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Indus­tri­al engi­neer­ing is a branch of engi­neer­ing which deals with the opti­miza­tion of com­plex process­es, sys­tems, or orga­ni­za­tions. Indus­tri­al engi­neers work to elim­i­nate waste of time, mon­ey, mate­ri­als, per­son-hours, machine time, ener­gy and oth­er resources that do not gen­er­ate val­ue. Accord­ing to the Insti­tute of Indus­tri­al and Sys­tems Engi­neers, they cre­ate engi­neer­ing process­es and sys­tems that improve qual­i­ty and productivity.

Indus­tri­al engi­neer­ing is con­cerned with the devel­op­ment, improve­ment, and imple­men­ta­tion of inte­grat­ed sys­tems of peo­ple, mon­ey, knowl­edge, infor­ma­tion, equip­ment, ener­gy, mate­ri­als, analy­sis and syn­the­sis, as well as the math­e­mat­i­cal, phys­i­cal and social sci­ences togeth­er with the prin­ci­ples and meth­ods of engi­neer­ing design to spec­i­fy, pre­dict, and eval­u­ate the results to be obtained from such sys­tems or process­es. While indus­tri­al engi­neer­ing is a long­stand­ing engi­neer­ing dis­ci­pline sub­ject to (and eli­gi­ble for) pro­fes­sion­al engi­neer­ing licen­sure in most juris­dic­tions, its under­ly­ing con­cepts over­lap con­sid­er­ably with cer­tain busi­ness-ori­ent­ed dis­ci­plines such as oper­a­tions management.

Depend­ing on the sub-spe­cial­ties involved, indus­tri­al engi­neer­ing may also be known as, or over­lap with, oper­a­tions research, sys­tems engi­neer­ing, man­u­fac­tur­ing engi­neer­ing, pro­duc­tion engi­neer­ing, man­age­ment sci­ence, man­age­ment engi­neer­ing, ergonom­ics or human fac­tors engi­neer­ing, safe­ty engi­neer­ing, or oth­ers, depend­ing on the view­point or motives of the user.

Stats & Charts

Mod­ern indus­tri­al engi­neers typ­i­cal­ly use pre­de­ter­mined motion time sys­tem, com­put­er sim­u­la­tion, along with exten­sive math­e­mat­i­cal tools for mod­el­ing, such as math­e­mat­i­cal opti­miza­tion and queue­ing the­o­ry, and com­pu­ta­tion­al meth­ods for sys­tem analy­sis, eval­u­a­tion, and optimization.

Indus­tri­al engi­neers also use the tools of data sci­ence and machine learn­ing in their work owing to the strong relat­ed­ness of these dis­ci­plines with the field and the sim­i­lar tech­ni­cal back­ground required of indus­tri­al engineers.

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Indus­triel is a pio­neer in design-build spe­cial­iz­ing in archi­tec­ture and con­struc­tion services.

Indus­triel has a bril­liant record in respond­ing to com­plex cus­tomer requirements.

We work to reduce air emis­sions asso­ci­at­ed with our oper­a­tions and the prod­ucts we deliver.


Elec­tron­ic Materials

Elec­tron­ic mate­ri­als are the type of mate­ri­als which are typ­i­cal­ly used as core ele­ments in a vari­ety of device appli­ca­tions. These ele­ments can be, for exam­ple, mem­o­ries, dis­plays, LEDs and could be eas­i­ly seen in dai­ly elec­tron­ic gad­gets such as mobile phones, com­put­ers, lap­tops, tablets, GPS devices, LED bulbs, TVs and monitors.

Pow­er systems

Elec­tri­cal pow­er has been the tech­no­log­i­cal foun­da­tion of indus­tri­al soci­eties for many years. Although the sys­tems designed to pro­vide and apply elec­tri­cal ener­gy have reached a high degree of matu­ri­ty, unfore­seen prob­lems are con­stant­ly encoun­tered, neces­si­tat­ing the design of more effi­cient and reli­able sys­tems based on nov­el technologies.

Auto parts

The auto­mo­tive after­mar­ket is the sec­ondary mar­ket of the auto­mo­tive indus­try, con­cerned with … Replace­ment parts are auto­mo­tive parts built or reman­u­fac­tured to replace OE parts as they become worn or damaged.