“HUMANOID ROBOTS 2019” – Make Your Own World
The Centre for Robotics and Neural Systems (CRNS) has a range of state-of-the-art robots used in our cognitive, personal and brain-inspired robotics research. The iCub robot is a humanoid robot having the dimensions of a young child.
Its the study of autonomous systems and artificial intelligence. Depending on the level of the course, participants may learn about the foundation of robotic kinematics or spend time designing their own robots. Many students can benefit from this type of learning, including those studying physics, industrial robotics, statistics, computer science, electrical engineering, calculus, mechanical engineering and unified robotics
Courses in robotics help students gain the skills and mindset needed to succeed in the industry. Many of these courses help participants improve their system thinking, active learning and decision-making skills.
Robots can play an important role in the education of young people but will never fully replace teachers.
We have started to build robots for the classroom – not the robot kits used to learn about technology and mathematics, but social robots that can actually teach. This is because pressures on teaching budgets,and calls for more personalised teaching led to a search for a technical solutions.
Social robots have the potential to become part of the educational infrastructure just like paper, white boards, and computer tablets. But a social robot has the potential to support and challenge students in ways unavailable in current resource-limited educational environments. Robots can free up precious time for teachers, allowing the teacher to focus on what people still do best – provide a comprehensive, empathic, and rewarding educational experience.
The study provides an interesting insight into how robots could be used positively within society. However, they also say it does raise some concerns around the potential for robots to have a negative influence on vulnerable young children.
We have Made Three category Of Robotics classes.
TAKE AWAY AFTER CLASS-ROOM COURSE COMPLETION:
Students will get acquainted with basic robotic tools and their simple operations.
Students will be able to build and execute their own simple / smaller modules of their own.
Students will be eligible for INTERMEDIATE level course after completion of BEGINNER module.
Students will get acquainted with modern robots/ simple programming and their automation..
Students will be able to build their own intermediate level robots / customized programs & execute them.
Students will be eligible for ADVANCED level course after completion of INTERMEDIATE module.
Introduction to the robot simulations used in the course
A description of the components of a robot – sensors, actuators, ’brain’ and power supply
Problem solving: commanding a mobile robot to move
An understanding of different sensors, their operation and application
Human-Computer Interaction: feedback, including haptics