Learning Factories for Industry and Transportation in the Digital Twins Era

Oleg Pokusaev, Vasily Kupriyanovsky, Аlexey Korzun, Alexander Klimov, Mikhail Jabitsky, Dmitry Namiot, Alexander Semochkin

Abstract


Study programs in higher education systems need to be more flexible and adapt to the evolving skills and training needs of the engineering industries. Changes in skill needs are increasingly required due to the ongoing digitalization of the industry, as well as the increasing adoption of new technologies. Curricula in higher education institutions need to adapt to the digital age, for example, by ensuring that engineering graduates understand the value of big data, the efficiency gained from robotization and automation, etc. The provision of engineering courses in HEIs should become more adaptable to incorporate digital technologies. Vocational education and training systems need to be adapted to meet the rapidly changing nature of skill needs in engineering industries in general and in manufacturing-oriented engineering firms in particular. Digitalization and digital skills should be the main characteristics of engineering training programs. The seemingly simple educational process, which for centuries consisted of lectures, seminars, got into a situation of the need for new solutions not only in terms of lectures, but also in how to organize practical seminars, as well as the preparation of graduate theses and master's theses.


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