It is an initiative to promote technological vocations and to recognize the end-of-baccalaureate and cycle projects.

In the framework of his bet on promoting technological vocations, TecnoCampus has just launched a new initiative aimed at secondary schools, the Industry 4.0 awards. These are awards that consist of two categories (training cycles and high school), with an endowment of 500 euros each for the winner.

The works or projects must meet the following requirements:

  • A) They must be related to the concept of Industry 4.0 or Intelligent Manufacturing. Specifically, they must be framed in one of the following thematic areas: - Cyber-physical systems - Internet of Things - Virtual reality - Augmented reality - Advanced and collaborative robotics - Edge computing - Cloud computing - Digital Twins - Cyber- security - Connectivity and mobility - Artificial intelligence - Business Intelligence - Big Data - Additive manufacturing - Predictive maintenance - Smart product - Smart logistics - Sustainable manufacturing - Energy management - Circular economy - Ethics applied to technology.
  • B) They must have the nature of research work of Baccalaureate or CFGS Final Project.

    In the case of baccalaureate papers, they can be submitted now, while those for training courses can be submitted from May 15 to June 2.


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