Innovation Through Robotics – IMR
Is this course for you?
The course is intended for anyone planning their automation strategy and interested in understanding and using Robots; it covers the core concepts plus state-of-the-art approaches, planning and evaluating robotics, plus outlining the pitfalls involved.
Technicians & engineers, engineering managers, manufacturing process engineers, project managers interested in automation.
By conducting real-world tasks each week with expert help and guidance, you will identify and assess opportunities for automation in your workplace, learn how to select suitable technology options for automation, consider options for integrating robots into your workplace and learn how to build a business case for automation. In addition:
robots bring to your application.
Virtual Classroom: Programme introduction
eLearning: Robotics and Automation, Introduction to Innovation and Industrial Automation Paradigms & Applications
Virtual Classroom: Identifying an Opportunity
Real-World Task: Identifying and assessing opportunities for automation in your workplace
eLearning: Introduction to Cobots and Cobot Safety
Virtual Classroom: Building Safety into a Project
eLearning: Machine Vision and Mobile Robots
Real-World Task: Selecting suitable technology options for automation in your workplace
eLearning: Path Planning & Optimisation and Force Sensors
Lab Session: Programming Methods: Teach pendant programming, Hand guiding programming, Evolution & examples (simulation), Force programming, Machine vision programming, Collaborative robots programming
eLearning: Tasks and Exercises
Real-World Task: considerations for integrating robots into your workplace
eLearning: Persuading Others: Human Factors and Budgeting and Business Justification
Virtual Classroom: Building a business case
eLearning: Implementing a Project
Real-World Task: Build a business case for automation in your workplace