Main objectives for this course are getting familiar with robot systems in laboratory environments. Studying in this course require knowledge in fundamentals of robotics, industrial robots, robot safety and robot programming.
EUR-ACE APPLYING TECHNOLOGY INTO PRACTICE
Student is able to design and implement solutions to tasks related to different areas of robotics in a systematic and safe manner, as well as analyze and report the results in writing.
EUR-ACE RESEARCH AND INFORMATION RETRIEVAL
Student is able to design and implement experimental research, interpret documents, other input data and results, as well as assess the compliance of the implementation and work in a hardware environment safely and in accordance with good practices.
Prerequisites and co-requisites
Fundamentals in technology, knowledge of industrial robotics and safety, and programming skills.
Applying theory in practice
Programming different types of robots
Safety testing and modifying of a robot program
Assessment criteria, passed/failed
Approved (S): Student is able to design and implement tests related to different areas of robotics systematically and taking into account good work practices and occupational safety. Student is able to analyze and report the research results in writing.
Language of instruction
Markku Ström, Juho Riekkinen
01.03.2023 - 21.05.2023
01.11.2022 - 05.01.2023
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Electrical and Automation Engineering