Computers and computation are increasingly used for business — whether by the desk-worker typing a report, or by the research and development team analyzing huge sets of data for a new product.
According to a recent survey from Manufacturing Engineering’s Advanced Manufacturing Opportunities Report, half of companies are already using computation and information technology and digital manufacturing.
Using computers opens up lots of new possibilities that could help companies improve products and processes, such as connecting machines so they work smarter and better.
But this increased reliance on computers also means companies need to work to stay ahead of the curve and avoid potential vulnerabilities, such as hacking and data breach.
The University of Louisville can help your company adapt to this change by harnessing the power of computational technologies. Our researchers have deep expertise in the world of computational innovation, including:
Percentage of companies already using information technologies and digital manufacturing, according to a survey for Manufacturing Engineering’s Advanced Manufacturing Opportunities Report.