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Digitalisation Leadership Bootcamp

Driving Digitalisation Initiatives, In-person Bootcamp TUS Limerick, 9th – 12th July 2024

  • €2,500"
  • Onsite & Online

Service Description

FxC Reference Number: DTUS64972 Delivered by experts from the IDEAM Research Institute at TUS Limerick. The Certificate in Leadership in Digitalisation of Manufacturing was developed with industry to demonstrate the value and potential of Digitalisation of Manufacturing and to equip Engineers and Managers with the knowledge to drive digital transformation in their companies. Objectives • To promote the need for change and the requirements for companies to undertake digital transformation within their enterprise. • To evaluate and discuss the appropriate digital technologies and revised work structures to add value to their organisation. • To provide direction towards the development of a digitalisation strategy relevant to the learners functional area of an organization. Structure The programme delivers an evidence-driven series of Topics and Workshops, with the focus going beyond the discussion of technology solutions to business value and new business models and skillsets. Topics include; Digital Maturity, New Business Models, Data Acquisition and Visualisation, Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence, Smart Maintenance, Smart Industrial Control Systems, Collaborative Robotic Systems, & Digital Twins in Production. The lecture series is supported by perspectives from industry practitioners and researchers, who will illustrate the topic with relevant case studies, technology overviews and best practice approaches. During and following the Bootcamp, the learners will be coached through the development of a specific digitalisation initiative in their organisation. Based on the identification of an specific problem statement, relevant use-case and potential technological solution, the learner will scope out the innovation required, the baseline data availability and the potential for added-value from advanced digitalisation. The principal entry requirement for the Certificate programme is a Level 8 honours degree, at minimum second class honours (NFQ or other internationally recognised equivalent), in a relevant discipline. A deep knowledge of manufacturing environments and the potential benefits and challenges facing manufacturing from digitalisation would be beneficial. An initial meeting can be booked through the portal, where further details, learning outcomes, assignments, and logistics will be provided.

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