3D printing is a hot topic, and it can be utilized in industry, art and marketing as well as at schools. Experts and researchers from Finland, Great Britain and Turkey have pooled their expertise to create new 3D printing educational materials for comprehensive schools as well as for engineering students.
Electrical and automation engineering student Antti Inkinen decided to go abroad to student exchange for half a year before graduation. Antti´s philosophy is to challenge himself and he also wanted to have new perspectives to engineering and project work.
SAMK is planning an ROS (Robot Operating System) further training module to be organized in autumn 2020. The target group consists of SMEs and employed or unemployed jobseekers, who would improve the competitiveness of the region of Satakunta with their new competence.
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– We have a device like this, figure out what it could be used for was my first assignment as a trainee at SAMK, Santeri Saari recalls.
The automation laboratory has enjoyed the company of an international trio as Belgian Maxime Grégoire and Nacho Valero and Jaime Abril from Spain have studied at Robotics Academy.
A new simulation environment was created for SAMK for New Dimensions for Production Automation by Simulation Environment project. The simulation environment is now available for local companies who can develop their operations by using the environment. Sinituote Oy is one of the gainers.
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Automation steals jobs. Nevertheless, new jobs and professions arise unpredictably. If education trains you to think it doesn’t grow old. At the Robots steal jobs debate, organized by SAMK, stood out the importance of learning ability.
Ms Mirka Leino, MSc (Tech), Principal Lecturer in SAMK created in her dissertation a model for technology development work between higher education institutions and enterprises, where both parties present their needs and share their knowledge.