In this advanced course, students will apply their knowledge of Arduino and electronics to industrial robotics projects. They will learn to design and implement automated systems using sensors, actuators, and other electronic components. Students will also learn how to interface with industrial control systems and understand the principles of automation in manufacturing. During this course we will present an overview of industrial robots and their applications in manufacturing. Topics to be covered include robotic arms, end effectors, grippers, and work cells. Students will learn how to program and interface with programmable logic controllers (PLCs), human-machine interfaces (HMIs), and sensors. to control robotic operations. Students will learn how to design robotic systems that meet basic industry standards and regulations. Topics include safety, ergonomics, and material handling. Students will learn how to interface and program sensors and actuators using Arduino boards. Students will learn advanced programming techniques for controlling industrial robots, such as motion control, path planning, and vision-based systems. Students will work on industry project to design and implement automated systems using industrial robots and electronic components. Overall, this course is designed for students who have a strong foundation in Arduino and electronics and want to apply their skills to industrial robotics. By the end of the course, students will have a deep understanding of industrial robotics systems and their applications, as well as the ability to design and implement automated systems using Arduino and other electronic components.
Students at this level are working and learning in maker space, also mentoring and inspiring younger participants preparing high quality e-portfolios that showcase their work, 21st century skills STEAM capacity and personality qualities.
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