CPTR1178 - Robotics

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This course teaches basic robot building, programming and troubleshooting. The robot building includes working with multiple motors and sensors on a robot. The robot program includes working with a graphical and command line programing environment. Along with reading current literature about robotics, this class provides the student the fundamentals of robotics.
  1. Examine current robot design.
  2. Manage a robot building schedule.
  3. Build robots to meet requirements.
  4. Manage robot motion systems.
  5. Manage robot sensor systems.
  6. Create robot control programs.
  7. Administer robot communication systems.
  8. Demonstrate troubleshooting skills.
  9. Design test procedures for robot systems.
  10. Manage robot power consumption.
  11. Describe current automation trends.
  12. Document robot operation.
Degrees that use this course


Associate of Applied Science (AAS)