Understand the different types of industrial robots, components, architecture and kinematic and dynamic modelling. Different methods of programming robots are discussed. Students will gain experience in handling and programming real industrial robots. They acquire skills about design, simulate and program robotic industrial applications. Thanks to simulation proposed work the student will get by himself different functionalities about a common and commercial IDE for industrial robot programming.
The aim of the course is the introduction to Industrial Robotics from both theoretical and practical aspect. The importance of industrial applications and future.
Enable students to acquire basic knowledge of control and programming of industrial robots. For this we have tried to achieve a balance between the theoretical aspects, the study of the components that make up a robot (mechanical, computer and control), and applications (programming and implementation criteria of robotic systems).
This course has a strong theoretical component. However, it has been preferred in this case the theoretical limit and it is intended that the student receives in addition a good knowledge of a real industrial system and the right tools to use.
The kinds of problems should be supported by tools such as Matlab robotics library of Corke, in order to present realistic problems in time that is available. With the proposed practices, which are performed on industrial and educational robots, is intended to reinforce the knowledge acquired in the lectures.
Practical component is completed with simulation work in the commercial IDE has been to design, program and test a robot manufacturing station that implements a production process chosen by the student.