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CIROS® (Computer Integrated Robot Simulation) Robotics module provides a learning environment in the field of robotics, based on programming and simulation. It consists of a step by step guide on how to move from very simple robotics applications to highly complex processes of a realistic simulated 3D work environment that represent typical industrial applications
The Robotics module consists of the following course:
R1001- CIROS Robotics
Prerequisites: Technical Understanding
What is robotics
Definition - What Can Robots Do - A Brief History of Robots – Rationalization - Types of Robots
The Application of Industrial Robots - Industrial Robots in the World - Peripherals
Industrial Robot - Pick-and-Place Devices - Manipulators
Industrial Robot
Robot Arm - Robot Controller - Characteristics of a Robot
Operation of a Robot
Robot tools
Robot Drive Units
Drive Motors – Gears - Displacement Encoders
Open and Closed Loop Control of Industrial Robots
Subsystems of the Robot Controller and their Sub Functions
Performance of a robot controller - Point-to-point controllers - Continuous-path control
Controller with Adaptive Closed-Loop Control
Special Functions of a Controller
Open and Closed-Loop Control
Programming of industrial robots
Requirements and Classification
Design of a Robot Program
Programming Methods for Industrial Robots
Safety Systems
Protective Devices
PCheckpoint – Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this training, the participant will be able to:
îidentify the different types of handling systems
îdescribe the mechanics behind robotics systems
îdescribe the working principles behind the control of movement and speed
îexplain what a coordinate system is
îexplain the principles of a motion control system
îidentify the different pieces of equipment that are part of the motion control systems
îread a circuit diagram or wiring schematic
îconnect components according to a circuit diagram or wiring schematic
îexplain the main parts of open- and closed-loop systems, their functions and signal flows
îcommission and modify a basic closed-loop control system
îoperate, describe, identify and analyze a control system
îoperate, describe, identify and analyze a control
îcommission a motion control system
îmaster standard programs of handling (Pick and Place)
îidentify and measure sensors used to measure process variables and understands their principles
îoptimize the program to achieve the maximum performance