Learners will create a roadmap to achieve their own personal goals related to the digital manufacturing and design (DM&D) profession, which will help them leverage relevant opportunities. The culminating project provides a tangible element to include in their professional portfolios that showcases their knowledge of Industry 4.0.
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It was a great experience and everyone interested in Industry 4.0 should take this specialization. Especially, mechanical engineers and industrial engineers as well as engineering technicians.
Very Good course; Dr. Ken English is excellent professor among DMD specialization 4 courses he taught and its great way to enjoy his teaching. Thank you Dr. Ken English
The course is giving valuable inputs to the students. It allows to form further options to investigate the topic and gives clear understating which path to choose.
Excellent overview of the topic. Indeed it was worth studing. Some application part should also be inncluded which gives some hands on experience of the subject.
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