Rev3, Choose DuPage talk technology trends of 2015

Written by: Anna Marie Kukec, Daily Herald

Wearable technology, more connections with your house and car, and faster speeds continue to dominate the hottest technologies expected in the new year, according to suburban tech experts.

As more police officers explore the use of wearable cameras in the aftermath of turmoil in various cities this year, and consumers continue to seek new ways to do old tasks, it’s easy to see how sensors and other devices will become more prominent.

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Metro West Manufacturing Workforce Collaboration

Developing Manufacturing Career Paths

The Metro West Manufacturing Workforce Collaboration is an initiative established to develop manufacturing career paths for unemployed and underemployed people. Over the next ten years, DuPage County manufacturers will need to replace 9,000 retiring employees. The need for this initiative is both urgent and important. This workforce initiative was created with support of DuPage County, Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, Alliance for Illinois Manufacturing (AIM), North Business & Industrial Council (NORBIC), Jane Addams Resource Corporation (JARC) and Career Connect DuPage. Continue reading