup, as well as undergraduate, graduate and early-career engineers who are interested in design for engineering.

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Autodesk’s mission is to empower innovators with design and make technology so they can achieve the new possible.

The ASME XRC Challenge: Sustainability Innovations for Ocean Cleanup is hosted by ASME and in partnership with and sponsored by Autodesk.

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