FOUNDATIONAL COURSE IN AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS is to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to design, develop, and implement automated systems and robots. It also provides them with the knowledge and skills needed to work in research and development, manufacturing, or system integration.
Introduce the fundamental concepts of automation and robotics including control systems, sensors, actuators, programming, and machine vision.
Design and develop automated systems and robots: Students will learn to design and develop automated systems and robots using software tools, programming languages, and physical components.
Develop practical skills: The course aims to provide students with hands-on experience in building and programming automated systems and robots.
The course aims to help students understand the applications of automation and robotics in different fields, such as manufacturing, healthcare, and transportation.
The course aims to help students understand the ethical, legal, and social implications of automation and robotics. Students will learn to think critically about these issues and how they impact society.
UG PROGRAMS: B.Tech. Robotics, BSc Robotics and Artificial Intelligence, Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Robotics Engineering, B.Sc. in Robotics and Mechatronics
PG PROGRAMS: M.E, M. Tech, MSc Automation and Robotics
COURSE DURATION: 3 days
Robotics Engineer: A robotics engineer designs, develops, and tests robots and automated systems for various industries, such as manufacturing, healthcare, and defense. They use their expertise in mechanical engineering, computer science, and electrical engineering to design and develop robotic systems.
Automation Engineer: An automation engineer designs and implements automated systems that help improve efficiency and reduce costs in manufacturing and other industries. They use their knowledge of control systems, sensors, and actuators to develop systems that can perform tasks with high precision and consistency.
Control Systems Engineer: A control systems engineer develops and implements control systems for automated systems and robots. They use their knowledge of control theory, feedback systems, and sensors to design and optimize control algorithms that enable systems to operate efficiently and effectively.
Software Engineer: A software engineer develops and maintains the software that controls automated systems and robots. They use programming languages such as C++, Python, and Java to develop software for tasks such as motion control, sensing, and image processing.
Industrial Designer: An industrial designer develops and designs products and systems that incorporate automation and robotics. They use their knowledge of design principles and manufacturing processes to create products that are easy to use and aesthetically pleasing, while also integrating the latest automation and robotics technologies.
Research Scientist: A research scientist in automation and robotics conducts research to improve the capabilities of robots and automated systems. They work in academia, government research labs, or private companies to develop new technologies, algorithms, and applications in automation and robotics.
- Lectures 6
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 days
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes