The Cyber-physical Training Module

Nov. 27, 2023
Festo Didactic’s Ted Rozier discusses the next wave of training, where both new workers and existing plant personnel are using artificial intelligence to integrate new technologies into existing plants.

New technology is everywhere, and training both new workers and incumbent workers on this technology also involves such strategies as artificial intelligence and augmented reality. Join Bob Vavra, senior content director at Machine Design, and Festo Didactic’s Ted Rozier as they look at the changing face of training for new and existing workers. Among the topics: 

  • The robotic/cyber-physical learning modules now in community colleges and other training centers.  

  • How these modules apply AI/AR and how smart maintenance skills are enhanced. 

  • How incumbent workers and students are adapting to this new level of training.

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