Orange Romania Includes NEXES in the Education and Training Programme 2016/17
NEXES is one of the novelties introduced by ORO in the company’s Education and Training Programme for 2016/17, an initiative organised for the last fifteen years in partnership with the Faculty of Electronics and Telecommunication and Technology Information (ETTI) of the Politehnica University of Bucharest with the clear purpose of capturing students to the ITC business world.
ORO’s 176-hour Programme envisages technology transfer activities in Education, Innovation and IT&C development and provides a fully-integrated perspective by comprising scholarships, lectures and workshops, recruiting and internships in Orange, entrepreneurship practices and hands-on experience in the areas of programming, robotics, cloud management, cyber security, the Internet of Things and 5G communications. With an audience of forty students per session, the new ORO Education and Training Programme starts in July 1st 2016 and, for twelve months, will provide students with in-depth insight into the NEXES innovations, inspired by IP-enabled technologies.
The “Next Generation Emergency Services” is part of the IT&C New Trends: Technology, Architecture and Services module and will engage the participating students into the technological gaps experienced by today’s emergency services and how the NEXES Action, and ORO’s expertise in particular, assist in surpassing known shortcomings to the benefit of citizens and emergency services.
NEXES special communication activities are focused in very specific events that target a key stakeholder audience upholding significant influence with respect to the endorsement or early adoption of NEXES’s results. In this particular situation, it is expected that NEXES featuring in ORO’s Education Programme will provide adequate insight on IP-enabled technologies in a specific application field (emergency services) and promote the NEXES new digital services for citizens to interact with emergency services.