Teach your students how they can use design software to create, analyze, and fully develop solutions. Find out how you can employ this powerful curriculum in your classroom. Siemens Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) is providing this course at no cost for the curriculum, no cost for the Siemens Solid Edge design software, and no cost for the “Siemens online academy”.
Explore Siemens Engineering Design STEM curriculum, a secondary school course featuring Solid Edge design software. This STEM program is fully integrated with cross-curricular content. It allows students to see and understand the relevance of content learned in a variety of subjects. For students who have experience with the Engineering Design course, Course 2: Siemens Manufacturing and Automation is available.
Perfect introductory curriculum for middle, high school and maker spaces, this course challenges students to work in teams to solve complex design problems. Students research, design, develop, and communicate design solutions Teams use engineering software to prepare and evaluate designs and make extensive use of 3D printing to prepare models for presentation to authentic audiences. The goal of the course is the application of the tools to address unique problems allowing the students to rapidly create and analyze proposed solutions. Siemens’ software and hardware are tools frequently used by industry and understanding how these tools are used in problem solving is critical.
This course is designed for students who have experience with the Engineering Design course, providing students with experience in the creation of a design, preparing the design for machining and designing the automation necessary to control processes. This manufacturing course will challenge students to collaborate and solve design problems by working in teams. They must research and report their findings. This course helps prepare students to obtain Siemens PLC and Solid Edge certifications. It also utilizes the various Siemens’ software as tools for problem-solving and preparing solutions. The goal of the course is the application of the tools to address unique problems, allowing the students to rapidly create and analyze proposed solutions.
This course is designed to provide students with a broad understanding of how different systems work together. It will engage students in the application of design, electricity/electronics, computer science, manufacturing, automation, machine learning, AI and secure machine to machine communications across the internet. Students collaborate in teams to research problems and develop solutions in to Industry 4.0 and Web 4.0 problems. This course will focus on the engineering of mechatronic systems, and includes a combination of robotics, electronics, computer programming, networking, systems, control, and product engineering as well as communications between systems securely over the internet.