Bosch Rexroth continues to support and influence vocational education and training for accelerated adoption of Industrial 4.0 best practices

General Press Releases Friday January 3, 2020 11:06
Bangkok--3 Jan--ABM Connect
Bosch underscores its commitment to accelerate Thailand's transition to a knowledge-based economy

As a leading specialist in drive and control technology, Bosch has a unique level of technological expertise as both an internal user and external provider. This dual experience is applied in the development of training courses, systems, learning tools and didactic materials.

Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things rapidly change the way work is undertaken in diverse industries and businesses. For Bosch, Industry 4.0 is not about replacing existing workers with machines, it is structured for the advanced training of existing and new workers and easing their understanding and practical use of web-enhanced technologies and solutions as they transition into today's digitalized economies.

Addressing Thailand's need and resolve to rise and meet the challenges of today and tomorrow, Mr. Nikolay Kurnosov, General Manager for Bosch Rexroth Thailand, concluded by stating that, "The constant phase of technological breakthroughs affecting the practicality of school curriculums and businesses such as the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and robotics, have resulted in dramatic changes in manufacturing and automation processes. This poses challenges and opportunities for students and employees. Having implemented connected solutions in virtually all its roughly 280 plants already, Bosch continues to view these challenges as a welcome part of a practical learning curve and also as something to be overcome by Bosch's proven working model. Bosch's vision for the Factory of the Future in Thailand, as in other countries, requires that employees adapt to and embrace some dramatically new skill sets that cover the entire manufacturing process – everything from data mining to the use of augmented reality."

Bosch presented its E-Learning, E-Training, and practical training systems, all of which collectively guide aspiring professionals with the help of multimedia, illustrations, animations and videos. Learning curves are flatter and more manageable when complex facts, processes and issues are met with practical, easy-to-understand solutions and case studies.

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