14 December 2020

2021: FIRST EDITION OF THE SKILLS ACQUISITION PROGRAM IN INTELLIGENT TECHNOLOGIES FOR INDUSTRY 4.0

  • In 2021, the first edition of the ARPEL Program for the Acquisition of Skills in Intelligent Technologies for Industry 4.0 will take place.

    The training starts on March 9 and ends on June 29, with a load of 80 hours.

    The modality will be virtual, it will have a theoretical-practical nature, and registrations are already open.

    The Program is designed for professionals who want to start in the world of Intelligent Data Analysis using Statistical, Analytics and Artificial Intelligence techniques applied to solving problems in the oil, gas, energy and / or process industries.

    During the training there will be a review of the definitions, terminology, fundamentals and a review of the algorithms used in the data capture, storage, processing and analysis of data enrolled in what today are known as IIoT, BI, Big Data, Analytics, Statistics, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence applied to solving practical problems in the energy and process industry.

    The agenda includes two large blocks: Introduction to Intelligent Techniques of Digital Transformation for Industry 4.0, and Data Science for Industry 4.0.

    The Program is in charge of professor Estanislao Irigoyen, who throughout his professional career has worked as a researcher and analyst in Business Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence and Data Mining in various multinational companies in the sector, as well as in state agencies.

    For more information and online registration: https://arpel.org/courses/course/programa-de-adquisicion-de-capadades-en-tecnologias-inteligentes-para-la-industria-40

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