Enterprises that seek to become proficient in advanced manufacturing must incorporate manufacturing management tools and integrate data throughout the supply chain to be successful. This course will make students aware of what a digitally connected enterprise is, as they learn about the operational complexity of enterprises, business process optimization and the concept of an integrated product-process-value chain.
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University at Buffalo
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TOP REVIEWS FROM ADVANCED MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISE
As a beginner to advance manufacturing, this course thought about various aspects and manufacturing processes and how well a enterprise is setup to meet the customers requirements.
It is great experience while doing this course. Learned bundle of things and my instructor SARA BEHDAD has explained very well. Thanks, but i really want a session from her.
It's a very nice course, I learned a lot. The only point for improvement is that the links are not updated. very old links that are not available anymore.
Pretty much the same concepts as discussed in one of the previous courses of the Specialization. The lecturer is as good as the ones previously.
About the Digital Manufacturing & Design Technology Specialization
Whether you’re a high school graduate exploring manufacturing careers, or an operations manager hungry for an understanding of the newest manufacturing technologies, this specialization will provide a foundation in how digital advances are changing the landscape and capabilities of factories. Nine courses – developed with input from the manufacturing industry – touch on Industry 4.0 and its components, including digital manufacturing and design practices, the concept of the digital thread, the Internet of Things and Big Data. To learn more about the Digital Manufacturing and Design Technology specialization, please watch the overview video by copying and pasting the following link into your web browser: https://youtu.be/wETK1O9c-CA
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