MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 343, 202110th International Conference on Manufacturing Science and Education – MSE 2021
|Number of page(s)||13|
|Section||Academic Education and Management|
|Published online||04 August 2021|
Aspects regarding skills and education related to Industry 4.0
Politehnica University Timişoara, Mechanical Faculty, IMF Department, Bl. Mihai Viteazu No.1, Timişoara, România
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People is changing. Technology is changing. Economy is changing. Society is changing. Education is changig. In the Industry 4.0 the digitalization and VR, AR, CPS, IoT, ICT, AI assures higher precisions, higher productivity, mass customisation, less waste, and less pollution and contributes to the society change. All the applied and ready to apply technologies receive digital component, as result of the rapid development of information and communication technology. The main objective of the paper is to see in specialized literature what are the skills required by Industry 4.0 (I.4.0), what are the means associated with the concept of Education 4.0 (E.4.0) to obtain them, and to what extent education systems are adapting to these new requirements, which are constantly changing. In addition, it is presented the current situation regarding education perspective and some directions of action, and at the end, a number of conclusions focused on what we could do to all benefit from technological progress in industry as well as in education.
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