Webinar - Advanced Education in Industry 4.0 Can Offer Career Benefits, Opportunities to Engineers
Industry 4.0, as many in and outside the industry call it, is an evolution toward interconnectivity, automation, machine learning and decisions based on real-time data acquisition. From 3D printing to artificial intelligence and expanded robotics use, people who work in manufacturing, production, product and process design and management of these industries face a sea change.

Individuals who understand these emerging technologies and the industry’s data-driven direction are in demand. According to a frequently referenced report from Deloitte, 89% of manufacturers say they can’t find enough qualified candidates to fill open jobs. Notably, Deloitte’s report points out that half of manufacturing executives surveyed say certain technological skills, such as robotics and automation expertise, will be in high demand in the next few years.

Key Learnings:
  • Industry 4.0 is the next evolution in engineering.
  • Industry 4.0 focuses on: Big Data, Cyber Security, Additive Manufacturing, Machine Learning, and Sensors.
  • This is becoming a major focal point for the future of organizations.
  • Becoming educated in this field can help people take that next step in their careers.
  • Industry 4.0 allows for an organization to become more efficient.
  • Industry 4.0 allows an organization to become more secure.

About the Speaker:
Eugene Rutz, Academic Director in CEAS with responsibility for the Master of Engineering Programs, the accelerated engineering (ACCEND) programs, eLearning initiatives and high school dual enrollment programs. Research interests in teaching and learning, efficacy of technology for education, learning styles, and efficacy of educational structures.

Sam Anand is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Director of Center for Global Design and Manufacturing at the University of Cincinnati (UC). He also serves as the Director of Siemens Simulation Technology Center at UC. Prof. Anand received his MS and PhD in Industrial Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University in 1987 and 1990 respectively. He currently serves as the Associate Editor of ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering and has served as Associate Editor of SME Journal of Manufacturing Systems.

This webinar is sponsored by University of Cincinnati. To watch, please complete the form on this page.