School of Cyber Tech

Robotics

Robotics is an applied engineering science that has been referred to as a combination of machine tool technology and computer science. Rocheston’s comprehensive course includes machine design, production theory, micro electronics, computer programming & artificial intelligence.

Robotics is an applied engineering science that has been referred to as a combination of machine tool technology and computer science. Rocheston’s comprehensive course includes machine design, production theory, micro electronics, computer program...

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Course content

  • Lesson Module 1: Introduction
  • Lesson Module 2: Robotics
  • Lesson Module 3: Industrial Robot
  • Lesson Module 4: Automation and Robotics
  • Lesson Module 5: Advantages and Disadvantages
  • Lesson Module 6: Reasons for Implementation of Automated Systems in Manufacture Industries
  • Lesson Module 7: Need for Using Robotics in Industries
  • Lesson Module 8: CAD/CAM & Robotics
  • Lesson Module 9: Specifications of Robotics
  • Lesson Module 10: Overview of Robotics
  • Lesson Module 11: Types of Drive Systems
  • Lesson Module 12: Application of Robots
  • Lesson Module 13: Classification of Robots
  • Lesson Module 14: Control Systems
  • Lesson Module 15: Precision of Movement
  • Lesson Module 16: How to Build Stations
  • Lesson Module 17: How to Program Robots
  • Lesson Module 18: How to Simulate Programs
  • Lesson Module 19: Deployment and Distribution
  • Lesson Module 20: Working Online
  • Lesson Module 21: LEGO Robotic C Programming
  • Lesson Module 22: Arduino for Robots