Tuesday, August 30, 2005

ASME Study Identifies Six Engineering Trends

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers issued a new report, "Six Strategic Issues Shaping the Global Future of Mechanical Engineering," conducted by the Institute for Alternative Futures and supervised by ASME's Strategic Issues, Opportunities and Knowledge Committee.The report identified six strategic issues of concern to engineers:

  • Global harmonization of standards
  • Technology innovation networks, or clusters
  • Applying the "systems thinking" concept. Seeing the "big picture" of a project and not just one's own part of it - to achieve greater resource productivity
  • Attracting and educating tomorrow's engineers
  • Collaborative learning communities
  • Biotechnology and bioengineering

To read more visit the ASME Web site at www.ASME.org

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