EET-240 - Robotics and Automated Systems2 credits
This course is a continuation of the second semester Fundamentals of Robotics. It proceeds into robot applications, work cells, interfacing and programming techniques. Real applications will be studied through student projects, which will be constructed and tested in the lab. Emphasis is given to the students' creativity and ingenuity. Areas of special interest are: safety, part manipulation, programming, vision, Al and environmental/part sensing systems. Visits to area manufacturers and places of interest may also be a part of this course.
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