Waves of digitization have been coursing through the manufacturing sector, creating new opportunities. Digital technologies are rapidly transforming the design, production, operation, and use of items as diverse as cars, workout clothes, and light bulbs. The changes have huge implications for industries and places, workers, and entrepreneurs.
To explore these implications, the Metro Program, in partnership with the city of Fremont, Calif., convened its second advanced industries regional workshop last week in Silicon Valley—the world focal point for the digitization of everything.
Such digitization is now so ubiquitous as to practically define the nation’s critical advanced industries sector, including manufacturing.
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