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The academic syllabus of the Electrical Enginering and industrial data processing taught inside the french Institutes of Technology offers a course called Industrial Ethernet and remote control with the internet. The aim of this module consists in making students more sensitive to the use of ethernet as an industrial communication solution. In firms, the students will have to maintain equipments such that packaging machines, collective boilers or water treament plant. As a pedagogical support, the Spykee robot platform is used for two main reasons. First, its possibilities are matching the previous objectives. Then, as it is a regional product, that implies the maintenance and improvements can be effective with a short delay. The robot can be used at different levels of applications with respect to the user's basic knowledge. The paper deals with the main applications done with the multidisciplinary platform. One application is based on the DARE method, acronym for Discovering, Applying and REsolving which has been used for ten years in the Electrical Enginering department. A second example presents an international robotics competition with academic partners. During this one week competition, groups of European students share their skills and know-how with our students. The paper ends with a short presentation of a humanoid robot that offers a large amount of possibilities and triggers imagination for new pedagocical applications.
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hal-02521176 , version 1 (27-03-2020)


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Eric Cartignies, Jean-Charles Canonne, Jean-Paul Becar, Laurent Vermeiren, Fabrice Robert. A MULTIDISCIPLINARY CLIENT-SERVER PLATFORM. International Conference on Education, IADAT e2013, Jul 2013, BILBAO, Spain. ⟨hal-02521176⟩
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