Summary of the project
The Drone technology training to boost EU entrepreneurship and Industry 4.0. – eduDrone project aims to support the implementation of Industry 4.0 in the European Union through development of technological entrepreneurship, by strengthening the key competences related to Drone Technology, in Vocational Education and Training (VET). Also, it will help individuals to acquire and develop high quality skills and key competences, including entrepreneurial and digital skills, to allow them to take advantage of the huge Industry 4.0 opportunities by starting up their own business. eduDrone project promoted social inclusion and gender-balance by enhancing the access, participation and learning performance of disadvantaged learners and women.
The partners developed relevant guidelines, a Drone Technology curricula with courseware, a trainer guideline and an e-learning platform. They are available in 5 languages (EN, RO, PL, GR, IT), free and open to all.
eduDrone is directed at VET teachers, trainers, mentors and VET training providers, as well as at VET students and learners. The project includes also people with fewer opportunities. Main project objectives are the following:
- To support the implementation of Industry 4.0 in the European Union through development of technological entrepreneurship, by strengthening the key competences related to Drone Technology, in Vocational Education and Training (VET).
- To help individuals to acquire and develop high quality skills and key competences, including entrepreneurial and digital skills, that allow them to take advantage of the huge Industry 4.0 opportunities by starting up their own business.
- To promote social inclusion and gender-balance by enhancing the access, participation and learning performance of disadvantaged learners and women.
More information: www.edudrone-project.eu
This brochure provides guidelines on the use of Drone Technology in Vocational Education Training (VET) and outlines basic information for VET trainers and institutions who desire to incorporate Drone Technology into their curriculum and develop their professional status. It includes topics about drone technology, technical guidance for drone, applications and legislation for drones’ usage. Also there are a series of case studies which indicate the common uses for drone technology in various fields. Last but not least, this brochure makes a brief reference in the potential of drone implementation in STEM disciplines and social inclusion of disabled learners, attracting students giving them an impulse toward a VET learning path.
“Guidelines on Industry 4.0 and Drone Entrepreneurship for VET students” provides essential information for those who want to start a new business in the fields of Industry 4.0 and/or Drone Industry. It presents Industry 4.0 and drone based business ideas and opportunities and covers important topics like technology, legislation, applications, etc. in order to help VET students and VET graduates to identify opportunities and to start their own business taking advantage of drone technology.
“Curricula of Drone Technology course” is aimed to help VET students to take advantage of the huge opportunities created by Industry 4.0, through the adaption of Drone Technology, in order to start a new business or to expand already existing companies. It includes 12 chapters focused on the elements of essential theory and design concepts of today’s Drone Technology.
“Curricula of Drone Technology course” presents the conditions of course deployment, the competences gained by the students and the objectives of the course. Also, the organization of Drone Technology course (number of hours, activities, resources and materials, training method, and methods of evaluation) is detailed and the assessment criteria are given.
This intellectual output represents a valuable tool for any VET provider or other organization interested in providing and/or training its own personnel in the Drone Technology field. Also, it can be useful for individuals (students, freelancers, graduates, etc.) interested in educating themselves in Drone Technology.
On the e-learning platform you can find the Drone Technology course developed in the frame of eduDrone project, in 5 languages: English, Italian, Polish, Romanian and Greek. The registration is free and open to everybody.
Enrol right now at https://edudrone-project.eu/lms/ and start learning about the fascinating drones
Ludor Engineering. – applicant organization, Iasi, Romania
Ludor Engineering is a Romania based engineering company dedicated to providing comprehensive services in product development, mechanical engineering and design and prototyping. It also has expertise in implementation of advanced technologies in education, including Industry 4.0, drones, 3D printing, etc. Ludor Engineering has direct experience of participating in EU projects including Erasmus+, as both coordinator and partner.
University Politehnica of Bucharest– partner, Bucharest, Romania
University Politehnica of Bucharest is the largest Technical University in Romania, with great expertise and bearing an essential role in the development of Higher Education in the country. One of its research and development centres, UPB-CAMIS, has a vast experience and expertise in ICT technologies for innovation and creativity in Engineering, these concepts being taught to students for several years. CAD/CAM or additive manufacturing technologies constituted an integral part in the training process of a technical engineer.
Ke.Di.Vi.M2 KAINOTOMIA – partner, Larisa, Greece
KAINOTOMIA provide business consultancy to companies & supporting services and consulting support services to trainees to facilitate their (re) entrance into the labour market. KAINOTOMIA has participated in several national projects, offering a high degree of expertise regarding training in contemporary fields, matching them with those that have a high demand in job’s market, in order to develop trainees’ knowledge, skills and attitudes towards their integration in the labour market.KAINOTOMIA has been participating in co funded national projects under the name of “local development plans and entrepreneurship for unemployed based on specific local needs and growth potential”.
Danmar Computers – partner, Rzeszow, Poland
Danmar Computers LLC is a private company operating in the field of Information Technology and providing vocational training in this field. Danmar has an extensive experience in developing modern Web and mobile applications that are used for educational purposes. Danmar also has long-term experience of carrying out European projects within which company’s R&D staff conducts research and prepares trainings tailored to the needs of various learners.
Istituto per la Formazione, l’Occupazione e la Mobilita – partner, Bologna, Italy
IFOM – that stands for Institute for Training, Employability and Mobility is a Vocational Education and Training (VET) centre that strongly believes in and supports work-based learning, mobile learning, apprenticeships and vocational trainings schemes both at local and European level. IFOM is active in the area of providing vocational work placements in Italian companies for students coming from European VET ad HE centres and of offering the possibility to Italian VET students to undergo a work experience abroad.
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Yesterday on 20-6-2019, Ke.Di.Vi.M2 Innovation organized a multiplier event dedicated to the dissemination of the intellectual outputs of the European Erasmus + project eduDrone, within the presence of 30 participants. The event was attended by representatives of the University of Thessaly and people coming from local, public and private institutions. After the presentation of the […]
The Fifth Transnational Meeting took place on Friday 7/6/2019 in Bucharest, Romania, and was hosted at the premises of the Romanian Partner, at the “Politehnica University of Bucharest” (UPB Camis). Issues such as the following where discussed: -the completion of the four intellectual outputs of the project with a particular focus on the testing of […]