The Introduction to Robotics Specialization teaches you about robot flight and movement, how robots detect their surroundings, and how they alter their movements to avoid obstacles, negotiate tough terrains, and complete complicated jobs like construction and disaster response. Real-world examples will be provided of how robots have been used in catastrophe circumstances, how they have advanced human health care, and what their future potential will be. The courses will lead up to a capstone in which you will learn how to program a robot to do various movements such as flying and gripping objects.


About this Specialization

Learn about the mechanisms, dynamics, and intelligent controls of robots. Planar and spatial kinematics and motion planning are covered, as well as mechanism design for manipulators and mobile robots, multi-rigid-body dynamics, and 3D visual simulation. Control design, actuators, and sensors are also covered, as well as wireless networking, task modeling, human-machine interface, and embedded software.

Robotic engineering provides access to the world of engineering in a variety of industries, including automotive, information technology, logistics, aviation, health, and research. It adjusts to different trades based on each person's talents and interests.

Learn the Fundamentals of a Robotics Career. Learn how to program robots to perform in situations and to be used in crisis management. Explore the history, anatomy, and intelligence of robots while driving robots in engaging simulations.

Robotics Career Outlook and Salary Opportunities

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Robotics is a discipline of engineering concerned with the creation of robots. Robots are programmed machines that can do tasks independently or semi-autonomously for the benefit of the enterprise. It entails the design, construction, and programming of psychical robots to troubleshoot problems in various areas of operations and manufacturing. This is extremely important in industries such as transportation, manufacturing, production, medicine, the military, and so on. It is a mechanical and electrical engineering multidisciplinary branch.

Robotics Engineers can work in space research organizations such as ISRO, NASA, and others that use robotics and artificial intelligence.

Robots are mostly used in the surgical and rehabilitation fields of medicine. They also focus on human therapy using therapeutic robotic technologies.

Robotics engineers create, design, and test robotic devices and software for private enterprises to automate their operations.

Robotics experts are in high demand in the gaming sector, where they create video games that captivate audiences with artificial intelligence intertwined with robotics.

Robots are commonly employed in law enforcement and investigation agencies. They utilize artificial intelligence and robots to detect and defuse dangerous materials such as explosives.

Robots are also utilized in the banking industry to manage operations, stocks, and so on.