Robotics I A / B
Robotics I is a two-semester course. Semester A is a one-semester course that explains various concepts related to robotics. This course begins by describing the evolution and applications of robotics. This course helps you identify career opportunities and important employability skills in robotics. You will explain the importance of teamwork and describe the skills needed to work in a team. You will describe Newton’s laws of motion and their applications in robotics. You will describe basic concepts of electricity, electronic circuits, Boolean algebra, magnetics, and their applicability to robotics. You will apply safety procedures and construct a simple robot. Semester B is a one-semester course that addresses more advanced concepts related to robotics. This course begins by describing the importance of project management in the success of a project. You will describe the steps of the engineering design process. You will identify the use of software to control robots. You will create a robotic arm. You will describe the ethics and laws related to robotics. You will create a robot using programming. This course covers how to test and maintain a robotic system. This course also covers how to create and present a proposal for a robot.