Last week we have attended the IoT DIGI CLASS course, the 3rd one, which took place in Lugoj, Romania. In this training course our partners of the Vocational School Kadri Şaman MTSO of Mersin, Turkey, were teaching students from Portugal, Italy, Romania and Spain about the use of the Arduino and Raspberry Pi boards and its application on the Internet of the Things.
With the project that we carry out, we aim to improve the cooperation, safety and reliability of the systems built according to IOT ecosystem, which we believe to improve people’s lives and increase the roles of these systems in the educational process of Informatic Technologies.
With this project, we would like to increase the competency, qualification and experiences of our teachers and vocational technical education students in practice. In addition, by identifying the differences between what the experienced countries from Europe do in this issue and the dimension of the technological infrastructures and the local tools we use, strengthening the infrastructures to develop applications for IOT ecosystem in our country exists as an important goal in the result of our project. Participants of our project will be parts of the developing and changing information world.
In Romania, we were hosted by Colegiul Tehnic “Valeriu Braniste” who prepared for us, apart from the good training environment, nice activities not only in the city, but also in cities out from Lugoj, for example, Timisoara the city called a small Viena. We had an opportunity to visit several castles in Romania, a place where is produces Romanian’s wine and a small resort for bisons and more.
We would like to say thank you to the Colegiul Tehnic “Valeriu Braniste” for all they help and support!
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