Robotic Drives & Physics: Robotics, learn by building III is the third course of the robotics training series. (To view the previous parts that are prerequisites for this course: Electricity & electronics – Robotics, learn by building and Digital Electronics: Robotics, learn by building module II ). Based on the information you obtained from both analog and digital electronics modules, you qualified for a variety of jobs and hobbies.
Controlling robots and engineering them are related and think that almost everything around you is moving. Meanwhile, there is a need for people who know how these robots work so that they can design, install, program and support these robots. Maybe you are interested in building an underwater robot to explore sunken ships or places that are inaccessible by humans. In fact, in this course, we take a look at projects from the real world and use our newly acquired knowledge in engineering to design an underwater robot that can work at a depth of 600 meters or more. Of course, other robots are also examined in this course.
What you will learn in this course:
- How to move by a robot
- Ways to power robots
- How to make small motors that can bear a significant load.
Specifications of the course Robotic Drives & Physics: Robotics, learn by building III:
Instructor: Ian Juby
Education level: Introductory
Number of courses: 53
Duration: 10 hours and 17 minutes
Robotic Drives Course headings
Robotic Drives Course prerequisites:
Fulfillment of courses 1 & 2 in the series, or a good knowledge of electricity, analog, and digital electronics.
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The 2021/8 version has increased the number of 23 lessons and the duration of 4 hours and 17 minutes compared to 2020/5.