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Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): MQTT Protocol Layer – Digital Badge

Step into Industry 4.0 with the IIoT: MQTT Protocol Layer micro-badge. Explore the intricacies of smart factory communication and understand the applications of the MQTT protocol, a cornerstone of modern industrial operations. Whether you’re an engineer, IT manager, or supervisor, this micro-badge is your key to unlocking the potential of IoT in manufacturing.

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT): Industrial Data Flow – Digital Badge

Unlock the secrets of Industry 4.0 with the IIoT: Factory Data Flow micro-badge. From the history of the Industrial Revolution to the digitization of manufacturing, dive into the evolution of smart manufacturing and the pivotal role played by machine-to-machine communication.

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) with MQTT Protocol – Digital Badge

Unlock the power of Industry 4.0 with the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) with MQTT Protocol Badge. Dive into the heart of Smart Manufacturing and MQTT communication, and discover how to equip factory operations with cutting-edge technology.

Materials Science for Technological Applications – Microelectronics

This specialization provides introductory knowledge and understanding of key concepts in Materials Science that are vital to roles in the microelectronics industry. Some of the position titles that may benefit from this course include Materials Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Aerospace Engineer, Materials Quality Control.

Operations and Supply Chain Management

Explore supply chain management topics, including environmental, project, and supply chain processes. It is designed for working professionals with some exposure to supply chain topics, including those in the microelectronics industry.

Materials Science for Advanced Technological Applications – Microelectronics

This advanced specialization extends upon the initial Materials Science specialization. Multiple roles in the micro electronics industry will benefit from the knowledge contained in this specialization, including Materials Engineer, Chemical Engineer, Electrical Engineer and Materials Quality Control.

Rapid Prototyping and Tooling Specialization – Microelectronics

This specialization teaches how to make effective prototypes, an essential skill in the microelectronics industry and advanced manufacturing.The specialization addresses fundamentals of prototype design, highlighting best practices for different materials and manufacturing equipment.

Rapid Prototyping Using 3D Printing – Microelectronics

This specialization will help learners to understand how prototyping can be accelerated in microelectronics and beyond through the use of 3D printing. Learners who complete this specialization will obtain a rich understanding of the key roles of prototyping in engineering and product development processes and how to use various types of 3D printing technologies.

Logistics in the Supply Chain

Excellent logistics managers are essential to helping enterprises in the microelectronics industry understand each link in their supply chain. This class focuses on the history, importance, and process of transnational logistics, as well as the different delivery modes and the laws that apply to them.

Semiconductor Packaging – Microelectronics

This specialization, jointly developed by ASU and Intel, provides a foundational understanding of semiconductor packaging is, how packaging is designed and made, and how it works to finish, connect and protect functional parts.