Indian Institute of Science (ICC) Bangalore submits applications for advanced certification program in digital manufacturing and smart factories. The five-month course was launched in partnership with TalentSprint. There are a total of 50 seats for the Postgraduate (PG) course.
The program covers topics such as Product Design and Manufacturing, Mechanical Engineering, Electronic Systems Engineering, Material Engineering, Computer Science and Automation.
Candidates must complete a BE or ME, BTech or MTech, or equivalent degree with one year of experience in the relevant field. The course is suitable for professionals in the manufacturing industry, primarily in strategic and managerial roles.
It is also suitable for professionals in automotive, product design, materials, mechanics and system design activities in automotive, aviation, FMCG, pharmaceutical equipment manufacturing, energy, metallurgy and mining, and oil and gas.
Applicants will learn from IISc faculty and experts and gain hands-on experience in lab demonstrations and practice using digital tools in IISc Smart Factory Labs.
“The digital manufacturing industry is growing and is expected to reach $ 767.82 billion by 2025. India, among other countries, sees manufacturing as crucial to the country’s digital transformation strategy. With the reconsideration of modern factories, there is a growing demand for professionals with new technologies to guide the digital transformation of the sector. ”
The curriculum covers digital production, electronics and mechatonics, IOT, robotics, IE, ML, analytics, cyber security, R, VR, MR and haptics to name a few.
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