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want to study robotics.Which engineering branch should I take for this? Answered

I want to study in the field of robotics which field of engineering i have to do

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rickharris

4 years ago

Mechatronics

In the Uk your could study Robotics as a discrete subject.

Computer science

Electronics

Electrical engineering

Mechanical engineering

Computer programming

Control technology

manufacturing technology.

Robotics has elements of all of these.

Above all you have to make yourself attractive to a potential employer:

1. Make a list of manufacturers

2. Do something NOW in this line. Start to not just learn with simple robots but start building them as well.

3. The wider your skill set the more likely you will be employed.

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icengrickharris

Answer 4 years ago

Add Hydraulics to that list.

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Wired_Mistrickharris

Answer 4 years ago

Integrated Electronics is a MUST (Combo of Electronics and Computer Programing ,Punch Arduino into Google)

After that I'd suggest a focus on Mechanical Eng. Most colleges and Universities will usually offer a specific Program.

Or you can do what I did and Disassemble any piece of Mechanicle or Electronic Equipment you can get your hands on ! lmao

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iceng

4 years ago

Doesn't hurt if you build increasingly more complex robotic kits.

Lego and Fisher make superb robotic elements with software programming experiences.

That UK boat transport was solved by an engineer using Lego

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Wired_Misticeng

Answer 4 years ago

Gota love Rapid Prototyping that dosn't cost much eh? lol

I learned how to build Larger contraptions like what you posted by using a game called Garry's Mod. (Look it up on youtube) You can build anything from structural contraptions, automation, and even some complex robotic rovers !