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At CLF 2023 we presented two papers related to Advanced Manufacturing and Cooperative Learning

Recently,  Unai Ziarsolo and Liher Errasti, Iñigo Araiztegui from Miguel Altuna VET centre and Tknika and Klaus Dieter Rupp and Raimund Hudak from Heidenheim in Germany, participated in the 2023 CLF Congress presenting the following two papers that we have prepared and worked on:

*Modular Mobile Robot System for Open Innovation

A mobile robot was developed within the EXAM4.0 project. It is a modular system designed to be assembled in a Learning Factory. It mainly consists of 3D printed parts and additional standard parts. The robot can be configured with different drive systems and controllers, from a simple remote control on Arduino to the Raspberry Pi platform. The interaction between robots, students, teachers and researchers is established at various levels through the designed open innovation platform. The concept includes the direct connection of processes in the CLF and the associated learning modules.

 

*Collaborative Learning Factory as An Integration Tool for the Learner Centric Advanced Manufacturing Platform

The European Commission has launched the CoVE initiative to support Advanced Manufacturing (AM) and Higher Vocational Education and Training (HVET). These areas require updating training, implementation of new technologies and promotion of internationalization. The causes of these needs are the technological factors related to Industry 4.0 and the environmental factors linked to the European Green Pact and its focus on the greening of the industry.

Within this context, learning factories (LF) play a crucial role in supporting HVET in AM. As part of the CoVE initiative, the LCAMP project aims to support regional skills ecosystems and various stakeholders by implementing a Collaborative Learning Factory (CLF). In this environment, collaborative scenarios for international partners and students have been digitized, researched, designed and tested. These actions are based on previous work done in the EXAM 4.0 project.