DigiDemo partners met for the first transnational project meeting

On 12 November 2020, the five DigiDemo project partners met for their first transnational project meeting. Due to the sanitary crisis the meeting took place virtually and not as planned in the premisses of the project coordinator Professionshøjskolen UCN in Aalborg, Denmark.

Some participants of the 1st Virtual DigiDemo Transnational Meeting

The meeting has been the opportunity to discover all new members of the team and to present to them the project goals. Participants also discussed first results from the state-of-the- art and the mechatronics study programmes analyses, as well as the framework for demonstrators.

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DigiDemo logo competition won by Astrid Bjerg from UCN

The DigiDemo project aims at creating demonstrators for teaching engineering students to design, develop and commercialise connected products.
Thus the DigiDemo took an innovative approach when defining its Corporate Identity and directly associated these students via a Student Logo Competition. Five interesting CI suggestions have been submitted, and the Winner is: Astrid Skovsgaard Bjerg from our partner Professionshøjskolen UCN. Congratulations.

DigiDemo Logo Competition winner Astrid Skovsgaard Bjerg from our partner Professionshøjskolen UCN (© UCN)

Thank you too to Maxence LAMAZE and Jérémie Bruneau from ESTA School, and to Filip Smalec and Niclas Strømgård Bak from Professionshøjskolen UCN for their suggestions.

Digidemo Project launched

Welcome to the DigiDemo project official website.

DigiDemo is a European project focusing on new ways of learning mechatronics and IoT. It contributes to improving knowledge of European students in these fields of science.

The project will help strengthening European companies’ competitiveness in global markets via best skilled personnel.

The DigiDemo project runs from September 2020 to August 2023. It will result in 20 pedagogic demonstrators for teaching higher education students.

The DigiDemo project is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.