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    Course 3: Siemens Mechatronics and the Internet of Things (IoT)

    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.


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    Training Factory Industry 4.0 in 24v with PLC S7-1500 - Education Version

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    Industry 4.0 applications and process flows as a modular training and simulation model


    • Including PLC Siemens S7-1500, basic program and finished cabling
    • Enables in-depth learning through tactile understanding of a realistic production image
    • Digital traceability through NFC/RFID, remote monitoring via camera, sensory applications
    • Integrated cloud connection with dashboard, control via smart devices, own cloud and dashboard can be integrated, Raspberry Pi 4 with Node-RED interface; Communication via OPC/UA and MQTT
    • Dimensions of the model including base plate: 114 x 74 x 34 cm

    The fischertechnik learning environment is used for learning and understanding industry 4.0 applications in vocational school and training and for use in research, teaching and development at universities, in companies and IT departments. The simulation depicts the ordering process, the production process, and the delivery process in digitized and networked process steps.