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|File Name:||Rasperry Pi Programming and Simulation|
|Genre / Category:||Programming|
|File Size :||1.8GB|
|Updated and Published:||September 05, 2022|
This course has been designed to equip the engineers with “Simulation Skill. Building simulations is a lucrative and yet a challenging skill where imagination plays a paramount role. A simulation engineer must imagine the entire process of operations and build a virtual world that imitates the actual scenario. The complexity of simulation further increases when the process demands higher efficiency. In this age of automation, as process automation experts, we have observed the importance of industrial robots in various industries and the challenges such “High supply vs. Demand”, “Cutting edge process for higher efficiency & superior accuracy” have made engineers also turn towards industrial robots. Robot simulation answers many questions that rise during this transition from traditional process to robotics process. This course will be the genesis of Virtual Commissioning using Rasperry Pi
Have you ever wondered how exactly that industrial robot in your factory works? Perhaps you are a college student looking to compliment your in class material? No matter the reason, this course will offer a high level overview of an industrial robotic system. We will discuss the various components and how they all come together on the factory floor. Through the use of video presentation, robotic simulators and engaging course content, you will walk away from this course better able to appreciate the mechanics, software and hardware of an industrial robot.