SProject SME Aisle organized its second business delegation trip for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in April 2019. During the two weeks of travelling, the team and the companies visited Namibia, South Africa and Zambia.
SAMK introduces a novel RoboAI entity, which focuses on the RDI and education activities in the fields of automation, robotics, artificial intelligence and welfare technology.
Progressive memory diseases are a significant challenge to public health and national economy. In Finland we have studied and developed the knowhow of memory diseases for a long time.
For the Sake of Our Sea – Meremme Tähden in Finnish – is an annual event that takes place on Europe Day, 9 May 2019, in Rauma, a town on the west coast of Finland, a town which old town is also a UNESCO world heritage.
SAMK hosted the third transnational partner meeting and workshop of HEALINT project on 9th and 10th of April 2019.
I work and live in Pori. Day by day I become more and more rooted, new places of the heart are born near and far, something that I´m proud to present for the whole world. The beginning in all of my art and the cradle for my creativity is water.
SAMKILAINEN KASVO. RSAMK FACES. Riika Mäkinen was just in Saudi Arabia introducing Finnish solutions to increase indoor hygiene at Global Ministerial Patient Safety Summit. Determined work has been done in IHMEC project to make people in the fields of e.g. construction and maintenance realize the importance of their everyday activities, and how microbiological healthiness of an indoor environment is influenced during the entire life cycle of a building.
Students and their teacher from SAMK have developed physiotherapy education together with European partners in European Network of Physiotherapy in Higher Education (ENPHE). The online course Learning Clinical Reasoning has been planned together with physiotherapy educators and students from University of Vic-Central Catalonia University in Spain.
On a Wednesday in March at SAMK Rauma Campus, 2nd floor of Satamakatu: 60 students in a classroom solving a game connected to production, distribution and purchasing. Half of the students are from our French partner university Vesoul and the other half are SAMK students; there are both Logistics students from the field of Engineering and International Business students from the field of Business Administration.
Internet giants are pushing prices down, people are increasingly moving to urban centers, consumers are speding more and more time online, and, with artificial intelligence, you feel you will soon be left with peanuts…Do these fears sound familiar? Well, you’re not the only one. Brick-and-mortar stores have been dealing with these challenges for a while already. Is there anything that could be done?