Read Time: 6 minutes Implementing smart technologies encourages new approaches to inventory and resource management. Learn more about the smart factory now!
Category Manufacturing & Engineering
What do cell phones, t-shirts, airplanes, the golden gate bridge and the empire state building have in common? They’re products of the manufacturing and engineering industries!
From robotics to infrastructure to project management, Schooled By Science — the easy to understand science blog — is discussing all things manufacturing and engineering! Have you ever wondered what is going to happen next with robotic automation, how 3D printing is impacting the construction industry, or what challenges logistic specialist are facing today? If so, you are in the right place!
According to the National Association of Manufacturers, manufacturing made up $2.38 trillion of the United States economy in 2018, accounting for 11.4 % of the GDP. Engineering historically contributes about 2.4% of the United States’ revenue and is expected to grow an additional 3% this year according to IBISWorld.
Schooled By Science was created as the brainchild of my love of writing and all things science. My goal is to break down interesting manufacturing and engineering discoveries and trends into easy to understand blog posts!
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Read Time: 5 minutes Supply chain automation has the ability to change the industry as we know it. Several advances in modern technology will disrupt the industry as we know it.
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Read Time: 5 minutes We are in the midst of industrial revolution 4.0. You need to educate yourself, make changes and adapt, before your job is obsolete.