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EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS                                                                                                      ...
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  1. 1. UNIVERSITY RESEARCH CENTERS University of Michigan The University of Michigan is one of the top research • Electron Microbeam Analysis Laboratory • Frauenhofer Resource Center Michigan Lawrence Technological University • Automotive Manufacturing Institute Advanced Manufacturing university’s in the country. Last year, UofM spent more • Intelligent Transportation Systems • Center for Innovative Materials Research than $1 billion on research, a 9.4 percent increase Research Laboratory over the year before. Below are some of the university research centers. • Inter-University Transportation Research Consortium • Integrated Devices & Circuits Group • Aerospace Controls Center • Laboratory for Scientific Computation • Transportation Research Institute Introduction • Virtual Reality Laboratory Manufacturing began in Detroit with Ford’s implementation of the According to the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, • Automotive Research Center assembly line for the production of the automobile. Those initial Michigan’s advanced manufacturing strengths are: • Artificial Intelligence Laboratory • Macromolecular Science & Engineering Center advancements in automotive production in the earlier part of the • Automotive Research Center 20th century earned the Detroit region recognition as a hot-bed • First in automotive R&D - spending $12.4 billion annually Wayne State University of manufacturing throughout the last 100 years. • Second overall R&D expenditures • Biomechanics Research Laboratory • Institute for Manufacturing Research • Home to the third best university in the nation for R&D • Center for Display Technology & Mfg. The U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of Technology Policy converted • Third in engineering graduates • Center for Automotive Research the Standard Classification Codes for high-technology to correspond • Fourth largest high tech workforce in the nation • Center for Information Technology Integration • Bioengineering Center with North American Industry Classifications Systems. Previous High- • Home to more than 65,000 R&D professionals • Center for Laser Aided Intelligent Manufacturing Technology SIC codes that fall within manufacturing are considered • Home to more than 330 automotive research centers • HC Emissions in Gasoline Engines • Center for Lasers and Plasmas for advanced manufacturing codes. It is these NAICS codes that we use for • The Detroit region has more engineers per capita than any other metro Advanced Manufacturing • Total Engine Friction our definition of advanced manufacturing. area in the United States. • Center for Ergonomics • Piston Ring Assembly Friction • Center for Parallel Computing • Valve Train Friction • Center for Research & Electronic Work • TechTown Advanced Manufacturing In 2007, Michigan ranked third in the United States for advanced manufacturing employment; trailing only to California and Texas. More than 256,000 people work in advanced manufacturing for more than 3,000 Michigan companies. Motor vehicle parts manufacturing, motor vehicle manufacturing and other general-purpose machine manufacturing account for the top three employment sectors. In 2007, motor vehicle manufacturing & motor vehicle parts manufacturing accounted for more than 60 percent of the advanced manufacturing employment in Michigan. ASSOCIATIONS, ALLIANCES & RESOURCES Industry Detroit Region Michigan NAICS Description Employment Businesses Employment Businesses Association/Alliance Website 32411 Petroleum Refineries 445 5 375 5 Automation Alley www.automationalley.org 3251 Basic Chemical Mfg. 1,453 15 3,951 55 Altarum Institute www.altarum.org 3252 Resin, Synthetic Rubber and Artificial & Synthetic Fibers Mfg. 3,172 23 4,710 46 American Concrete Institute www.concrete.org 3253 Pesticide, Fertilizer and other Agricultural Chemical Mfg. 70 3 240 12 IEEE - Michigan chapter www.ieee.org 3254 Pharmaceutical and Medicine Mfg. 1,815 21 6,973 40 MichBio www.michbio.org 3255 Paint, Coating and Adhesive Mfg. 2,795 45 3,662 88 Michigan Broadband Develoopment Authority www.broadbandauthority.org 3256 Soap, Cleaning Compound and Toilet Preparation Mfg. 520 28 3,160 48 Michigan Manufacturing Association www.mma-net.org 3259 Other Chemical Product and Preparation Mfg. 2,065 61 3,521 96 Michigan Tooling Association www.mtaonline.org 332992 Ordnance & Accessories Mfg - Small Arms Ammunition Mfg. 10 1 10 1 Michigan Manufacturing Training Network www.mivu.org 332993 Ordnance & Accessories Mfg. - Ammunition exc. Small Arms Mfg. 10 1 10 1 National Center for Manufacturing Sciences www.ncms.org 332994 Ordnance & Accessories Mfg. - Small Arms Mfg. 20 5 88 8 Michigan Manufacturers Association www.mma-net.org 332995 Ordnance & Accessories Mfg. - Other Ordnance & Accessories Mfg. 185 4 142 5 Michigan’s Technology Tri-Corridor www.michiganadvantage.com 3331 Agriculture, Construction & Mining Machinery Mfg. 640 130 2,650 75 Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center www.iti.org/welcome.htm 3332 Industrial Machinery Mfg. 2,675 107 6,182 230 Next Energy www.nextenergy.org 3333 Commercial and Service Industry Machinery Mfg. 980 31 2,050 71 National Association of Industrial Technology www.nait.org 3336 Engine, Turbine and Power Transmission Equipment Mfg. 4,869 36 6,385 58 North American Manufacturing Research Institution www.sme.org/namri 3339 Other General Purpose Machinery Mfg. 8,301 231 18,426 417 Robotic Industries Association www.robotics.org 3341 Computer and peripheral Equipment Mfg. 796 20 1,217 28 Society of Automotive Engineers www.sae-detroit.org 3342 Communications Equipment Mfg. 686 17 1,069 27 Society of Manufacturing Engineers www.sme.org 3343 Audio and Video Equipment Mfg. 20 3 343 6 Telecommunications Association of Michigan www.telecommich.org 1073344 Semiconductor and Other Electronic Component Mfg. 2,393 65 4,424 107 3345 Navigational, Measuring, Electromechanical & Control Instruments Mfg. 6,168 117 11,257 186 The Robotics International Society of Manufacturing Engineers www.sme.org/ri 3346 Mfg. & Reproducing Magnetic & Optical Media 840 13 593 15 3353 Electrical Equipment Mfg. 1,213 70 2,385 104 The Center for Manufacturing www.sme.org/cml 33599 All Other Electrical Equipment & Component Mfg. 449 18 909 33 US Tank-Automotive and Armaments Command www.tacom.army.mil/main/index. 3361 Motor Vehicle Mfg. 35,329 26 39,870 37 (TACOM) html 3362 Motor Vehicle Body & Trailer Mfg. 485 24 2,557 61 US Army Tank-Automotive Research, www.tardec.army.mi 3363 Motor Vehicle Parts Mfg. 68,901 459 119,588 738 Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) 3364 Aerospace Product & Parts Mfg. 1,501 28 3,510 49 3391 Medical Equipment & Supplies Mfg. 2,233 181 8,434 384 TARDEC’s National Automotive Center (NAC) http://tardec.army.mil/nac.asp Total 151,039 1,788 258,691 3,031 Source: Detroit Regional Chamber Note: Some figures are averaged due to employment range data to preserve confidentiality. Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census.
  2. 2. EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS TRANSPORTATION, DISTRIBUTION & LOGISTICS An estimated 200,000 designers work in the auto industry’s 200 R&D centers in Michigan. To meet this demand, state educational centers graduate The Detroit’s regional transportation, Being located along the Saint Lawrence Seaway allows manufacturers: over 9,000 engineers and certified draftspersons each year. These professionals are well-versed in the latest advanced manufacturing techniques distribution and logistics capabilities assist such as math-based engineering - also known as CAE/CAD/CAM. These applications will be largely responsible for reduced product development • Fast connections to east coast ports our advanced manufacturers in moving times and reduced costs in the future. their products throughout the world. The • Great circle route advantages Detroit region is a gateway to the world. • Exceptional access to the NAFTA corridor Our geographic advantages in importing Program Title Provider Certification • Easy access to east-west trans-continental route from and exporting to Europe and Asia Electronic Engineering Technology Baker College – Flint Associate’s make the Detroit region a prime location for • World leading global logistics supply Manufacturing Systems Technology Baker College – Flint Certificate advanced manufacturing. chain for the automotive industry Manufacturing Systems Technology Baker College – Flint Associate’s Mechanical Engineering Baker College – Flint Associate’s Transportation assets in the Detroit region: Mechanical Engineering Technology Baker College – Flint Associate’s The Detroit region is home to seven international border crossings and ranks as the busiest northern Electronic Engineering Technology Baker College –Port Huron Associate’s border crossing in North America. Manufacturers in the region moved more than $49 million is goods through the region ranking it as the fifth largest export metro for 2007. Center for Advanced Technologies FOCUS: Hope Other Alternative Energy Engineering Lawrence Technological Univeristy Certificate Borders Airports Automotive Engineering Lawrence Technological University Masters • Supports five land crossings, two bridges, one tunnel and two rail tunnels. • Four major airports and several supporting airfields. Certificate of Manufacturing Systems Lawrence Technological University Certificate • Home to the busiest northern border crossing into Canada. • Wayne County’s Detroit Metropolitan Airport ranks as the Electrical Engineering Technology Lawrence Technological University Associate’s 11th busiest airport in North American and 15th in the World. Bridges Engineering in Manufacturing Systems Lawrence Technological University Masters • Roughly 10,000 trucks cross the Ambassador Bridge each Interstates Engineering in Manufacturing Systems Lawrence Technological University Doctoral day transporting roughly $1.1 billion in goods. • Within the Detroit region there are more than 4,900 miles of truck routes. Manufacturing Engineering Technology Lawrence Technological University Associate’s Deepwater ports Workforce • There are 38 deepwater ports in Michigan. • Ready and well trained workforce Mechanical Engineering Lawrence Technological University Masters Rail • There are more than 250,000 employees working in the industry. Mechanical Engineering Technology Lawrence Technological University Associate’s • Access to four of the seven Class 1 railroads. Intermodal facilities Applied Technology Advanced Processes Macomb Community College Associate’s • More than 3,600 miles of rail located within Michigan • There are nine intermodal freight facilities spread throughout the region. Applied Technology Advanced Processes Macomb Community College Associate’s Electronic Technology Macomb Community College Associate’s Electronic Technology Macomb Community College Certificate Vehicle Design Macomb Community College Associate’s Automotive Engineering Technology Monroe County Community College Associate’s CORPORATE COMMUNITY Automotive Engineering Technology Monroe County Community College Certificate Electronics & Computer Technology Monroe County Community College Associate’s The Detroit region’s strong automotive base has attracted suppliers and manufacturers in and out of the transportation field, all of which are looking Manufacturing Technology Monroe County Community College Associate’s to improve their manufacturing technologies. While the Detroit region does have a high concentration of automotive suppliers, related industries also Design Engineering Technology Mott Community College Associate’s find it necessary to locate in the area in order to be close to research centers, tech-parks and leaders in all manufacturing fields. Electronics & Electrical Technology Mott Community College Associate’s Organizations such as the Society of Manufacturing Engineers and the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center provide a forum for companies Mechanical Engineering Mott Community College Associate’s and professionals to keep up with the latest developments in their fields. Tech-clusters such as Automation Alley, the Ann Arbor IT Zone and Wayne CAD & Drafting Technology/CAD Engineering Technology Oakland Community College Associate’s County’s newest endeavor, Airport City, provide a close-knit neighborhood for these companies. CAD & Drafting Technology/Engineering Technology Oakland Community College Certificate CAD & Drafting Technology/Machine Tool Oakland Community College Associate’s CAD & Drafting Technology/Vehicle Design Oakland Community College Associate’s Computer Aided Design & Drafting Technology/Vehicle Design Oakland Community College Associate’s Robotics/Automated Systems Technology Oakland Community College Associate’s VENTURE CAPITAL Biomedical Engineering Technologist Schoolcraft College Associate’s Applied Studies in Technology St. Clair County Community College Associate’s Michigan’s venture funding initiatives are designed to improve access to private venture Engineering Graphics Technology St. Clair County Community College Associate’s capital for Michigan growth-oriented firms. According to PriceWaterhouseCoopers’ Engineering Graphics Technology St. Clair County Community College Certificate MoneyTree survey, venture capital spending in Michigan increased significantly in 2008 with 44 companies receiving $257 million in 2008. Of the $257 million awarded, $49 million Industrial Automation Technology St. Clair County Community College Associate’s was received by medical devices and equipment companies, $112 by industrial/energy Aerospace Engineering programs University of Michigan Undergraduate & Graduate companies and $65 million by biotechnology companies. Industrial & Operations Engineering programs University of Michigan Undergraduate & Graduate Mechanical Engineering programs University of Michigan Undergraduate & Graduate In 2004, Michigan created the Michigan Venture Fund giving Michigan companies access to $150 million in seed capital. The Michigan Venture Fund began accepting proposals from Six Sigma Transactional –Service Focused Green Belt Program University of Michigan CPD – Ann Arbor Certificate Michigan start-up technology companies. The Fund was established as a non-profit corporation Electrical & Electronics Technology Wayne County Community College District Associate’s that is governed by a seven-member board. For more information visit venturemichiganfund.org Engineering Technology Wayne State University Undergraduate & Graduate Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering programs Wayne State University Undergraduate & Graduate Mechanical Engineering Technology Wayne State University Undergraduate & Graduate One Woodward Ave. • P.O. Box 33840 • Detroit, MI • 313.596.0483 detroitchamber.com/drep
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