In this course, learners will be introduced to the concept of Digital Twins, learn how it is applied in manufacturing, and what businesses should consider as they decide to implement this technology. Considerations include information technology infrastructure, the business value of implementing Digital Twins, and what needs to happen across the organization to ensure successful implementation.
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About the Digital Technologies and the Future of Manufacturing Specialization
Digital technologies are fundamentally transforming every aspect of the value chain in manufacturing, logistics, and management consulting. In this course series, you’ll learn the basics behind some of these breakthrough technologies and their business applications, including improved productivity, quality, and cycle-time benefits within manufacturing and logistics. Challenges and risks for businesses will also be addressed.
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