The Executive Master consists of five training modules of 40 hours each and a personal validation project of 120 hours. In addition, the trainees will have to attend conferences dedicated to the management of digital transformation.The training modules will alternate between theoretical lectures, case studies and trainings on industrial equipment.
The Master Courses
The modules of this master program are:
M1. System Engineering
M2. Industrial automation
M3. Industrial networks and Internet of Things
M4. Modelling, simulation and digital twin
M5. Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM)
M6. Conferences on Management of digital transformation
Digitalization of industrial processes and the deployment of Industry 4.0 concepts are important concern for companies looking to improve their efficiency and competitiveness. To achieve this goal, companies need to develop the expertise of their engineers, to be able to choose and to install the right technologies.
The «Digital Factory» Executive Master addresses the issue of digitalization of industrial processes, considering all the hierarchical levels, from the sensor level to the planning level. The proposed training modules allow to understand the complexity of the integration projects and to master the methods, the concepts and the technologies necessary to succeed.
The participants of this Master will be able to give a boost to their careers and evolve towards positions requiring high levels of engineering. The skills acquired will allow them, for instance, to:
manage the complexity of digital transformation projects;
analyze the needs and translate them into technical requirements;
model and simulate systems;
Provide appropriate automation solutions;
deploy the connectivity technologies with equipment;
understand how to integrate technologies such as the Internet of Things, cloud computing, virtual reality, mixed reality and artificial intelligence into their industrial processes.
Who Should Attend
This training is intended for computer engineers (and technicians), automation engineers, process engineers or other specialists who have, or will have, to participate to digitization projects.
Khalid KOUISS is Professor in Systems Automation and Systems Engineering. It shares its activities between the UM6P and the SIGMA Engineering School in Clermont-Ferrand. Research activities include system engineering, industrial systems modelling, IMS (Intelligent Manufacturing Systems), MES (Manufacturing Execution Systems), industrial systems automation and the deployment of industry 4.0 concepts.