Technology is transforming manufacturing into something completely different than what it was 10 years ago mdash and is quickly changing the expectations for individual manufacturers and their workers

Technology is transforming manufacturing into something completely different than what it was 10 years ago — and is quickly changing the expectations for individual manufacturers and their workers.

How Technology is Changing Manufacturing -- and the Workforce

To keep up with the pace of change in design, production, and performance – understand how it works Acknowledge the consumer From CMMS to IoT Products becoming “Smart” Closing the skills gap

Manufacturing accounts for an impressive $2.17 trillion of the U.S. economy, and despite the common misconception manufacturing is expanding in the U.S. -- up by over 27% since 2009. It’s a segment of the overall economy that has seen its significant ups and downs over the years though, from offshoring to job cuts: manufacturing is influenced by major economic developments and broad international

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