WSU To Receive $51M To Boost ‘Smart Manufacturing’ In South Kansas

Smart Factory
Deloitte Consulting’s Tomorrow Center at The Smart Factory @Wichita, which opened in June. The Smart Factory aims to help manufacturers digitally transform their shop floors.
Credit: Molly McMillin
WICHITA—Wichita State University has been awarded $51.4 million in funding to help advance emerging smart manufacturing technologies for Wichita and the South Kansas region. The funding was provided through the American Rescue Plan Build Back Better Regional Challenge and awarded by the U.S...

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