Smart InDiZ II

Agile Project Management, Agility3| Companies, Teams & Projects, Business Administration for Engineers, Training for Executives, VertriebsFIT

In the project Smart InDiZ II, five practical and demand-oriented qualification offers support employees in the necessary adaptation to the changing demands of the modern working world. The seminar series "Agile Project Management", " Agilität3 | Companies, Teams & Projects", "VertriebsFIT" for sales representatives, "Business Administration for Engineers" as well as the "Training for Executives" promote the overall competence development of employees. Despite industry 4.0, digital transformation and increasing automation: The key to a company's sustained economic success is always its employees. They must be enabled to deal with increasingly complex topics in order to work interdisciplinary and independently.

Project term

06/24/2019 to 06/16/2021

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The member companies and partners of the Strategic Partnership for Sensor Technologies e.V. benefit from the qualification offers.

Project volumes

approx. 0,3 million € (proportional grant)

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CoDiCLUST

Utilizing the potential of digital learning in companies

CoDiCLUST helps to discover and use the potential of digital learning in companies. Our „Digital Learning Coaches“ show which new approaches and learning media have already proven themselves in business practice and how they can be adapted to the individual needs of companies. For this purpose, we develop with our network members "Roadmaps for Digital Learning", strategies for the creation and integration of digital learning media into everyday working life. We also train "pilots for digital learning". The pilots are contact persons for colleagues on the subject of "digital learning", they can take up requirements from the concrete working day and contribute them to the training or to the development of teaching materials.

Project term

04/01/2018 to 03/30/2021

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approx. 1 million € (proportional grant)

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BASIL

Brainwave driven digital Assistance System for motor-Impaired peopLe

Sensorik-Bayern GmbH and IT experts from the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen are developing an assistance system for motor-impaired people under the umbrella of the Sensor Technology Network. Brain activities are recorded, which are then "translated" into the language of devices and systems and sent to a control unit. This enables simple operating procedures in the field of home automation such as switching TV and radio sets on and off or raising blinds. The development can also be used for the diagnosis of early-stage Alzheimer's disease, brain training therapy for ADHD and neurofeedback as well as in the field of driver assistance systems (detection of microsleep, fatigue). More information about BASIL.

Project term

09/01/2017 to 09/30/2019

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approx. 1 million € (proportional grant)

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Cross Cluster Zustandsüberwachung

Condition monitoring of electronic systems and production facilities

Within the initiative "Cross-Cluster-Bavaria II" the Sensor Technology Cluster / Strategic Partnership for Sensor Technologies e.V. and the Power Electronics Cluster in ECPE e.V. worked together from January to October 2018 and were supported by the ZD.B Centre Digitization.Bavaria. The project explored the possibilities and promoted the industrial use of condition monitoring techniques for power electronic components that focus on industrial production, but also consider other possible applications. Within the project, an analysis of the current state of technology and the requirements of the cluster companies as well as specialist seminars were carried out. More information about the project.

Project term

01/01/2018 bis 11/30/2018

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approx. 0,1 million € (proportional grant)

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Smart InDiZ

DigitalTransformation Manager, Agile Project Management, Business Administration for Engineers

In the project Smart InDiZ, the SPS offered three qualification courses for the overall competence development of the employees. The qualification as a digital transformation manager led to the increasing digital transformation of company processes and enabled the use of innovative technologies. The seminar series Agile Project Management mediated agile methods and tools. To achieve interdisciplinary competencies to make innovation cycles more economical was the primary goal of the seminar series Business Administration for Engineers.

Project term

06/06/2017 to 05/31/2019

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The qualification offer Smart InDiZ was aimed at all member companies and more than 200 partners of the Strategic Partnership for Sensor Technologies e.V. (SPS). In particular, SMEs in the Sensor Technology Cluster, which due to their resource situation are not in a position to promote the employment potential of their experienced employees by their own efforts, were able to prepare them comprehensively for the increasing digital transformation.

Project volumes

approx. 0,25 million € (proportional grant)

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FIT for FUTURE I/II

Acquiring leadership skills and improving your sales skills

The training measures of the projects FIT FOR FUTURE I and II strengthen technical specialists of Small and Medium Enterprises with several years‘ professional experience, whose competences, especially in the field of management and sales, contribute significantly to competitiveness and innovation and thus occupy a key position in coping with future challenges, such as industry 4.0 and digital transformation.

Project term

05/01/2015 to 06/25/2019

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The qualification offer FIT FOR FUTURE was addressed to all member companies and more than 200 partner companies of the Strategic Partnership for Sensor Technologies e.V. (SPS). In particular, SMEs in the Sensor Technology Cluster which due to their resource situation are not in a position to promote the employment potential of their experienced technical staff in management and sales positions, were given the opportunity to offer these employees tailor-made training opportunities through FIT FOR FUTURE.

Project volumes

approx. 0,4 million € (proportional grant)

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Industrietechnologe 4.0 mit IHK-Zertifikat

Fit for industrial digital transformation

The in-service training to become an industrial technologist 4.0 with Certificate of the Chambers of Commerce and Industry provided time-saving and cost-saving skills required in technological change. Complex tasks and activities at the workplace were integrated and the participants were strengthened in their professional and personal development: They now take on a broad spectrum of responsible engineering related tasks such as measuring, testing and documentation, thus relieving specialists and executives. The training covered 80 teaching days, bundled into block events spread over two years. Training content was provided by experienced lecturers from the field. The participants were also accompanied by a mentor in the company.

Project term

01/01/2016 to 12/31/2017

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approx. 0,25 million € (proportional grant)

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Mit-Arbeitswelt 4.0

Utilizing the opportunities of the new world of work

In the "Mit-Arbeitswelt 4.0" project, we supported the organizational and strategic development of high-tech companies in order to promote their work design in the context of increasing digital transformation. Trends such as the new role of employees as "entrepreneurs in their own companies", the leadership in projects, the merging of the virtual and real world in the work process and the flexibilization of value chains - flowing company boundaries were not just the subject of our specialist forums. In workshops and training sessions with the participating companies from the Sensor Technology Network, we developed individual concepts and implemented them. In our method case you will find an overview of the concrete measures that we can now offer to the entire network.

Project term

08/01/2015 to 07/31/2018

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approx. 0,8 million € (proportional grant)

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SCIENT

A European University-Business Alliance aiming to foster young scientists‘ entrepreneurial spirit

The aim of the international project was to awaken the entrepreneurial spirit of students and graduates of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering and to support young scientists in translating their research results and technological knowledge into business ideas. Innovative core elements were discussions and exchanges of experience with successful entrepreneurs (mentors). The close integration of theory and practice gave the young entrepreneurs a realistic link to the daily business life of an entrepreneur and benefited from their experience. A total of 15 project partners from different European nations worked together. Project website

 

Project term

01/01/2015 to 12/31/2017

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approx. 1 million € (proportional grant)

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ICT Entrepreneur

A European University-Business Alliance aiming to foster the entrepreneurial spirit of ICT students

The project was aimed at European students and graduates of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and was supported by the Erasmus+ programme. The aim of ICT Entrepreneur was the development of an innovative training concept that motivates students and graduates of information and communication technology to start a business and promotes their entrepreneurial spirit. Interdisciplinary competences, which are important for starting an own enterprise, were imparted in compact training modules. Best practices and direct exchange with entrepreneurs provided young professionals with insights into successful business practice. Project website.

 

Project term

09/01/2014 to 08/31/2017

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approx. 0,25 million € (proportional grant)

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DEMOCLUST

Regional demographic oriented personnel management in a high-tech cluster

In the DEMOCLUST research and development project, existing cooperation structures and relationships in the Sensor Technology Cluster were expanded to establish and test regional demography management and monitoring as a function of cluster management in a high-tech industry cluster. The result is a model tool kit for coping with demographic change with measures for maintaining the competence of experienced professionals, recruiting specialists and integrating applicants for jobs in the high-tech sector via cluster management. Numerous actors from the Sensor Technology Network, well-known large companies as well as regional associations, initiatives or university experts were involved.

Project term

01/01/2012 to 04/30/2016

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approx. 1,7 million € (proportional grant)

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INNOinSENS

Innovations in sensor technology

The focus of the INNOinSENS project's research and development interests was on the interaction of technical, business, methodological and personal competences as well as on the factor trust between the actors and trust management at all company levels. Among other things, the project was dedicated to the further development of the innovative ability of companies (SMEs) and skilled workers, the expansion of a customer-oriented service portfolio of the Sensorik-Fachkräftepool as well as the stabilization and securing of employment perspectives in the Sensor Technology Cluster for temporary project assignments. The range of personnel development strategies and qualification offers in the Sensor Technology Network was also expanded.

Project term

08/01/2009 to 04/30/2013

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approx. 0,8 million € (proportional grant)

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