Workforce Development

Thomas Malone (left) is director of the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence and the Patrick J. McGovern Professor of Management. Daniela Rus is director of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, the Andrew and Erna Viterbi Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and a member of the MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future. Courtesy: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
AI and Machine Learning January 25, 2021

How artificial intelligence will change work

MIT researchers offer insight on the challenges and potential of artificial intelligence (AI) and how they will change the nature of work.

By MIT Task Force on the Work of the Future
IIoT, Industrie 4.0 December 14, 2020

How to acquire trained talent through new learning opportunities

A shift toward engineering design will require proficiency in new tools developed through the training of current workers as well as the attraction of digitally fit new hires

By Laura Mabikafola
Courtesy: Matrix Technologies Inc.
System Integrators December 13, 2020

How to build a business case

Achieve that go/no-go decision and avoid killing a project before it begins

By Ryan Courtney
Courtesy: SAP
Business of Engineering November 22, 2020

How to maximize people power with digital capabilities

Why human capital is key to prospering in the new manufacturing normal

By Johannes Papst
Mark T. Hoske is content manager, Control Engineering, CFE Media and Technology, mhoske@cfemedia.com. Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology
Cybersecurity November 8, 2020

Think again about measurements, logic, actions

A world with a pandemic can benefit from control engineering to measure, apply logic, and take actions in a transparent way, then repeat and optimize. Cybersecurity, remote connections, digital twins, artificial intelligence, training, and challenging old information all can help.

By Mark T. Hoske
A prototype system to provide workplace training using augmented reality is under development at Purdue University with support from the National Science Foundation. Courtesy: Jared Pike, Purdue University
AI and Machine Learning October 30, 2020

How augmented, virtual reality can reduce manufacturing skills gap

A Purdue team has entered a cooperative agreement with the National Science Foundation (NSF) to create an augmented and virtual reality experience prototype called Skill-XR to reduce manufacturing's skills gap.

By Jared Pike
Show yourself in an interesting work setting to help inspire next-generation engineers: Submit a photo and explanation of you at work with an intelligent, interesting, descriptive, useful caption (25-250 words) with appropriate permissions, at www.controleng.com/author-agreement. Top left: Beckhoff Automation training panel; bottom left: Leeson cutaway of a washdown motor, middle Honeywell burner management; and right, Siemens safety in motion. Courtesy: Mark T. Hoske, Control Engineering
Business of Engineering October 10, 2020

Control Engineering subscribers at work

Contribute your image and caption to add to this Control Engineering subscribers-at-work article; write an article for 2021 and vote for the best products.

By Mark T. Hoske
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology
Business of Engineering September 16, 2020

Eight tips to stand out at a virtual career fair

Making meaningful connections requires planning and research requires a little extra planning and preparation when it comes to a virtual career fair and a slightly different mindset.

By Becca Harrison
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology
Events and Awards September 2, 2020

CFE Media and Technology Announces Virtual Training Week for Engineers

CFE Media and Technology (CFE) is excited to announce the Virtual Training Week for Engineers during the week of Oct. 5, 2020, which will bring together industry leaders, technical experts and market research firms to provide engineers a unique continuing education opportunity.

By CFE Media
Courtesy: Rice University
Educational July 22, 2020

Health students not hampered by distance, COVID-19 in innovation

Rice University, Malawi students design devices to help keep medical workers, public safe from COVID-19.

By Mike Williams