A person who solves problems that you did not know you had. People in this audience design and test products like thermal sensors and various kinds of tools, engines, and machines They typically oversee the manufacturing process, design prototypes of a device, and analyze thermal problems for a company. They may be seen observing companies like Lockheed Martin, Boeing, or GE.
Those included in this audience produce and design aircrafts, spacecrafts, satellites, and missiles for companies and government agencies. Typical behaviors include ensuring designs meet quality and safety standards, inspecting any malfunctions, and assessing project proposals. Exposure to agencies like NASA and the Air Force may be possible for individuals in this audience. Companies such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and General Dynamics are likely to be affiliated with this audience.
Hopefully, the benefits that biomedical progress gives us out ways the hazards. This audience consists of people who design equipment and systems by using medical and biological concepts. They typically install and maintain equipment, work with life and medical scientists, and write research papers. They may have past exposure to biotech companies like Gilead Sciences, Amgen, or Celgene.
People in this audience focus on applying science and math into creating products. Typical behaviors include developing safety procedures for dangerous chemicals, conducting research to develop new manufacturing processes, and ensuring chemicals and equipment adhere to safety and environmental regulations. They may be seen researching companies like Dow Chemical, ExxonMobil, and BASF.
This audience focuses on designing construction projects and systems for public and private sector companies. Typical behaviors include soil testing, compiling construction permits, and providing cost estimates. They may have past exposure to design software programs like Adobe Illustrator, SketchUp, or AutoCAD.
You won't find it shocking that people in this audience focus on building and testing products like electric motors, communication systems, and GPSes. Typical behaviors include designing electric components, investigating customer or company complaints, and designing software. They may have past exposure to companies like GE, IBM or Microsoft.
"The Industrial Revolution has two phases: one material, the other social; one concerning the making of things, the other concerning the making of men." People in this audience finds solutions to minimize waste in the production process. They typically review production schedules, design a management control system, or implement quality control measures. They may be seen researching companies like GE, GM or Toyota.