Exploring Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things

FLATE and FACTE are partnering for the development of a new online course for Florida CTE Educators: Exploring Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things. New technologies are entering our everyday lives at an alarming rate AND, all of these new technologies are impacting how all businesses “do business” and that means that our students have to work with these new and emerging technologies in the workplace. The 4-week course will be offered on the FACTE online professional development portal beginning Tuesday, March 31, 2020 and continuing every Tuesday for four weeks. You can register for the course online at FACTE's website.

Length:  24 Hours

Sessions: 4 total, online, one night per week for 3 hours of direct instruction, 3 hours of offline work
Budget:  Course Development Stipend $600, Teacher Cost $200 per session = $1000, total cost $1600

Course Summary:

In this course, we will start learning about Industry 4.0 which is the increased inclusion of automation and data exchange in technologies developed today. This course will address the major pillars of Industry 4.0:  Big Data, Internet of Things, Automation, Cloud Computing, and Augmented Reality. We will address these pillars through theory, application, impact, and analysis.  We will look at these broad topics from the perspective of the impact it has on our industries and society, in addition to the translation of 21st Century careers and the need for transferable skills.  The course will have independent and collaborative sharing requirements.  For full credit, you are required to attend the session at the time posted.
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Topics Covered: Industry 4.0, Machine Learning, Augmented Reality, 3D Printing, Big Data, Data Analytics, Could Computing, Mobile Technologies, Advanced Robotics, Internet of Things, RFID Technology, Cognitive computer, Geo Locating, System Integration, Cyber Security and Simulation.

Career Cluster Connections: Communication, Engineering, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Computer Science, Transportation, Business, Agriculture

For additional information, please contact Dr. Marilyn Barger, barger@fl-ate.org. 

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