BIBA has a proven track record in the domain of Industrial Internet of Things both in research results and in technology transfer actions. Focusing the course on this topic is related to the importance it has for Industry 4.0 applications.
The Industrial Internet of Things is the key enabler for the Industrie 4.0 movement as it provides the industrial entities (e.g. machines, products) with the ability to communicate with each other in a defined manner. Amongst other things, it evolves the centralistic production control systems and enables autonomous production and logistics systems. It also enables the use of previously untapped potentials for the generation of new business models for a broad range of products.
This course educates students towards the potential of the Industrial Internet of Things for the domain of Industry 4.0. It covers both the managerial concepts as well as the enabling technologies and will be directed to Master students with a technical orientation. The course has a strong orientation towards the industry’s needs and problems and provides the students with the knowledge to create flexible, problem oriented solutions.
Download here the calendar of the course: Industrial Internet of Things Agenda
Industrial IoT: Agile Project Management
Industrial IoT: Industrial IoT Architectures
Industrial IoT: Technologies and Cloud Devices
After the execution of training courses students have been challenged to push their skills a step forward by working on a prEtotypes for an additional month. The work has been done in group with the support of the University.
The topic of the Challenge for the course “Industrial Internet of Things” is presented by the company Selettra.
According to the challenge specifications the students worked on developing a PrEtopype. The PrEtotype has been developed in one month in order to solve the challenge proposed by the company during the course.
Industrial Internet of Things: PrEtotypes
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