Industry 4.0 from the perspective of Education 4.0


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Authors

  • József Udvaros Budapest Business School
  • Miklós Gubán Budapest Business School
  • Ákos Gubán Budapest Business School
  • Ágnes Sándor Budapest Business School

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.59287/ijanser.705

Keywords:

Industry 4.0, Education 4.0, Drone, Microcontroller, Blockchain

Abstract

Industry 4.0, or the fourth industrial revolution, means the automation of industrial processes, digitalization and the use of data in order to increase the efficiency and quality of production processes. Industry 4.0 also affects other areas of the economy, as well as education. The concept of Education 4.0 strives to modernize and apply education to the age of Industry 4.0 using new technologies and methods.

The main goal of Education 4.0 is to prepare students for the challenges of Industry 4.0 and to give them skills and knowledge that they will need in the digital age. This new educational model is no longer only about the transfer of information, but also focuses on developing students' abilities and renewing their problem-solving skills. Education for student-centered education aims to increase student motivation, develop individual skills and improve learning outcomes.

To implement Education 4.0, educational institutions need to provide the infrastructure and infrastructure that enables students to use digital technologies and virtual learning. For students, Education 4.0 also includes interactive learning opportunities such as online courses, videos, and interactive learning materials.

In this article, we present the methods and thematic units that should be taught so that students can meet the challenges of Industry 4.0.

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Author Biographies

József Udvaros, Budapest Business School

Faculty of Finance and Accountancy, Hungary

Miklós Gubán, Budapest Business School

Faculty of Finance and Accountancy, Hungary

Ákos Gubán, Budapest Business School

Faculty of Finance and Accountancy, Hungary

Ágnes Sándor, Budapest Business School

Faculty of Finance and Accountancy, Hungary

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2023-05-15

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Udvaros, J., Gubán, M., Gubán, Ákos, & Sándor, Ágnes. (2023). Industry 4.0 from the perspective of Education 4.0. International Journal of Advanced Natural Sciences and Engineering Researches, 7(4), 230–234. https://doi.org/10.59287/ijanser.705

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