2017 27th Annual Conference: All contributions

2017 27th Annual Conference: All contributions by misc, Version 2017, EURASHE_AC_LeHavre_170330-31_contributions.zip (65.2 MB) -

All contributions to EURASHE's 27th Annual Conference: posters, keynotes, breakout sessions, and good practices

The smart factory with a part production concept in higher education – paper

The smart factory with a part production concept in higher education - paper by Gorazd Rakovec, Version 2017, EURASHE_AC_LeHavre_170330-31_pres_RAKOVEC_paper.pdf (0.2 MB) -

The 4th industrial revolution was responsible for the formation of a new science. In Germany, the new science was named Industry 4.0. The new jobs with the titles: Architect Industry 4.0 (or digitalization, Internet of Things ...), Consultant Industry 4.0, Engineer Industry 4.0, etc., were created. Technical schools have begun offering new subjects for Industry 4.0. A short description of the business model has been written which brings significant upgrades across all the business functions. The interactional block diagram of the manufacturing and logistics CPS (Cyber Physical Systems) has been drawn and described. The factory of the 4th revolution called the Smart Factory is the synthesis of the 3rd Industrial Revolution systems with the upgraded process feedback loop. The new system - Smart Factory, was built using the basic units - islands and IIoT systems, which are the synthesis of manufacturing, handling, assembly, logistic and control, machines, tools, products, PLM-CAx systems, ERP, MES, SCADA and Process systems. The biggest novelty in production is the decentralized logistics of the products which navigate themselves. The biggest advantage of the Smart Factory is the ability that staff can learn the processes much better. The longer they learn, the more they know and more added value they produce. Therefore, the Smart Factory is built for people who work to seventy years of age and older, and every day they become smarter.

Contributions by EURASHE on Discovering Flexible Pathways between VET and PHE

Contributions by EURASHE on Discovering Flexible Pathways between VET and PHE by Alicia-Leonor Sauli-Miklavčič, Hans Daale, Tamer Atabarut, Raimund Hudak, Igor Hovnik, Ülle Kesli, Alan Sherry, Version 2016, EURASHE_Vetweek_WS_contributions.pdf (2.8 MB)

Report from the ‘Discovering Flexible Pathways between VET and PHE’ workshop

Report from the ‘Discovering Flexible Pathways between VET and PHE’ workshop by Alan Sherry, Version 2017, Report_EURASHE-WS.pdf (0.4 MB)

HEIs, Regional Knowledge Exchange and Lessons from the HEInnovate Review of Ireland

HEIs, Regional Knowledge Exchange and Lessons from the HEInnovate Review of Ireland by Richard Thorn, Version 2016, EURASHE_sem_reg_dev_Bratislava_06-07122016_pres_THORN.pdf (1.0 MB)

Regional foundations of Austrian UAS and their contribution to regional development

Regional foundations of Austrian UAS and their contribution to regional development by Michael Roither, Version 2016, EURASHE_sem_reg_dev_Bratislava_06-07122016_pres_Roither.pdf (2.8 MB)

Potential Role and Missions of Slovak HE within Regional Development Agenda – lessons learnt from the project “Higher Education as a Driver of the Knowledge Society Development”

Potential Role and Missions of Slovak HE within Regional Development Agenda - lessons learnt from the project “Higher Education as a Driver of the Knowledge Society Development” by Peter Obdržálek, Version 2016, EURASHE_sem_reg_dev_Bratislava_06-07122016_pres_OBDRZALEK.pdf (0.9 MB)