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Robotics Applications (5 cr)

Code: YT00CD09-3001

General information


01.08.2024 - 31.08.2024


31.08.2024 - 20.12.2024

Number of ECTS credits allocated

5 op

Virtual portion

4 op

Mode of delivery

20 % Face-to-face, 80 % Online learning


School of Technology


Main Campus

Teaching languages

  • English


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Degree programmes

  • Master's Degree Programme in Robotics


  • Samppa Alanen
  • Markku Ström
  • Olli Väänänen

Teacher in charge

Juho Riekkinen


  • YTP24S1
    Master's Degree Programme in Robotics
  • 06.09.2024 14:00 - 16:00, Robotics Applications YT00CD09-3001


You will get acquainted with the latest trends in robotics, applications and future prospects. This course allows for a more in-depth study of robotics in other courses.
You will recognize the application possibilities of robotics in different areas of society. You are familiar with the latest technical solutions in robotics and the limitations of applying robotics.
You know how to apply the latest information in the field of robotics and understand the importance of robotics as part of a larger whole.
You understand the importance of robotics now and in the future for working life.

Course Competences:
EUR-ACE: Engineering Analysis, Master's Degree
EUR-ACE: Engineering Design, Master's Degree
EUR-ACE: Investigations, Master's Degree


Basics of robotics
Different forms of robotics
Collaboration Robotics
Mobile Robotics
Industrial Robotics
The senses of robots
Applications of robotics
Possibilities and future prospects of robotics
New technological solutions for robotics
The robot as part of a larger whole
Social impacts of robotics, effects on working life and management

Location and time

Teams, Rajakatu campus robotics laboratory DP72

Oppimateriaali ja suositeltava kirjallisuus

The material can be found in the Moodle workspace

There are useful tutorial videos on the websites of Visual Components and Robot Studio

Teaching methods

Lectures, exercises and laboratory exercises

Vaihtoehtoiset suoritustavat

No alternative methods of execution

Student workload

You need about 9 hours/week to complete the course

Further information

During the first three weeks, the first assignment must be returned or else you will be dropped from the course.

Lesson assignments must be returned to Moodle on time. Assignments are evaluated on a Pass/Fail scale.

Evaluation scale


Assessment criteria, approved/failed

Pass: You know the basics of robotics and identify potential applications for robotics. You will recognize some of the new technological solutions in robotics. You understand the importance of robotics in modern society.