ELearning Programme

ELearning Programme

The growing demand for commercial robots leads to growth in elearning programs for companies, universities and communities.

We must make the best use of the emerging technologies in order to showcase the power of learning like awakening curiosity and  stimulating innovation.

The world of learning and teaching in the world is still traditional.

In order to reshape education successfully, learners and should engage in more personalization, collaboration and better links between formal and informal learning, with the help of experts and specialist (not only teachers) who are confident in sharing and creation of educational contents.

Learning can't anymore be confined to specific public schools, classrooms and timetables but take full advantage of technology to break boundaries and learn across cultures, ages, and geographical divides.

This elearning programme shall engage all stakeholders, social change makers, educational institutions, policy makers, learning industry, teachers, schools through a set of concrete actions under the four pillars:

  • Open learning environments
  • Open educational resources
  • Connectivity
  • Concerted actions


3 Reasons to attend


1) A practical grounding in artificial intelligence (AI) and its business applications, equipping you with the knowledge and confidence you need to help you transform your organization into an innovative, efficient, and sustainable company of the future.

2) The ability to lead informed, strategic decision making and digital business performance by integrating key AI management and leadership insights into the way your organization operates.

3) Learn the impact of the "Digital Revolution" and how IoT, big data, and machine learning are converging.


Remote Control Programme

As more companies add unmanned ground vehicles, as part of their work force, the need for skilled pilots to operate them also grows. To address the demand for more skilled pilots, training companies are offering robotic training programs that can teach operators how to properly interface with commercial robots.

But it can become expensive for instructors to just hand the controls of a an unmanned ground vehicle over to a new operator who has never driven an automated system, which is why many companies are turning to simulation software (in the earlier stage) as part of their learning programmes. 

Simulation software, gives new operators an easier way to learn how to pilot a drone than by risking damage to a thousand-dollar-or-more "Special Purpose Vehicle" .


Innovative and Critical Thinking Paths:









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