Event: a real factory-school is exhibited at SIANE, the trade fair for industry partners, from October 19 to 21 at the MEETT in Toulouse. It is presented in preview on 500m2 and will open in January 2022, bringing together all the training courses in mechanical engineering of greater Toulouse.
The factory-school of the future is one of the attractions of the SIANE 2021, the trade fair for industry partners. It begins this Tuesday and will take place until Thursday, October 21 at the MEETT in Toulouse. This is the opportunity to discover in preview, the facilities of the future Maison de la formation Jacqueline Auriol (MFJA) which will open its doors in January 2022, on the B612 side at Toulouse Aérospace, in Montaudran.
This 500 m² space set up at SIANE is dedicated to the development of technologies for the industry of the future. Its originality: this exhibition is life-size … the whole will be completely moved to the building of the Maison de la formation Jacqueline Auriol in Montaudran. A super campus that will meet in January 2022, the 1,500 mechanical engineering students of greater Toulouse.
“We have inside the acceleration platform to provide industrial students with the right skills, explains Emmanuel Cordier, coordinator of the school factory project. Objective: to franchise the 4th industrial revolution. The challenge is also to support companies in their transformation. It’s “real stuff” that produces parts that meet local needs. “
This 4.0 manufacturing makes maximum use of the advantages of digital technology in order to manufacture competitively in Occitania, to relocate to low-cost countries. “For example, visitors will be able to discover the manufacture of an innovative jet ski turbine, pursuit Emmanuel Cordier. It works quietly with a bicycle battery which gives it 2 hours of autonomy. This is the 2021 innovation prize in Occitanie “.
Crossing the 4th industrial revolution
Other productions to observe on this exceptional stand: parts of a drone capable of intervening in the rescue of victims carried out with Cap Gémini, parts of a three-wheeled hydrogen-powered scooter based with the CEA, etc.
“The challenge is to show a perfectly competitive ultra-flexible factory, adds Emmanuel Cordier, which is capable of producing in the territory for a wide variety of fields, other than aeronautics“Diversification and advanced technology such as augmented and virtual reality, additive manufacturing or robotics / cobotics are at the heart of this project.
The university worked hand in hand with industry to create this factory-school. This Tuesday, October 19, 2021, a partnership agreement is also signed at SIANE between the president of the Federal University of Toulouse, Philippe Raimbault, and the president of the CCI, Philippe Robardey.