An initial step for the implementation, ARC has already been organizing regular student seminars in Germany including workshops and live experiments at APS in Germany. ARC provides to the students the access to industrial robotics under production conditions with remote control. An extensive exchange program for Indian faculty members guarantees the high quality of the educational lessons and practical courses. These practical courses allow direct control of the industrial robots in Germany from Indian universities. Concretely, the students learn simulating, programming and controlling the robots in order to test their results at these industrial robots, which are equipped with grippers, sensors, etc.
Applied Robotics Control for Industrial Automation:
Each participating university receives a software access for simulation and control of industrial robots.
Students learn individually and as a team to solve concrete industrial tasks which are splits into various suitable sub-tasks for immediate learning success. These tasks are supervised by trained Indian faculty members along with remotely participating German experts.
The automation tasks are designed and developed in cooperation with the Indian faculty members.
Requirement for Indian University:
Indian University/College need to be a member of Indo-Euro Synchronization academic cluster. For further inquiries on obtaining the membership please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Benefits of the Membership and Remote robotic lab at Indian University:
Member of our Academic cluster will receive the necessary training for their faculty members at Germany to run this program
Software and its server support will be provided to members of the universities to establish automation lab facilities at their location
These universities are the premium members of our near future Automation Cluster in India to execute the industrial and research projects in next days.
Trained students will be the first point of contact for internship positions and jobs in our projects and partner automation industries from India and Germany.
Universities worldwide improve their educational concepts continuously. However, they lack concrete training for job with hands-on experiences, which makes a student fit for the business life. Indo Euro Synchronization tackles this problem and organizes the establishment of R&D labs in India, with the worldwide renowned partners ‘APS GmbH – European Centre for Mechatronics’, Germany and ‘Steinbeis Center for Technology Transfer’, India. The aim is to enhance the current education by introducing concrete industrial automation concepts by teaching robotics at Indian universities, with access to real industrial robot. Further, these labs can support Indian industries including SMEs by providing automation solutions tested under real production requirements. In addition, the gap is bridged to participate at global research programs in the future.
Research Labs Establishment
Execution Partner: APS GmbH – European Centre for Mechatronics:
APS has more than 30 years of experience in the area of Industrial Robotics, Sensor Technology, Information and Communication Technology; these solutions are provided to the potential clients across the world. By gaining vast experience in the field of research and development, it plays a vital role in providing the top seminars in recently advanced technologies. APS has an extensive knowledge in education due to their professors as well as academic cooperation's and establishments of Mechatronic courses worldwide.
It is our pleasure to announce that Indo-Euro Synchronization took a giant step to organize the establishment of research labs in India to support the Indian SME’s with the cooperation of European Research Partners.
We are initiating this in the field of Industrial Automation and Robotics. As an initial step of the current mission, we are starting with establishment of Remote Automation Labs at Indian universities by providing the simulation software, support and technology, and research lab facilities support from German execution partner “European Centre for Mechatronics – APS GmbH”, located in Aachen, Germany.