B.Tech Mechanical Engineering specialization in Robotics
All industries are investing heavily in the field of robotics for developing interesting applications, optimize and enhance productions and industrial processes in effective and economic ways. Robots have revolutionized the manufacturing and industrial world in recent decades, and are starting to make their move into the wider world of business as well as our homes, too.
Tech. Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Robotics offers students to learn new and disruptive technologies and enable them to develop innovative instruments to monitor, manipulate, and control systems. Students will use fundamental concepts of theory of mechanism, microsensors, and actuators and develop humanoid robots, intelligent control systems, and flexible manipulators. The students will graduate with special skill sets and values to achieve professional goals in process automation and robotics.
The robotics market value is approximately USD 39.72 billion and expected to surge by 25% by 2025. The International Federation of Robotics (IFR) estimates there were around 2.1 million stand-alone industrial robots installed worldwide, with a shipment of 381,000 units globally.
Why to choose this program:
- Learn mechanical, electrical, computer science and artificial intelligence in the design of engineering systems processes and products.
- Learn the application of advanced simulation software
- Wide range of Career Options like Robotics engineer, automation engineer, control engineer design engineer, industrial and process control Engineer
- Industry oriented curriculum updated periodically in consultation with experts from industry and academia.
- State-of-the-art laboratory facilities
- Efficient and highly qualified faculty members
- Outstanding industry-academia interaction through expert sessions, industrial visits, internships, professional societies and workshops.
- Emphasis on holistic development of students through promotion of co-curricular activities and professional societies in the department.
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