Does your company need to develop a product or service, but lack the resources to develop a working prototype based on relevant technologies? Industry 3.0 focuses on turning ideas into physical prototypes. That means that the students in close collaboration with the client and the end users/customers will be developing working prototypes that can help further the development of ideas and products.
The students will be equipped to develop industrial controls based on PLC control systems. In doing so, manual working processes can be made more effective through automation, which reduces the labour costs and enhances the quality. Likewise, the students will be able to develop controls for electronic devices based on the Arduino platform. Identification and application of relevant sensors and actuators are included in both control tasks.
The aim of the prototypes is to make probable their potential for solving the specified problem, whether it concerns external sale of the product or improving internal processes. In addition, the project will communicate the feasibility of the solution as well as the financial and business-related consequences of completing the project.