May 19, 2021
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Industry 4.0 Mechatronics & Robotics
DOL Funding Eligible
In this overview course the participants will explore and investigate the many complex interfaces and design parameters associated with mechatronics and robotics.
Participants will be introduced to multiple technologies used in production including Interfaces of Electromechanical Devices, Integration with Automation Technologies, Sensors and their Applications, Data Acquisition and Collection, Mechanical Design Interfaces and Basic Microprocessor or PLC Programming. The integration of these elements has a role in Industry 4.0 systems. They are interfaces that we take for granted every day in simple and complex systems. In this overview course the participants will explore and investigate the many complex interfaces and design parameters associated with mechatronics and robotics.
Who Should Enroll
Direct reports to middle managers who will be working with Industry 4.0. This course is designed for employees working on the shop floor and managing the day-to-day machines. They need to understand the importance of sending and receiving data.
Dr. Ravindra Thamma
Dr. Thamma is currently Professor of Robotics and Mechatronics of CCSU’s School of Engineering, Science, and Technology. Dr. Thamma received his PhD from Iowa State University. His teaching and research interests are robotics, automation, manufacturing system, linear control systems and intelligent systems.
Central Connecticut State University
185 Main Street
New Britain, CT 06051