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Course on Automation & Robotics

  • Categories Mechanical
  • Duration 40h
  • Total Enrolled 0
  • Last Update March 15, 2020

About Course

Automation and robotics course aim is to impart the knowledge of the sub systems incorporated in a automated industry such as electro-mechanics, robotic sensors, automatic system and artificial intelligence.

Description

Automation means using computer software, machines or other technology to carry out a task which would otherwise be done by a human worker and Robotics is a branch of engineering which incorporates multiple disciplines to design, build, program and use robotic machines to perform specified tasks. Automation and robotics is an specialised engineering branch that provides in-depth knowledge in the areas concerning electro-mechanics, robotic sensors, automatic system and artificial intelligence. Automation and robotics bring in necessary information technology that is designed to control the work of machines and agility to testing which helps to respond faster and more effectively to the changes so that they can focus more on testing and provide corrective action for better performance.

What Will I Learn?

  • Identify the potential areas for automation and justify need for automation hardware for the given application.
  • Translate and simulate a real time activity using modern tools and discuss the benefits of automation.
  • Decide suitable control components required to automate a process or an activity.
  • Recommend appropriate modelling and simulation tool for the given manufacturing process.
  • Explain the basic principles of robotic technology, configurations, control and Programming of robots.
  • Select a robot based on the requirement to perform specific tasks.

Topics for this course

5 Lessons40h

Introduction to automation

Introduction to automation: Basic elements of an automated system, advanced automation functions, levels of automation, process industries versus discrete manufacturing industries, continuous versus discrete control, computer process control. Hardware components for automation and process control, sensors, actuators, analog to digital converters, digital to analog converters, input/output devices for discrete data.

Automated production lines

Industrial Robotics

Spatial descriptions and transformations

Robot programming

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Material Includes

  • The prerequisites required are fundamental knowledgein material science, mechanics of materials, mechanical design, manufacturing process, numerical techniques, computer programming, industrial engineering and management.

Requirements

  • The prerequisites required are fundamental knowledgein material science, mechanics of materials, mechanical design, manufacturing process, numerical techniques, computer programming, industrial engineering and management.

Target Audience

  • Engineersworking in design and manufacturing sections in mechanical, automotive, aerospace, railways, defence, nuclear energy, thermal power, wind, medical equipment, etc, and related Industry can participate.