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Industry 4.0:
a new skill at WorldSkills Shanghai 2021

Industry 4.0 - the future of manufacturing The factory of the future is a network of cyber-physical systems with the aim of achieving a very high degree of resilience to changing market and customer requirements and the resulting turbulence in the production area. Furthermore, this goal is to be achieved under cost and efficiency aspects


Processes in industrial production become ever more digital and connected. To keep pace with technological progress, apprentices in Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and employees need to learn new technologies and specific applications.

The Future Skill of 2019, which was proactively supported by Festo, Industry 4.0, now becomes an official new skill at the 46th WorldSkills Shanghai 2021 competition.


Festo Didactic CP Lab aligned with WorldSkills standards on Industry 4.0

Single workplace and system workplace offer designed to budget for single or multiple teams preparation

Water Technology

Inspect water samples, supervise filter systems, process pipes out of metal or plastic and maintain and repair pipes or small electric devices.

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EDS Water Management

  • Understanding the core processes of the water cycle

  • Discovering the water circuit


Building automated systems for industry using mechanics, electronics, pneumatics, and computer technology.


Industrial Mechanics 

Industrial mechanics design and plan, install and commission, maintain, repair, and decommission, industrial plant.

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