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Highlights @ Capitol Tech

Biggest Industrial Robotics Employers for Mechatronics Engineers

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One of the largest areas in which mechatronics and robotics experience is needed is in the field of industrial robotics. The following companies offer career paths for those with a passion for mechatronics engineering.

Alumni Spotlight: Glenn Andal

Glenn Andal, cybersecurity program alum
Glenn Andal, a cybersecurity program alumnus of Capitol Tech, currently solves some of the most complex and important problems facing the field of cybersecurity at MITRE, a research development center for the U.S. government.

Managing construction industry labor shortage

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It is increasingly difficult to find skilled workers in certain industries, like manufacturing and construction. Here’s how the construction industry is adopting technology to lower the impact of labor shortages.


Solidworks, mechatronics design and engineering program
SOLIDWORKS, a solid modeling computer-aided design and engineering program, is one of the most popular software options for mechatronics engineers. Here's how it's used to develop mechatronics systems from beginning to end.

Four of Capitol Tech's female students attended Technica

Capitol Tech's female students at Technica

Ladies! Be the Energy in Cybersecurity!

Diane Janosek
Did you know that women represent only eleven to fourteen percent of the cybersecurity workforce?  But women have been influencing cybersecurity since the very earliest computers.

Beyond cybersecurity: protecting data through technology itself

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Artificial intelligence can analyze data faster than any human and can learn from what it sees to better protect vulnerable systems, freeing up cybersecurity professionals to address any identified security concerns.

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