Robotic Engineering is a subset of MECHANICAL ENGINEERING. It’s an exciting and challenging field of study with background in electrical, mechanical, or software engineering for humanity. Robotics engineers may work in the field of manufacturing industries, agricultural, medical and military, perceiving of new uses for robots, and they also design the processes essential for the robot to run appropriately. These engineers are responsible for creating various different types of robots that are complete a different task. Basically, robots are used in the automotive industry on vehicle assembly lines.
Academic Entry Requirement
- Grade 12 – Science Stream (Maths compulsory)
- Graduation – Pursue B.Tech + M.Tech (Dual Degree)in Mechanical/ Robotics Engineering
- After Graduation – Pursue M.Tech
- After Post Graduation – Pursue Ph.D.
- Diploma in Robotics
- Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech) in Robotics Engineering
- Bachelor of Engineering (BE) in Robotics
- Master of Technology (M.Tech) in Robotics Engineering
- Master of Technology (M.Tech) in Automation & Robotics
- Master of Engineering (ME) in Robotics Engineering
- Master of Technology (M.Tech) in Remote Sensing & Wireless Sensor Networks
Who can hire?
Mining industry, Manufacturing industries, Research division of mechanical/electrical engineering firms, Agricultural equipment manufacturing firms, Nuclear power plants, Gaming industry, Biomedical equipment manufacturing firms and Sea exploration Space research organizations can hire Robotic Engineers.
Robot engineers create robots service for use in medical surgeries, outer space and under the sea etc. They also create robots to improve quality, increase efficiency safety in the industry. Robot engineering comprises electrical, mechanical and computer engineering fields. Robot’s electronics part is designed by Electrical engineers, robot’s computing hardware part is designed by computer engineers, robot’s programming is designed by software engineers and robot’s sensors is designed by electro-mechanical engineers.
Robotic engineers may work in manufacturing, nuclear power plants, mining, health care, military and aerospace industries as test engineers, programming engineers, automation system engineers, project managers or robot designers or project managers.