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Our training in robotics prepares our students to get the most recent and updated technology used in the Robotics industry. This Robotics Training will cover the best curriculum from the very basics ofmicroprocessor/ microcontroller to the most complex robotics development.

We have designed our 6 weeks training in robotics in such a way that it covers the introduction theories of robotics, electronic components, electronic processors and controllers, circuit development with practical of each module to give our student the best of robotics training.


  • Basic fundamentals of robot
  • Block diagram of robot
  • Application of robots
  • Safety of robots
  • Axis control
  • Safety control
  • I/p and O/p connection 
  • Operation Monitoring
  • Prog. Editing
  • Timer function 
  • Selection of robot
  • Reason to invest in robots


  • Controllers of robots
  • Robot specification
  • Application equipment
  • S/W products 
  • Simulation of prog.
  • Programming of robots
  • Modules of robots
  • Introduction of robot ware
  • Introduction of robot studio
  • Robot family
  • Pay load
  • Modular version


  • Panel mount version
  • Auto / Manual operation
  • Calibration
  • Debug
  • Fault tracing
  • Manipulator
  • Principle of robots
  • Different types of controllers 
  • Flex pendent
  • Quickset button
  • Mode of jogging
  • Coordinate system
  • Move J
  • Move C
  • Move L
  • Creating routing
  • Error handling
  • Log event

Job Opportunities

  • Robotics Engineer
  • Software Developer
  • Sales Engineer
  • Technical Operator
  • Robotics Account Manager


1) Quality/Accuracy/Precision
Many industrial robots are in the form of a robotic arm. The image at the left shows Unimate, the first industrial robot, which has the appearance of a robotic arm. The image in the next section shows a contemporary industrial robotics arm. Due to its mechanical nature and computerized control, a robotic arm can carry out a repetitive task with great precision and accuracy, thus providing improved, consistent product quality. This would apply to quite a variety of production line tasks, like welding, assembling a product, spray painting, or cutting and finishing.
2) Efficiency/Speed/Production Rate
The same features of industrial robotics technology mentioned above,the mechanical nature of the equipment and the computerized control, make industrial robotics technology more efficient and robots can be mounted from the ceiling and have no problem with working upside down. This can lead to a savings in floor space.
3) Ability to Work in Environments that are Inhospitable to Humans
This is an interesting set of advantages of robotics. There are a number of tasks that are too dangerous, too exposed to toxins, or just plain too dirty for humans to conveniently do them. These are ideal robotics tasks. This includes tasks as simple as spray painting, because there is no need to worry about the robot inhaling the paint fumes! It also includes such daunting tasks as defusing bombs and such dirty tasks as cleaning sewers.
4) Freedom from Human Limitations like Boredom
This set of advantages of robotics is due to the fact that human characteristics like boredom from doing a repetitive task don’t interfere with the functioning of a robot. There is some overlap with the first two categories of advantages of robotics, because the lack of interference from boredom leads to greater accuracy, quality, and rate of production. There is more to this set of advantages of robotics, however. Since a robot doesn’t need to rest or eat, and never gets sick, a robotic arm can work 24/7, with only limited occasional downtime for scheduled maintenance.


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