At Knowledge Engineering, we listen... we learn... we create. We bring information, research, and market intelligence together in an actionable way to make a difference -- from small towns in rural Texas to the global electronics workforce.
We listen to our customers to understand your specific needs. We listen to your stories, your opportunities and challenges, and your vision for the future. We empathize.
We learn about our customers to truly understand them. We get to know your community, your business, your people, and the issues you face. Our experts are actively involved in their respective industries and stay abreast of the latest trends and technologies.
We create solutions to meet your unique needs. From designing a training curriculum to community visioning to business process improvement. Knowledge Engineering can help.
Therapeutics Manufacturing Training Program was launched through funding from the National Center for Therapeutics Manufacturing (NCTM) and the BARDA funding to the Texas A&M Center for Innovation in Advanced Development & Manufacturing (CIADM).
Knowledge Engineering launched its Cybersecurity Training program via the DHS/FEMA National Domestic Preparedness Consortium cooperative agreement.
TED was rebranded to Knowledge Engineering. Generating success by employing its expertise in software solutions, cybersecurity, workforce solutions, economic development, and business solutions.
TEEX Product Development Center assists a variety of clients – from small businesses and inventors to Fortune 500 companies – with services covering the full product development life cycle. From idea validation through prototyping and business development, the Product Development Center serves as a gateway for its clients to the breadth of expertise across The Texas A&M University System and beyond.
Knowledge Engineering Center (KEC) was established by the Texas A&M Board of Regents with a mission to develop and deploy training software products and eLearning services for the workforce, including Learning Management Systems, eLearning Development, Personnel Records Systems, Training Portals, etc..
Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center (TMAC) – TEEX became the East Central region providing training and hands-on technical assistance to manufacturing companies in East Texas and the Brazos Valley. TMAC has a wide array of services that improve efficiency, quality, and productivity. Focus areas include Lean Enterprise, technology solutions, strategic management, quality systems, environment, and safety.
The division rebranded as Technology & Economic Development (TED) due to the expansion of new services that were developed between 1991 and 1993. The focus of the division changed from strictly economic development to include technology with the formation of the NASA Mid-Continent Technology Transfer Center (MCTTC).
The NASA Mid-Continent Technology Transfer Center (MCTTC) was awarded to TEEX by NASA headquarters and later Johnson Space Center specifically, to commercialize federal technologies and help technology companies gain access to NASA research and experts.
Economic Development (ED) Division was launched to coordinate and manage the Basic Economic Development Course (BEDC) that was first conducted in 1967 and is still offered today in partnership with the Texas Economic Development Council (TEDC) for new economic developers and city leaders.