Eindhoven, 24 March 2016 – We, The High Tech Institute, exhibited at the successful event High-Tech Systems hosted by Techwatch. A nice way for us to get to know more about companies working in the field of high tech and for them to get to know us.
Over a thousand visitors came by to find out all about the latest trends and innovations in the field of robotics, additive manufacturing, food & agro and a range of other high-tech subjects. Lots of them visited our booth and asked questions about which courses will benefit their careers the most. Furthermore, several experts came by to talk about adding new courses, related to their field of expertise.
Not only were we exhibiting, we also organised three short presentations together with our content partners ‘Mechatronics Academy’, ‘Software Academy’ and ‘Settels Savenije and Friedrich’ to highlight our most popular courses:
Adrian Rankers and Maarten Steinbuch explained the history of their mechatronics portfolio, the value of measuring frequency in linear systems and the importance of having knowledge of feedforward control.
Ger Schoeber gave a short introduction to the course on ‘System Architecting’. Using the famous CAFCR model he explained what is important for architects and how to measure when, in that role, you know when you have done a good job.
Jaco Friedrich was able to give the audience a short workshop in communication and to inform them about his courses which we, The High Tech Institute, provide since several years. Making the audience feel the importance of Stephen Covey’s principle ‘First to Understand, Then to Be Understood’ with the help of a pen.
Many visitors were also interested in our newest science book ‘Vacuum Science and Technology’, a completely new international edition of the Dutch standard work ‘Basisboek Vacuümtechniek’.
Hopefully we will see you all next year or at one of our 50+ trainings.