Towards Automation Component Based Design Hands-on Training

Abstract : Automation world is living a change of design methodologies. Old top-down approaches are being replaced by component based design allowing design, realization and exploitation cost gains. Automation training in universities also evolves in order to train future automation industrialists up to date on new design paradigms and technologies. This paper presents three projects illustrating this evolution, based on training component based design applied to simulation of operative and control parts use.
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Arnaud Lelevé, Mady Guillemot, Nabil Fakhfakh, Didier Noterman. Towards Automation Component Based Design Hands-on Training. International Conference on Integrated, Virtual and Interactive Engineering for fostering Industrial Innovation, Oct 2008, Beijing, China. pp.1-8. ⟨hal-00331581⟩

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