A MEGATREND IN FULL FORCE

TECHNOLOGY

DIGITALISATION – FROM BITS TO BIG DATA

The Digitalisation Age has moved into the passing lane and is gaining speed. This global megatrend has become a highly effective driving force with virtually unlimited innovative potential. Here in Germany, however, we still have a lot of catching up to do before we can outperform the international competition in 5G, artificial intelligence, robotics and automation. And yet it’s hard to imagine a part of our private or professional life that hasn’t long since been impacted by digitalisation. 

Industry 4.0 (smart factory) and the growth of networking enable the continuous development of new technologies designed to simplify our life and protect our planet. Goals that cannot be achieved without highly qualified digital developers. Here, too, every success story starts with visionary training programmes. 

CREATING DIGITAL SOLUTIONS TOGETHER

Riding the digital train, or better still, contributing to the transformation process, is a complex challenge. Without modern networking, it’s completely out of the question. And although the global exchange of information and knowledge represents a tremendous advancement for humanity, digital solutions expose in equal measure existing shortcomings on our planet at the same time. Digital technologies such as WiFi, cloud systems and smart devices are already an integral part of our everyday life, of course. But who and what is behind them all? And how can we apply this technical progress in constructive ways to safeguard our future on this planet? These questions are hard to answer without high quality education and highly qualified specialists. 

EDUCATION IN THE DIGITALISATION ARENA

PERFECTLY NETWORKED WITH THE TECHNOLOGY OF TOMORROW

WELL-EQUIPPED

EVEN FOR SECONDARY DIGITAL CONCERNS

Digital progress does not accelerate smoothly from zero to sixty. The development curve here tends to be much more exponential. Computers, telephones and televisions were invented and then subsequent generations redefined them again and again. Now the intervals between innovations continue to shrink thanks to the dynamic replication of information through networking. More and more data are compiled and evaluated through artificial intelligence at an ever increasing speed. This gives rise to secondary issues along with the associated new challenges, such as data privacy and cybersecurity. Qualified professionals have to support and further develop this digital ecosystem – and extend its access and benefits to the global community.

STRENGTHENED

TO SUCCEED IN THE MODERN VUCA WORLD

To effectively qualify professionals, it takes more than just knowledge of the digital status quo. VUCA is an acronym that describes a societal phenomenon: it refers to the “volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity” of our present day and our future. In an increasingly dynamic context, there is indeed one thing that the qualification of digitalisation professionals demands even more than knowledge: Foresight. Both from a technological perspective and with regard to future career profiles and education on the digital market. This requires the ability to adapt curricula especially rapidly to the ongoing transformation and it demands suitably optimised practical skills on the part of everyone involved. So in a so-called ‘VUCA world’ where conditions change in a closely interwoven system, digital know-how must also be combined with new soft skills such as changeability and resilience.

GUARANTEED

CAREERS IN DIGITAL COMMUNICATION

It all depends on the technology. Literally. And nowhere is this more true than in digital data transfer. That’s why our practically oriented solutions focus on transmitting elementary principles in the area of digital communication systems. This is the only way to develop the relevant aptitudes that will enable the active further development of digital technology later on. The digital market is looking for more and more qualified personnel with highly developed hands-on skills. Accordingly, our individually adaptable learning and training systems for digital communication are designed with precisely that objective in mind: they provide teachers and students with extensive knowledge of LAN and WiFi, transmission processes and bandwidth, internet telephony and Voice-over-IP.

WELL-SUITED

NOT LEAST FOR RADAR AND AVIATION

Digitalisation is a broad field. It even extends to aviation, where it also affects communication via ‘radio detection and ranging’ – or ‘radar’ for short. A method for detecting radio transmission and measuring distance based on the electromagnetic waves that an object reflects. Radar technology and its digital signal processing are versatile technologies used in air traffic control, coast guard operations, and motor vehicle traffic control systems. But radar can also be used in cybersecurity applications. In that context, too, we offer the opportunity to safely test all settings and aspects of cybersecurity and to prepare for practical, real-world conditions. Wherever digitalisation can be experienced, it always involves flowing data and continuous updating. With the LN EDUCATION GROUP companies’ many years of experience, we have refined the Blended Learning principle to create Real Experience Learning, where digitalisation can now be experienced.

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