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The mMS4.0 syllabus incorporates all functions of a complete production system including programming automation functions, using RFID technology to implement workpiece led production and linking production data with ERP and MES systems.

The Bosch Rexroth’s Modular Mechatronic System (mMS4.0) syllabus is a syllabus developed by Bosch Rexroth for universities and educational institutions.

It is an Industry 4.0 (IR 4.0)-specific training system where its content is taught practically.

The syllabus incorporates all functions of a complete production system including programming automation functions, using RFID technology to implement workpiece-led production and linking production data with enterprise resource planning and manufacturing execution systems.

The mMS4.0 training system is also suitable for learning broad skills in mechatronics, as well as drive and control technology.

The syllabus is very IR 4.0 focused and has already been put into practice with various institutions of higher learning.

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