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5G and the factory of the future


What will the factory of the future look like and how can recent research be used in businesses in the region? At the Automation Day at the University of Gävle 12 April research and the industrial sector meet.

Automationsingenjör Högskolan i Gävle

The University has strong competence in the field

The University of Gävle is at the forefront in the field and the Automation Day is a way to communicate this message and to find areas for collaboration in research as well as in education.

“We have knowledge and skill that the businesses need and for us it is valuable to see how our models work out in real life,” says Niklas Björsell, senior lecturer in electronics at the University of Gävle.

Right now, Sweden is able to attract production, because we are good at automation.


Automation engineers

Computers run various systems in our society; they control our indoor environment as well advanced operating systems for industrial production processes. Automation engineers have skills that thousands of employers within the manufacturing industry and energy and real estate companies etcetera demand.

Today, there is a shortage of automation engineers and the field is also continuously expanding.

The University offers first and second cycle programmes, and there is research within the automation field. Moreover, there is a good laboratory for educational purposes and we also offer a successful Co-op programme for our students.


For more information, please contact:
Daniel Rönnow, professor in electronics at the University of Gävle
Phone: 026-64 85 93, 073-461 82 83
Email: daniel.ronnow@hig.se

Niclas Björsell, senior lecturer in electronics at the University of Gävle
Phone: 026-64 87 95, 076-855 57 88
Email: niclas.bjorsell@hig.se

Text: Douglas Öhrbom

Published by: Douglas Öhrbom Page responsible: Anders Munck Updated: 2018-04-17
Högskolan i Gävle
Box 801 76 GÄVLE
026-64 85 00 (växel)