Machine Condition Observer (tmMCO) can now further advance vendor-independent monitoring and maintenance.
tmc launches dual study programme with University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria Campus Hagenberg
Combining Hardware & Software Design studies with hands-on work experience in product design is made easy for students at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria Campus Hagenberg. The University’s dual study program makes it possible for its outgoing students to alternate between work and studies during their last year on campus. “We’ve been partnering with the University of Applied Sciences for many years and are happy to also join forces on the dual study program for Hardware and Software Designers giving young talents a hands-on experience and head-start into their professional careers” says Jochen Nowotny, CEO at tmc.
Currently in our program’s first round, we have opened the application phase and welcome applications until November 1, 2021. Students will alternate between full-time work with tmc and their full-time studies on a three month cycle after the first year.
Unique opportunity to co-shape tmc’s products
At tmc we believe in making railways an even more attractive transport mode by digitalizing and optimizing infrastructure as well as fleet monitoring and maintenance. So tmc might be a good fit for students who want to work with cutting edge technology and seek a purposeful job that further advances sustainable transport. If you’re interested in the program, visit our site for the dual study program, contact us or connect with us on LinkedIn.