Great learning resources shared from the University of Toledo Engineering/Engineering Technology Program
Projects, Videos, and more for use in education
Rapid advancements in technology are making it more
difficult for universities to keep up with the technology to train students.
The constant change puts a burden on budgets as well as personnel in the university
system. It is extremely advantageous and important for technology companies to
partner with academia to help with these challenges.
Manufacturing has historically been a vital part of Ohio’s
economy and as the manufacturing resurgence began the state became an
epicenter. With this said, the University of Toledo located in Toledo, Ohio saw
the importance of implementing real world training into their curriculum.
Members of the staff visited companies within their state and realized
companies were adopting Siemens technologies.
Dr. William Ted Evans, a professor in the College of
Engineering, found it beneficial to partner with Siemens through Siemens
Cooperates with Education (SCE). Through SCE, Dr. Evans completed many courses
utilizing PLC and HMI technologies to implement in the classroom creating
real-world experiences for his students.
One of my favorite quotes comes from Dr. Evans, “Stories
from students getting more job offers, better offers and challenging jobs is
where it is at.” Dr. Evans readily shares
his projects, curriculum, and even added videos to his home page for others to
To learn more about SCE and the University of Toledo: https://assets.new.siemens.com/siemens/assets/api/uuid:ae1e2816-0aea-4906-aa27-0c105801425e/version:1537525700/df-fa-sce-case-study-en-lo-res.pdf
Follow Siemens Ingenuity blog to learn more about Siemens
Cooperates with Education and many more topics: https://ingenuity.siemens.com/?stc=usdi101085.