Skills development and life-long learning are one of the biggest challenges for Swedish industry and employees.
That is why INGENJÖR 4.0 is launched – a newly developed web-based continuing education program developed in co-operation by 13 Swedish Universities.
 

Module starts/ scheduling:

For the spring season 2021 the 14 modules are individually scheduled for start between week 14 and week 21 (see the starting dates below)

INGENJÖR 4.0

Ingenjör 4.0 is a unique initiative to develop modules with a “topical” content that respond to the rapid ongoing digitalization of industry, often called Industry 4.0 or the fourth industrial revolution. Read More

To size the educational challenge, a collection of short modules are introduced by Swedish Universities in areas central to the ongoing digitalization of the manufacturing industry. The first wave of modules has been industrially tested by 7 companies and 50 engineer pilots in June-September 2020, and thereafter further improved. Now, additionally modules are launched in a second wave.

Ingenjör 4.0 has the potential to expand and more modules will be launched over the coming years.

WHO IS INGENJÖR 4.0 FOR?

The initiative is aimed primarily at employees in the industry with an engineering background, but also at other professions such as operators, technicians, management etc. with an interest in smart and connected manufacturing – Industry 4.0.

IN WHICH LANGUAGE IS THE TRAINING?

The education is conducted in ENGLISH

ESTIMATED WORKLOAD AND EDUCATIONAL SETUP

Each module is estimated to take about 4 hours per week over 5 weeks to complete – spent in most parts at the learner’s convenience, and in some parts in coordination with co-learners. For each completed module, a Certificate is awarded.

The modules are led by prominent teachers from Swedish Universities and follow clear learning paths with time estimations of each chapter. To facilitate learning, a variety of learning activities are offered:

  • Recorded lectures and additional materials – to introduce topics.
  • Summaries – to emphasize content highlights.
  • Quizzes – to self-monitor learning progression.
  • Reflections – to connect with previous experience.
  • Exercises – to transform gained knowledge into practice.
  • Webinars – to engage into deeper discussions on selected topics, together with teachers and co-learners. Webinars are recorded; if missed, they can be watched at a later occasion.
  • Supplementary reading – to facilitate further studies
Example from Ingenjör 4.0 – Additive Manufacturing. Clear learning path with time estimations of each chapter (to the left), Recorded lecture from prominent teacher (to the top right), and quiz and reflection over the topic (to the bottom right).

Read more about the modules here below

MODULE/COURSESTARTING DATEPRICEINFORMATION
Additive Manufacturing Module

Additive Manufacturing,
This module prepares and enables you to drive digital production through Additive Manufacturing in your organization.
Chalmers University of Technology, Halmstad University

17/5/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Autonomous Robots Module

Autonomous Robots,
This module provides a brief history regarding the automation system from Industry 1.0 to Industry 4.0, and the role of robots.
KTH The Royal Institute of Technology

10/5/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Big Data Machine Learning and Sensors Module

Big Data Machine Learning and Sensors,
This module covers main aspects of Big Data and AI in manufacturing processes, beginning from machin-ing operations and ending with production.
Lund University, Halmstad University

10/5/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Connectivity, 5G, and Cloud Communication Modules

Connectivity, 5G, and Cloud Communication,
This module focuses the capabilities of 5G that can support manufacturing and demonstrate examples of how 5G can be applied in a manufacturing context.
Chalmers University of Technology

26/4/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Cyber Physical Systems and Digital Twins Module

Cyber Physical Systems and Digital Twins,
This module covers the general terminology and concepts related to cyber- physical systems and digital twins.
University of Skövde

19/4/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Cyber Security, Industrial Data Protection and Data Integrity Module

Cyber Security, Industrial Data Protection and Data Integrity,
This module focuses cyber-security definitions and models as well as information systems certification.
Mälardalen University, Linnaeus University, RISE, Combitech

FALL, 20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Global Production and Digital Supply Chains Module

Global Production and Digital Supply Chains,
This module covers global production, supply chains and production logistics, and how these are enabled by a digital transformation.
KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Lund University.

10/5/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Human Robot Collaboration Module

Human Robot Collaboration,
This module focuses the abilities and challenges of the industrial robots that can be used for collaborative tasks.
Chalmers University of Technology, KTH The Royal Institute of Technology, University West, Linnaeus University

24/5/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Management of Manufacturing Digitalization Module

 Management of Manufacturing Digitalization,
This module provides nuanced perspectives of the opportunities and challenges of managing manufacturing digitalization.
Luleå University, KTH The Royal Institute of Technology

3/5/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Smart Maintenance Module

Smart Maintenance,
This module enables you to develop the future of maintenance in your factory!
Chalmers University of Technology, KTH The Royal Institute of Technology

17/5/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Smart Products and Industrial Internet of Things module

Smart Products and Industrial Internet of Things,
This module provides an overview on challenges and opportunities in the design of an industrial internet of things.
Linköping University

19/4/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Standards and Interoperability in Digitized Industry Module

Standards and Interoperability in Digitized Industry,
This module focus how standards enable interoperability in a digitized information environment.
KTH The Royal Institute of Technology, Eurostep

19/4/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Sustainable Product Systems Modules

Sustainable Product Systems,
This module focus on tools and methods, including design guidelines, for making products more environmentally sustainable.
Linköping University, Lund University

10/5/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Sustainable Production Systems Module

Sustainable Production Systems,
This module focuses on tools and methods, for making production more environmentally sustainable, covering development, operation and assessment.
KTH The Royal Institute of Technology, Chalmers University of Technology, Lund University

24/5/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information
Visualisation, Augmented Reality, and Virtual Reality Interfaces Module

Visualisation, Augmented Reality, and Virtual Reality Interfaces,
This module focus the uses of AR and VR in Industry 4.0 environments.
Mälardalen University, Chalmers University of Technology

24/5/20211.950 SEK EXCL. VATMore information

WHO IS BEHIND THE EDUCATION?

INGENJÖR 4.0 is developed and financed within the strategic innovation program Produktion2030, which has enabled a record-breaking development of new course modules. www.produktion2030.se. Each module is available at 1.950 SEK, exluding vat.

The initiative is coordinated by Halmstad University and the module educations are developed by the Swedish Production Academy’s 13 colleges and universities and> 50 professors and teachers in collaboration www.swedishproductionacademy.se.

FURTHER QUESTIONS?

Contact the project manager prof. Bengt-Göran, bg.rosen@hh.se

REGISTER YOUR INTEREST IN PARTICIPATING IN THE TRAINING HERE!

Each module is available at 1.950 SEK, excluding vat.

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