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Apply by 25 August


The course aims to support and facilitate our partner manufacturing companies to become competitive in digitally-enabled production. During the course, we address the potential prerequisites and capabilities required for implementing industry 4.0 in the context of an overall production system. More specifically, we increase the competence base of companies in three areas—internal logistics systems, virtual factory, and sensor and signal processing—which can holistically interconnect the key components for the successful implementation of industry 4.0.

This course consists of three interconnected course modules at an advanced level and it is offered between September and November 2020:

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Benefits to companies

  • Course covers the holistic perspective of industry 4.0 implementation including overall plant level, production cell level, component and system level, and describes how to interconnect them in an efficient way.
  • Course gives a possibility for industrial practitioners to work on real industrial cases from their own companies with the expert supervision from three universities.
  • Course supports theory and practical elaboration through laboratory works, experiments, and onsite seminars.
  • Course gives access to experts in each area, which are complimentary to address the complex challenges in industry 4.0 implementation.
  • Course facilitates access to larger industrial network and possibility to exchange ideas and experiences within the network.
  • A possibility to continue with the optional course, 2,5 credits, after the end of 7,5 credits if one like to conduct a business case on industry 4.0 within their company.

course schedule

 

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f2f = face to face meetings
VM = virtual meeting

Calibration/co-production meeting to get input on the course content (middle of May-June). Virtual meeting: Skype for Business

Mälardalens högskola (MDH) sessions

  • Physical/Virtual meeting: 1/09. 12:00—2/09.13:00. Session start with the lunch and end with the lunch
  • Virtual meeting: 18/09. 09:15-15:00

Högskolan Väst (HV) sessions

  • Virtual meeting: 09/10. 09:15-15:00
  • Physical meeting: 22/10. 12:00—23/10. 13:00. Session start with the lunch and end with the lunch

Linnéuniversitetet (LNU) sessions

  • Virtual meeting: 27/10. 09:15-15:00
  • Physical meeting: Arrive 11th evening. 12/11. 09:15 -13/11. 13:00

EDUCATIONAL SETUP 

The course is partly given online, which requires participants to have access to the internet. Supplementary teaching material is distributed via a learning management system where links web meetings as well as instructions are distributed.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Undergraduate degree in Engineering (180 credits) or equivalent.

We apply validation of work experience to determine if applicants have sufficient knowledge that meets the eligibility requirements for the course. You do not, in most cases, need to have completed a whole university bachelor’s degree to participate in the course.

Please submit a CV of your work experience signed by your immediate superior, as well as the upper secondary and college education you have completed. Use the CV template, which provides examples of the information requested, if you do not already have your own CV. The CV template can be found below.

CV template to attach at registration

cv-mall.docx

Exampel of filled CV template

cv-mall-exempel.docx

 

KONTAKT


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