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After 90 years of advancing hands-on, technology-focused education, Capitol Technology University continues to play a vital role in helping innovation-minded students, companies, key agencies and the nation anticipate change and reimagine tomorrow.

Highlights @ Capitol Tech

Inside Our Space Flight Operations Training Center

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The Space Flight Operations Training Center at Capitol Tech provides students a unique experience commanding a spacecraft that contains software from a NASA mission.

Dr. Ian McAndrew, FRAeS, delivers keynote at ATDMAE Conference in Shanghai, China

Dr. Ian McAndrew, FRAeS, delivers a keynote speech at the Advanced Technologies in Design, Mechanical, and Aeronautical Engineering Conference in Shanghai, China. Learn more about Capitol's efforts on the global stage.

Why is cybersecurity risk growing in the construction industry?

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The construction industry is relatively new to addressing cybersecurity, but as business becomes progressively more digital, the industry is taking steps to address digital risks alongside physical ones.

Using risk assessments to find cybersecurity vulnerabilities

risk assessments to find cybersecurity vulnerabilities
When it comes to technology, lessening cybersecurity risks is vital and best accomplished by introducing risk assessments, which are a proactive way of providing protection for IT systems.

Technology innovations improving safety in the construction industry

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It comes as no surprise that construction sites – populated with heavy machinery, power tools, and scaffolding – can be dangerous. Find out how technology innovations are improving safety in the construction industry.

Capitol signs new MOU with Istanbul Aydin University, Strengthens international cybersecurity presence

Capitol signs new MOU with Istanbul Aydin University, at a historic site that has been host to the nation's founders, further strengthening its international cybersecurity presence.

Real life applications of Mechatronics

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Mechatronics includes integrating mechanical, telecommunication, and computer engineering. Today, it is used in manufacturing, health care, space exploration, and in tools that make our daily lives easier.

Capitol alumnus and retiring Board member John E. Dettra, Jr. named Trustee Emeritus

On June 3, 2019, John E. Dettra, Jr., retiring Board of Trustees member and Capitol alumnus, was named Trustee Emeritus for his commitment and distinctive service to the institution over the span of more than five decades.

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