Students: Ages 18 and Above
Date: May 1, 2021
The field of robotics has grown significantly in the last decade and continues to do so at an accelerating rate. Robots were, until very recently, in the hands of a few specialists, but are increasingly moving into the mainstream. Household robots, prosthetic limbs, robotic cars, assistive care robots, and search and rescue robots are all becoming a part of our lives. Robots for exploration, monitoring, maintenance, and advanced manufacturing are shaping our economy and society.
T2 Robotics is at the forefront of this exciting transformation.
The Degree program prepares students for careers in industry, research laboratories, or universities.
The program includes core areas of robotics, including actuation, locomotion, manipulation, dynamics, control, sensing, artificial intelligence, and human/robot interactions.
|Module 1||Your Background|
|Unit 1||Basics of Dynamics|
|Unit 2||Matter Mixture|
|Unit 4||Vision and Light spectrum|
|Module 2||Introduction Robot Electronics The Arduiono R3|
|Unit 1||Blink and LED|
|Unit 2||Digital input & Active Buzzer|
|Unit 3||Eight LED with 74HC595 & Photocell - Preview|
|Unit 4||The Serial Monitor|
|Module 3||Introduction Scope View & Perspective of Robotics|
|Unit 1||The AI View of Robotics - Preview|
|Unit 2||Building block Approach - Preview|
|Unit 3||Robot Builder’s mindset|
|Unit 4||A myth about Background|
|Module 4||PART I: Anatomy of Robot|
|Unit 1||What is a robot and why build it|
|Unit 4||EV3 Challenge|
|Module 5||PART II: Anatomy of Robot|
|Unit 3||Sensing and output devices|
|Unit 4||Your DIY challenge|
|Module 6||Relevant skills|
|Unit 1||Mechanical References|
|Unit 1||Flame Challenge|
|Unit 2||Smoke Challenge|
|Unit 3||Dangerous gas challenge|
|Unit 4||Heat Challenge|