This step relied on the consolidation of the theoretical knowledge acquired by the Mexican actors attending the FIWARE Summit. This entailed in-depth study of the main FIWARE components (Generic Enablers – GEs) and the definition of a hands-on approach to experiment with FIWARE technologies, the creation of practical cases and preparing all the required materials to replicate the knowledge.
The hands-on approach includes the preparation of an experimental environment in the computing infrastructure of each participant, and the development of exercises using FIWARE components. 10 developers from INFOTEC were trained in this step. The strategy encourages the attendees to try and experiment with FIWARE technology during the training and also to maintain an experimental environment to continue further experimentation once the training stage is over.
Relevant FIWARE training materials are available to be downloaded from the link below.
This step consisted of carrying out the train the trainers in FIWARE with selected candidates from universities, research centres, companies and the Government of Mexico interested in having capabilities to adopt the FIWARE technology and propagating the knowledge to other stakeholders. This training was carried out by applying the “hands-on” strategy developed in Stage 2. It featured the participation of 25 Mexican stakeholders, members of 9 relevant institutions of Mexico.
FIWARE training materials are available to be downloaded from the link below.
An initiative to accelerate the market uptake of FIWARE technologies in Mexico, pioneered by the increasing engagement of stakeholders through specialized training of the most up to date FIWARE technologies, Working Groups and Open FIWARE Camps MX-EU.