On October 19, the Education+2017 International Summit and Exhibition for Vocational Education was held in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province. Jiangsu HRG Edubot Industrial Robot Co.,LTD, an affiliated company of HIT Robot Group (HRG), showcased its industrial robotics education tutorials, original training and examination equipment, and mobile application for industrial robot learning at the event. Zhang Wenming, Edubot’s General Manager gave speech and shared his view on Internet+ and industrial robot education model.
Highlight 1: The speech on Internet+ and industrial robot education
Zhang Mingwen gave speech at the Summit
In his speech, Zhang Mingwen began by introducing how industrial robot education has risen. After that, he described Edubot’s industrial robot education system that is composed of standardized education equipment and all kinds of supporting resources, such as those in branding, content production, qualification evaluation and placement. Mr. Zhang also pointed out the advantages of online education and presented the target user, courses, resources, education models and results of Edubot’s online education platform.
Highlight 2: The original industrial robotics education tutorials
Edubot presented its original industrial robotics education tutorials, which is recommended by academicians from Chinese Academy of Engineering and Chinese Academy of Sciences and has been included in Chinese government’s official tutorial list for national industrial robotics talent advancement initiatives. The tutorials can be found on mainstream online bookstores.
Edubot has worked with Harbin Institute of Technology, mainstream robot brands and multiple vocational education institutions to complete the tutorial composition, which focuses on robot learning and development of different levels. The tutorials include textbooks, manuals, test books, teaching materials for instructors, and related videos.
The original Edubot industrial robot education tutorials are showcased at the exhibition.
Highlight 3: “Industrial robots application engineer” equipment
HRG Edubot is the first official training institutions for industrial robots application engineer accredited by CEIAEC, the education and test center under the Ministry of Economy and Information Technology (MIIT). The program provided by Edubot has been included in the engineering program list of MIIT’s talent advancement system.
The three pieces of equipment for industrial robot skill training and examination on display at the exhibition has been included in official list for industrial robot application engineer education. Those who pass the exam will receive Industrial Robot Application Engineer certificates issued by CEIAEC.
The equipment has more than 40 education modules, which is capable of demonstration and training for various application areas. Each module has been armed with 232 exclusive formats of installation and combination to ensure the universality in education and diversity in examination. The equipment is compatible with major domestic and foreign robot body brands.
HRG Edubot’s independently researched and developed industrial robot skill evaluation live training platforms for display.
Highlight 4: Edubot Academy, mobile application for industrial robot education
Edubot’s mobile application for industrial robot education, “Edubot Academy” is now available in Android and iOS app stores. Logging onto the app, one can watch free videos of courses created by Harbin Institute of Technology and Edubot, which range from entry to advanced level.
The app has changed the traditional classroom-based learning methods into online education that is free of charge and any requirement. Learners can watch weekly seminars and communicate with experienced experts via the app.
Edubot Academy, the mobile application for industrial robot education was showcased at the event.
The three-day event has attracted participants from more than 300 globally renowned enterprises, professional entities and education institutions and more than 5,000 audiences from a variety of educational organizations. Edubot’s presence at the event aimed to display the company’s innovation in industrial robot education and actively seek opportunities of collaborations.
Editor: Yu Shanshan