For the second year in a row, DIH Marche has trusted MADE – Competence Center Industria 4.0 to create a special training course on Industry 4.0 in the manufacturing context. Almost 200 companies in the local area have enrolled to understand how to benefit from the technologies of Industry 4.0 in their production processes.
On Wednesday, January 19, during the opening day, Claudio Schiavoni, President of DIH Marche, and Valentina Nucera, Head of Orientation and Training at MADE, intervened.
Based on the experience of collaboration with the “Percorso Industria 4.0” of 2021, the project has scheduled the organization of 9 training modules, consisting of interactive lessons, business cases and application examples. A work aimed at emphasizing the importance of digital transformation to manage the major changes that entrepreneurs and operators must face in a competitive scenario in constant evolution.
After the introduction of the concept of Factory 4.0, participants will learn which are the new enabling technologies at the heart of the processes of the digital factory and how they can be integrated into the applications for the management of the company, positively impacting on the production and the decision making.
A path that is enriched by the concepts at the base of a new corporate culture, with a sustainable approach and oriented to the complete management and protection of production data.
To complete the training experience, a visit to MADE’s digital factory, located on the Bovisa Campus of the Milan Polytechnic, is scheduled with a DIH Marche delegation and some of the member companies. A concrete opportunity for collaboration to develop projects and put into practice the concepts included in this special training content.
The individual courses that make up this training experience are delivered in collaboration with the partners MADE – Competence Center Industria 4.0. Below is the calendar of initiatives:
Manufacturing 4.0: January 19th and 21st, with Celada, Italtel, PTC and Techedge.
Product 4.0: January 26th and 28th, with FPT, Hyperlean, PTC and Siemens.
Process 4.0: February 2nd and 4th, with Bosch and Politecnico di Milano.
Cyber security: February 11th, with Aizoon and Politecnico di Milano.
Big data: February 18th, with Quin.
Responsible manufacturing: February 25th, with BIP, Brembo, Prima Additive and Politecnico di Milano.