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Getting Started with Robotics

Exploring Robotics Overview, Design & Simulation and HMI Pragmatically

Duration

3 Days

Level

Basic Level

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The course is designed for those who would like to get started with Robotics engineering. This course focuses on basic concepts of the same. It starts with foundational principles behind the domain and provides a holistic overview of Robotics Engineering, demonstrating the use cases where Robotics Engineering can be applied, covers the concepts of Robotics Systems and how to design a robot for a specific application, introduction to Robot HMI, different types of user interfaces, and Robot Software Development Kits (SDK). The course concludes with a demo with Robot SDK.

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  • Computer Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
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  • Definition
  • Types
  • Robotic aspects
  • Components
    • Power sources
    • Actuators
    • Sensing
    • Manipulation
    • Locomotion
    • Human robot interaction
    • Control system
  • Ecosystem Composition
  • Adoption, obstacles, solutions and end-user’s maturity: Description of the problems being faced in the robotics industry, some solutions that can be implemented.
  • Integration, application, and convergence:
  • CoBots
    • Integrating machine learning
    • Internet of robotic things
    • Industrial robots
  • Big Data, advanced analytics and AI
  • Cloud robotics, networks and sensors
  • Control Panel
  • Servo drives for Robotics system
  • Robot arm and driving system (manipulator)
  • Sensing and vision technologies
  • Technologies for Robotic tools (end effectors)
  • Industrial communications for Robot
  • Robot simulation (Demo)
  • What is Robot HMI
  • Difference between a UI, GUI and an HMI
    • UI
    • GUI
    • HMI
  • Types of Robot HMI
  • Intro to Robot SDK
  • Robot SDK (Demo)
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 A Computer or Electrical or Mechanical Engineering Background will be helpful to understand the concepts but it is not mandatory to be an Engineer for attending this course.

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