Bosch Rexroth is now supplying its recently launched mMS 4.0 modular mechatronics training rigs as part of its ongoing commitment to support the next generation of engineers. The Industry 4.0 compliant rigs form part of the Drive & Control Academy training offering each one is a complete engineering system built with genuine industry-grade components. The rigs come with HMI, RFID and Open Core Engineering from Rexroth with PLC programming options included, plus hydraulic and pneumatic components, providing students with a true hands-on industrial process experience.
Developed specifically for educational and industrial institutions, the training rigs are tailored to support students and teachers as well as customers and employees. Additional enhancements that may be absent from current factory floors have also been installed to help students keep one step ahead of the evolving engineering industry.
Consisting of three individual stations, the mMS 4.0 modular design allows for complete flexibility adapting to individual needs appropriate for every learning path, both in academic and industry environments.
Suitable for beginners through to advanced engineers, the modular hydraulic, pneumatic and mechatronic systems are tailored to suit the qualification stages both for education and industry. As well as being supplied with component kits, there are also corresponding exercises, eLearning, project manuals and supporting material provided for each training system.
Speaking about the launch, Richard Chamberlain, Product Manager Service at Bosch Rexroth, said: "The launch of our new training rigs offering is market leading and aims to provide the younger generation with a better understanding in the future of manufacturing.
"Rexroth pools this expertise and seamlessly integrates it into modular mechatronics training systems – meeting the exact qualification levels required by the industry.
"We firmly believe our industry-grade training rigs will equip students with the ability to stay ahead of the curve. Our course material helps guide trainees through consecutive steps that build on one another, which means motivation remains high."
The interconnected software and system is available worldwide, installed with the knowledge of what is needed in everyday industrial practice. This allows for a better understanding of current technologies which is essential to manufacturers' ongoing competitiveness.
The Bosch Group is one of the largest training providers for technical professions worldwide. Bosch Rexroth's mMS 4.0 modular mechatronic system simulates a complete production process, combining several systems that can be operated individually or together.
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