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  • Equipping the prospective Engineers with details on automation elements like robotics in the order fulfilment process of knowledge expectations from the industry


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Duration |  15 Hours


  • Diploma/Engineering Pursuing students


  • Attendance – 90% Min

  • Assignment completion – 100%

  • Posttest assessment score – 70% Min


  • All the robotic elements are trained in technical domains

  • Case studies will be based on real time industrial examples

  • The course is delivered through different applications and detailed procedure to develop programming in a step by step process.

  • End of Module Assessments enable instructor to ascertain whether students have understood the program

  • Student feedback helps tweak the course content


Introduction to Robotics

  • Automation & robotics, robot anatomy,

  • Motion joint & notations, work volume, robot drive systems.

  • Control movement, dynamic performance.

Control system and components

  • Basic concepts & control system analysis.

  • Robot actuators & feedback systems.

  • Sensors(internal/external), power transmission system.

End-Effectors &  Robot programming methods

  • Grippers types, operations, mechanical end effectors.

  • Gripper selection

  • Lead through programming, programming for path in space.

  • Wait, signal, delay commands, branching capabilities

Manipulator path control

  • Slew, joint interpolation

  • St-line motion, trajectory planning

  • Cartesian space scheme, joi nt space scheme

Robotics applications

  • Pick & place, painting, palletising

  • Material transfer, assembly operations.

  • Future applications


By The End Of Course The Learner Will Understand:

Module 1:

  • Basics of robotics, robot work space and types of motors

  • Control movements of robot

Module 2:

  • Control systems analysis, different types of actuators used

  •  Sensors used in robots for feedback and control of transmission of robot

Module 3:

  • Different types of end-effectors and their working

  • Selection of end-effectors

Module 4:

  • Robot programming sequences and types

  • Types of commands understood by robot

Module 5:

  • Robot case studies on multiple applications

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