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|Published:||2020 in Spain|
The introduction and teaching of new technological, social and environmental trends is not possible without the adaptation of learning spaces and labs required by Industry 4.0 training. To make this a reality, new technologies must be included in training programmes and specific equipment procured. Moreover, mature processes and technologies, for example the industrial Internet of Things, communications, data management, and automation, must be adapted for use in training. In Basque Country, Spain, Miguel Altuna’s Advanced Manufacturing 4.0 Lab/Workshop addresses these challenges with the creation of a Learning Cyber Physical Space.