The aim of the course is to provide good knowledge about the design of robotic systems, their function, programming and applications.
After passing the course, you should be able to:
explain the design of a robotic system
describe the limitations and possibilities of robots
explain and make use of the safety requirements for robotic use in a practical way
master the basics of robot programming, which means to: - Account for the most common robot programming languages on the market - Explain the meaning of the different programming paradigms, “on-line”, “ off-line” and “play-back” - Structuring robot programs that are safe and easy to maintain - Apply one of the most common languages, such as Rapid - Create robot programs from both “online” and “offline” environments
program a robotic system
use tools for simulation of robotic systems
descibe the necessary steps in project planning
describe sensor systems and tools used together with robots.