Practical Education in Automation for Industrie 4.0

Practical Education in Automation for Industrie 4.0

H. Wenisch, O. Ito, R. Scheuerer (2018).  Practical Education in Automation for Industrie 4.0. 9.

Siemens as global technology leader in automation is supporting colleges of technology, vocational training colleges and universities to adapt the practical education in automation to the digital age through the “Siemens Automation Cooperates with Education (SCE)” program. For this, SCE defined a new Industrie 4.0 structure for education covering the basics of automation technologies (e.g. PLC and programming languages), automation and communication technologies and CAx and cloud technologies. In this paper, we discuss the structure and share best practices of cooperation with selected educational institutions in Germany.

Authors (New): 
Helmut Wenisch
Osamu Ito
Roland Scheuerer
Pages: 
9
Affiliations: 
Siemens KK, Japan
Siemens AG, Germany
Keywords: 
Active learning
Collaboration between Academia and Industry
Engineering Workspaces
CDIO Standard 6
CDIO Standard 7
CDIO Standard 8
Year: 
2018-01-01 00:00:00
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Manemann, S. (2017). Bildung-4.0 trifft Industrie-4.0; http://www.kwbberufsbildung.de/fileadmin/pdf/GT_Tagung_2017/GT_2017_Forum_3_Bildung_4.0_Industrie_4.0_Ma nemann.pdf (accessed Jan 23 2018): 
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