Smart technologies are changing how enterprises conduct their business.
Sometimes called industry 4.0 (i4.0), changes to work practice and new business models are evolving in many industries, and with change comes new opportunities. The Centre for Digital Enterprise (C4DE) functions as a hub to share and disseminate information about i4.0 technologies and their implementation in Australian business.
Our mission is to take the best applied research in smart technologies and focus it to create expert workforce training that can be delivered in the workplace. In order to support your business, the C4DE shares case studies; runs community events and forums; shares knowledge on digital technologies; provides training resources and support for i4.0 technologies, innovation and digital disruption; and connects industry with applied research opportunities.
The Centre for Digital Enterprise is a partnership between RMIT University, Wodonga TAFE and Sunraysia Institute of TAFE, working together to support both city and regional businesses.
How everything is connected:
A look at the technology powering industry 4.0
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