• Robotics

    In the previous forty years, industrialized robots have progressed from the Plan-Sense Act concept to more robust, adaptive/clever control paradigm [Kawamura, 2006]. In particular, the addition of body, sensor and AI-based software has created not only superior industrial robots but non-industrial robots ranging from entertainment and home to a range of health-related robots, we suppose this trend to maintain. This chapter introduced the next grand challenge in robotics, i.e. the incorporation of body and mind. In exacting, the chapter described our efforts towards this challenge through the awareness of a cognitive robot using cognitive control, concentration, sensation, and an adaptive working memory system. In the most recent forty years, the field of manufacturing robotics and automation has also seen many innovations. As industrially becomes more distributed and complicated, recognition of human-like robotic co-workers with cognitive skills will be a brave not only to academia but to manufacturing engineers as well.

  • The robotics course content is designed by expert robotics professionals to gain knowledge about real time robotics products.

    Topics covered and duration details

    Sl.No. Topic Duration in Hours
    01 INTRODUCTION 1
    02 TYPES AND IDEA FORMATION 2
    03 TECHNICAL ERROS AND ERROR CREATION 1
    04 SYSTEM MODELING 3
    05 PRINCIPLES OF CONTROL 4
    06 PRINCIPLES OF MEASUREMENT AND ESTIMATION 3
    07 PRINCIPLES OF DECISION MAKING 3
    08 EXPERT SYSTEMS 3
    Total 20