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  • MAGIC
  • digi4H
  • ICARUS
  • dComFra
  • DESK
  • INDEX
  • AROMA
  • HEI MAKERS
  • eduDRONE
  • VITA

EEA Project No. EY-COP-001

Global Digital Manufacturing Industry 4.0 - Joint Curriculum and Research (MAGIC)

In order to embrace IND4.0 working environments in a company, the training and qualifications of its skilled workers must be adapted to meet the new requirements of this

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Erasmus+ Project No. 2019-1-MT01-KA202-051203 funded by EUPA Malta

A digital VET toolkit for promoting the 4th Industrial Revolution in the European health sector
(digi4HEALTH)

Objectives

The main aim of this Project called digi4HEALTH (A Digital VET Toolkit for Promoting the 4th Industrial

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Erasmus+ Project No. 22019-1-MT01-KA203-051265

An Innovative Higher Education Institution Training Toolbox to EffeCtively AddRess the EUropean InduStry 4.0 Skills Gap and Mismatches – ICARUS

Introduction
Project ICARUS brings together a number of experts and leaders in Industry 4.0 from European Higher Education Institutions

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Erasmus+ Project No.

598236-EPP-1-2018-1-LT-EPPKA2-CBHE-SP (dComFra)

Digital competence framework for Ukrainian teachers and other citizens (dComFra)

The purpose of this project is to improve the Digital Competence (DC) development situation in Ukraine (UA), to harmonize it with the European mainstream by adaptation of the Digital Competence Frameworks for Citizens and for Educators, creation Ukrainian National Digital Coalition (UNDC); to reform in-service training for teachers and to provide “best practices” experiences of how DC could be further developed in general and adapted

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Erasmus+ Project No. 2018-1-EL01-KA204-047819

An Adult Digital Education Skills Kit to Foster Employability (DESK)

UPB-CAMIS is pleased to announce its involvement in a new Erasmus+ KA2 funded project called DESK - An Adult Digital Education Skills Kit to Foster Employability, aimed with the

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Erasmus+ Project No. 2018-1-DE02-KA202-005228

“INDEX - Industrial Expert”

Project information

The onset of the fourth industrial revolution known as “Industry 4.0” is a key technological feature at the current stage of human development. The working group on Industry 4.0 characterized its vision of the new industrial revolution as a worldwide implementation of information and communication technologies (ICT) in manufacturing processes, which are not only in charge for certain manufacturing stages, but are able to monitor and optimize manufacturing processes completely on

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Erasmus+ Project No. 2017-1-CZ01KA202-035560


Digital Training Toolbox for Entrepreneurial Training in Augmented Reality


Why AROMA ?
The aim of this Erasmus+ Project called AROMA (Digital Training Toolbox for Entrepreneurial Training in Augmented Reality) is to develop a novel trainers toolbox by which VET Trainers can attract and reach out to learners to motivate them on exploiting augmented reality (AR) in business scenarios. The project is funded under the Eramsus+ Programme through the Czech National Agency. AROMA involves 8 partners coming from

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2017-1-LT01-KA203-035231

Fostering use of technical spaces in higher education (HEI MAKERS)

Fostering use of technical spaces in higher education (HEI MAKERS)

The aim of the HEI MAKERS project is to increase innovation and creativity through partnership of higher education institutions (HEIs) and technical spaces, leading to trans-disciplinary approaches and new teaching methods in HEI, availability of open resources for formal and non formal education, better entrepreneurial and creativity skills of graduates. Therefore the international HEI MAKERS consortium:

  • Fosters collaboration of
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Erasmus+ Project No. 2017-1-RO01-KA202-037083

Drone technology training to boost EU entrepreneurship and Industry 4.0

The project aims to support the implementation of Industry 4.0 in European Union through development of technological entrepreneurship, by strengthening the key competences related to Drone Technology, in Vocational Education and Training (VET). Also, it will help individuals to acquire and develop high quality skills and key competences, including entrepreneurial and digital skills, to allow them to take advantage of the huge Industry 4.0 opportunities by

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Erasmus+ Project No. 2017-1-MT01-KA204-026949 funded by EUPA Malta

Virtual & Augmented Reality Trainers Toolbox to Enable Adults Catch Up With Life Skills

The main aim of this Erasmus+ Project called VITA (Virtual & Augmented Reality Trainers Toolbox to Enable Adults Catch Up With Life Skills) is to develop a novel toolbox by which Adult Trainers can attract, reach out and assist adult learners to catch up with 21st Century life skills and in particular digital literacy. The project is funded

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Erasmus+ Project No.  2018-1-DE02-KA202-005228

“INDEX - Industrial Expert”

 

Project information

The onset of the fourth industrial revolution known as “Industry 4.0” is a key technological feature at the current stage of human development. The working group on Industry 4.0 characterized its vision of the new industrial revolution as a worldwide implementation of information and communication technologies (ICT) in manufacturing processes, which are not only in charge for certain manufacturing stages, but are able to monitor and optimize manufacturing processes completely on its own. The greatest challenge of the Industry 4.0 however isn’t technology – it is the skills and digital qualifications of the peopel who need to roll out digital processes and services. For almost every business and, of course, all engineering or manufacturing companies, enhancing skills and organisational structures will be critical.

All latest studies show, that such rapid pace of technological development makes it almost impossible for existing vocational education and training to provide adequate and timely solutions. An essential prerequisite for the implementation of the „Industry 4.0“ as a whole and specifically for additive manufacturing technologies is a training of professionals competent in effectively using huge opportunities of innovative solutions offered by the fourth industrial revolution.

The term was coined in 2011 when the German government defined I 4.0 as an integral element of the German “High-tech Strategy 2020”, communicating the vision of the new industrial revolution as a worldwide implementation cyber physical systems in manufacturing processes, which are not only in charge for certain manufacturing stages, but are able to monitor and optimize manufacturing processes completely on its own.

Critical are the linking and development of ICT, reliable communication networks, Internet technologies, Big Data and OAIS (Open Archival Information Systems) as well as global production networks. The innovation is in particular the efficiency due to the global link.

The observations made by the consortium partners coincide with a large number of studies and analyses in the area of I 4.0, e.g. conclusions of the joint analysis of VDI and ASME on needs of the German Industry, analysis made by GATS and the Frauenhofer SCL Institute, statements of leading consulting companies and industrial companies themselves.

These show, that the rapid pace of technological development makes it almost impossible for existing vocational education and training to provide adequate and timely solutions.

Necessary for the implementation of corresponding technologies and the use of market options in practice is the training of specialists. Irrespective of numerous technical innovations, learning in the field of VET often continues to take place in the classical analog way. One of the goals is therefore to make digital resources accessible to teachers and learners as an elementary opportunity for the future, to impart skills and application-oriented learning and teaching. Furthermore, we will provide general guidance in the targeted use of digital media in modern VET learning.

The INDEX consortium - A good practice example

Led by the INTAMT Group, the INDEX project brings together the know-how of six strong European partners from business, academia and vocational institutions. For excellent project management, this consortium has been awarded as Good Practice Example during the ENEX project. This consortium was qualitatively extended for the current project.

  • INTAMT (Germany)
  • “Nello Carrara” Institute of Applied Physics (IFAC) (Italy)
  • ASEV (Italy)
  • University of Lodz (Poland)
  • University Politehnica of Bucharest, CAMIS center (Romania)
  • SAXIO University of Applied Science (the Netherlands)
  • Hochschule Düsseldorf (Germany)

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