Skill Development Programs

Robotics

Robotics

Industrial Robotics: Programming

  • Total Duration of Program (Hours): 60
  • Live Sessions (Hours): 12
  • Activity Sessions (Hours): 26
  • Practice Sessions (Hours): 20
  • Trainee Assessment (Hours): 2
Program Brief

This course will provide knowledge on Robotics basics, material handling programming, and applications.

This course will provide knowledge on advanced robotics, arc welding, assembly, and palletizing programming and applications.

They must clear the Pre-Training Assessment to proceed with the training – This assessment will check for their knowledge on basic robot programming, operation, and material handling application.

Pre-Requisites

Employed personnel in Manufacturing / Engineering Industry, BE (Student), BE Graduate, Diploma Student / Graduate,  ITI Student / Graduate

Job Roles

Robotics Engineer, Robotics Application Engineer, Process Automation Engineer, Automation Design Engineer, Robotics Cell Integrator – Offline Programmer, Service Engineer – Work Cell Integration, Robot Programmer / Operator / Technician, Robotics Trainer

Outcome

At the end of this program, the trainee will be certified with the following skills:

The trainee will be able to read blue-prints of assembly drawings,work on different robot controllers, material handling work cell design, programming of various material handling applications, simulation of material handling applications, process planning, selection of end effectors and work holding devices, selection of robot movement parameters, selection of robots, and Industrial safety.

Program Summary

Assessment

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Abhyaz pre-training assessment

Practice Tool Features:

  • The learner is tested on their knowledge in robotics though simple quiz questions.

Test Duration: 1 Hour

Module 1 – Basics of Robotics

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Robotics laws
  • Industrial robot applications
  • Different types of robot configurations
  • Robot anatomy

e-Learning Content:

  • Robotics fundamentals
  • Types and applications of different robots – including different configuration robots (revolute and prismatic)
  • Introduction to links and joints, control system, and robot work envelop
  • Introduction to electrical and mechanical components
  • Forward and inverse kinematics
  • Robot Anatomy and terminologies
  • Learning by activity

Software Features – M-Robot & RoboAnalyzer

  • Easy visualization of DH parameters and forward and inverse kinematics
  • Features for easy understanding and visualization of links and joints.
  • Vast variety of robot options to understand about Degrees of Freedom and different robot configuration.
  • Robot Control system, electrical and mechanical components
  • Workspace envelope visualization
  • Smooth simulation of end-effector trajectory
  • Robot jogging, joint coordinate system and frames
  • Features for graphical representation of solutions

Module Duration: 14 Hours

Module 2 – Articulated Offline Programming – Material Handling

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Able to create work cell layout
  • Selection of Gripper
  • Define Teach point by Teach pendant
  • Programming of Pick and place application

e-Learning Content:

  • Robot operation and programming for material handing
  • End-effector types and applications
  • Selection of grippers and gripper mechanism
  • Tool frame, robot frame and user frame
  • Work-cell design and layout – importing CAD models, robot reachability, work envelope, defining input and output commands, lead through programming
  • Commands – joint, linear, circular commands, speed considerations
  • Logical and mathematical functions (add, subtract, AND, OR)
  • Industrial examples
  • Learning by activity

Software Features – Workspace LT and AristoSIM

  • Design and simulation of robot model for material handling purpose – robot and gripper selection, tool, frame, user frame, gripper mechanism
  • CAD model development and work cell layout considering robot work envelop, and robot reachability
  • Familiarizing with mathematical and logical commands and speed, and motion commands
  • Practice of different exercises and problems to understand material handling concepts
  • Practice and assignment exercises
  • Robot simulation to visualize and understanding real-life industrial scenarios.
  • Safety devices and practices

Module Duration: 24 Hours

Assessment

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Abhyaz post-training assessment

Practice Tool Features:

  • Test and evaluation based on the knowledge on previous modules.

Test Duration: 1 Hours

Industrial Robotics: Applications

  • Total Duration of Program (Hours): 60
  • Live Sessions (Hours): 12
  • Activity Sessions (Hours): 26
  • Practice Sessions (Hours): 20
  • Trainee Assessment (Hours): 2
Program Brief

This course will provide knowledge on Robotics basics, material handling programming, and applications.

This course will provide knowledge on advanced robotics, arc welding, assembly, and palletizing programming and applications.

They must clear the Pre-Training Assessment to proceed with the training – This assessment will check for their knowledge on basic robot programming, operation, and material handling application.

Pre-Requisites

Employed personnel in Manufacturing / Engineering Industry, BE (Student), BE Graduate, Diploma Student / Graduate. They must clear the Pre-Training Assessment to proceed with the training – This assessment will check for their knowledge on   basic robot programming, operation and material handling application.

Job Roles

Robotics Engineer, Robotics Application engineer, Process Automation engineer, Automation Design Engineer, Robotics Cell integrator – offline programmer, Service engineer- Work Cell Integration, Robot Programmer / Operator / Technician, Robotics Trainer

Outcome

At the end of this program, the trainee would be a certified with the following skills:

The trainee will be able to work on different robot controllers, work cell design, programming of various applications such as welding, assembly and palletizing applications, simulation of robot applications, process planning, selection of end effectors and work holding devices, selection of robot movement and welding parameters,  and Industrial safety.

Program Summary

Assessment

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Abhyaz pre-training assessment

Practice Tool Features:

  • The learner is tested on their knowledge in robotics though simple quiz questions.

Test Duration: 1 Hour

Module 1 – Arc Welding

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Creating work cell layout
  • Attaching arc welding torch
  • Creating GP, TP by using Teach pendant
  • Creating Path
  • Recording Path
  • Adding End effector actions – Arc weld on/off
  • Programming of arc welding application – Butt joint
  • Simulation of arc welding application

e-Learning Content:

  • Welding fundamentals, techniques and types
  • Robot operation and programming for Welding application
  • Welding gun types and selection, robot selection, laser seam trackers
  • Work-cell design and layout for welding considering peripheral equipment (fixtures, conveyors, torch cleaners), welding parameters
  • Robot differences for welding applications, changes in hardware and components
  • Input and output commands, logical and mathematical operators/commands, loops, motion commands
  • Interesting activities to aid effective learning

Software Features – Workspace LT and AristoSIM:

  • Learning about welding methods, practices, and welding guns – types, basic working, components, attachments – seam tracker, gun cleaners
  • Program creation for welding application, torch angle and welding parameters – spark frequency, speed, voltage, current
  • TCP, tool frame display, robot path planning
  • Motion commands (joint, linear, circular) and parameters (speed), logical and mathematical functions
  • Cell design and simulations, welding gun selection and criteria
  • Safety devices and practices

Module Duration: 13 Hours

Module 2 – Assembly

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Able to create work cell layout,
  • Selection of Gripper
  • Define Teach point by Teach pendant
  • Programming of Assembly application

e-Learning Content:

  • Robotics assembly applications and advantages, equipment and peripherals (conveyor, gripper attachments, sensors)
  • Workcell design and layout considering work envelop, robot reachability
  • Work holding devices, its kinematics and fixtures, sensor, conveyors and other peripherals.
  • Assembly operations using different robots and end-effectors
  • Gripper selection and design, simulation
  • Gripper kinematics, dependent joints
  • Activities to strengthen learning

Software Features – Workspace LT and AristoSIM:

  • Creating/importing CAD models
  • Attaching vacuum grippers and end-effectors
  • Gripper selection and design, simulation
  • Gripper kinematics, dependent joints
  • Robot path planning, TCP, tool frame display
  • Payload restrictions and precautions
  • Design of job and work holding devices and its kinematics, robot peripherals (conveyors, sensors)
  • Safety devices and practices
  • Simulation of programs and assembly recommended programming patterns

Module Duration: 13 Hours

Module 3 – Palletizing

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Able to create work cell layout,
  • Selection of Gripper
  • Define Teach point by Teach pendant
  • Programming of Palletizing application

e-Learning Content:

  • Palletization and its need in industries
  • Methods, types and application in industry
  • Robot operations and programming
  • Workcel design and layout
  • Palletization operations using different robots and end-effectors
  • Simulation and activities for easier understanding and effective learning

Software Features – AristoSIM & Workspace LT:

  • Creating programs to palletize objects using a robot (row-column definition for paletization)
  • Workcell creation and simulation considering robot peripherals
  • Conveyors, manual part movement equipment and sensors
  • Robot motion (joint, linear, circular) and speed parameters, logical and mathematics functions
  • Tool frame, user frame, robot frame
  • TCP and calibration
  • Payload
  • Gripper design changes and types
  • Learning through multiple exercises
  • Self learning and practice with the help of Inbuilt examples
  • Safety devices and practices

Module Duration: 12 Hours

Assessment

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Abhyaz post-training assessment

Practice Tool Features:

  • Test and evaluation based on the knowledge on previous modules.

Module Duration: 1 Hour

Abhyaz Train the Trainer – Basic Robotics: Programming

  • Total Duration of Program (Hours): 180
  • Abhyaz Onboarding Assessment (Hours): 8
  • Technology Training of Live sessions (Hours) + Practise Sessions (Hours): 24 + 80 = 104
  • Abhyaz Onboarding Training (Hours): 8
  • Abhyaz Trainer Assessment (Hours): 60
Program Brief

This is an intensive Train the Trainer Program on robotics technology. 

The following are the modules in this program:

  • Abhyaz Onboarding Assessment (8 Hours)
  • OPTIONAL: Technology Training (104 Hours)
  • Abhyaz Onboarding Training (8 hours)
  • Abhyaz Trainer Assessment (60 Hours)

The Trainer will have to undergo an Onboarding Assessment to showcase their knowledge and skills on this technology. 

Upon successful progression, the trainer will move to Abhyaz Onboarding Training and the Abhyaz Assessment.

Pre-Requisites

Employed personnel in Manufacturing / Engineering Industry, BE (Student), BE Graduate

Job Roles

Trainer

Outcome

At the end of this program, the trainer would be a Certified Trainer with the following skills:

Certified Technical Skills

The trainee will be able to work on different robot controllers, work cell design, programming of various applications such as welding, assembly, and palletizing applications, simulation of robot applications, process planning, selection of end effectors and work holding devices, selection of robot movement and welding parameters, and Industrial safety.

Certified To Conduct Virtual Instructor-Led Training Program

  • Able to conduct training sessions via virtual classroom
  • Training session management
  • Training scheduling
  • Web conferencing
  • e-learning content allocation
  • Abhyaz software access
  • Activity and Assignment creation
  • Assessment and Evaluation, Grading, Certification

Certified a Batch Of Students As Part Of This Learning On This Technology

Program Summary

Module 1 – Basics of Robotics

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Robotics laws
  • Industrial robot applications
  • Different types of robot configurations
  • Robot anatomy

e-Learning Content:

  • Robotics fundamentals
  • Types and applications of different robots – including different configuration robots (revolute and prismatic)
  • Introduction to links and joints, control system and robot work envelop
  • Introduction to electrical and mechanical components
  • Forward and inverse kinematics
  • Robot Anatomy and terminologies
  • Learning by activity

Software Features – M-Robot & RoboAnalyzer:

  • Easy visualization of DH parameters and forward and inverse kinematics
  • Features for easy understanding and visualization of links and joints.
  • A vast variety of robot options to understand about Degrees of Freedom and different robot configuration.
  • Robot Control system, electrical and mechanical components
  • Workspace envelope visualization
  • Smooth simulation of end-effector trajectory
  • Robot jogging, joint coordinate system, and frames
  • Features for graphical representation of solutions

Module Duration: 42 Hours

Module 2 – Articulated Offline Programming – Material Handling

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Able to create work cell layout
  • Selection of Gripper
  • Define Teach point by Teach pendant
  • Programming of Pick and place application

e-Learning Content:

  • Robot operation and programming for material handing
  • End-effector types and applications
  • Selection of grippers and gripper mechanism
  • Tool frame, robot frame, and user frame
  • Work-cell design and layout – importing CAD models, robot reachability, work envelope, defining input and output commands, lead through programming commands – joint, linear, circular commands, speed considerations
  • Logical and mathematical functions (add, subtract, AND, OR)
  • Industrial examples
  • Learning by activity

Software Features – Workspace LT and AristoSIM:

  • Design and simulation of a robot model for material handling purpose – robot and gripper selection, tool, frame, user frame, the gripper mechanism
  • CAD model development and work cell layout considering robot work envelop, and robot reachability
  • Familiarizing with mathematical and logical commands and speed, and motion commands
  • Practice of different exercises and problems to understand material handling concepts
  • Practice and assignment exercises
  • Robot simulation to visualize and understanding real-life industrial scenarios.
  • Safety devices and practices

Module Duration: 62 Hours

Abhyaz Onboarding – Training

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

Abhyaz Onboarding Assessment Test

Practice Tool Features:

  • Test is conducted to determine the knowledge acquired by a trainee after the training
  • Test will be in quiz format and Program writing in software
  • A Project will be given to the Trainee at the end of Training

Test Duration: 8 Hours

Abhyaz Train the Trainer Advanced Robotics: Programming and Applications

  • Total Duration of Program (Hours): 180
  • Abhyaz Onboarding Assessment (Hours): 8
  • Technology Training of Live Sessions (Hours) + Practise Sessions (Hours): 24 + 80 = 104
  • Abhyaz Onboarding Training (Hours): 8
  • Abhyaz Trainer Assessment (Hours): 60
Program Brief
  • The following are the modules in this program:
  • Abhyaz Onboarding Assessment (8 Hours)
  • OPTIONAL: Technology Training (104 Hours)
  • Abhyaz Onboarding Training (8 hours)
  • Abhyaz Trainer Assessment (60 Hours)

The Trainer will have to undergo – An onboarding Assessment to showcase their knowledge and skills on this technology.
Upon successful progression, the trainer will move to Abhyaz Onboarding Training and the Abhyaz Assessment.

Pre-Requisites

Employed personnel in Manufacturing Engineering Industry, BE (Student), BE Graduate, ME Graduate 

Job Roles

Trainer

Outcome

At the end of this program, the trainer would be a Certified Trainer with the following skills:

Certified Technical skills
The trainee will be able to work on different robot controllers, work cell design, programming of various applications such as welding, assembly and palletizing applications, simulation of robot applications, process planning, selection of end effectors and work holding devices, selection of robot movement and welding parameters, and Industrial safety.

Certified To Conduct Virtual Instructor-Led Training Program

  • Able to conduct training sessions via virtual classroom
  • Training session management
  • Training scheduling
  • Web conferencing
  • e-learning content allocation
  • Abhyaz software access
  • Activity and Assignment creation
  • Assessment and Evaluation, Grading, Certification

Certified a Batch Of Students As Part Of This Learning On This Technology

Program Summary

Module 1 – Arc Welding

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Creating work cell layout
  • Attaching arc welding torch
  • Creating GP, TP by using Teach pendant
  • Creating Path
  • Recording Path
  • Adding End effector actions – Arc weld on/off
  • Programming of arc welding application – Butt joint
  • Simulation of arc welding application

e-Learning Content:

  • Welding fundamentals, techniques, and types
  • Robot operation and programming for Welding application
  • Welding gun types and selection, robot selection, laser seam trackers
  • Work-cell design and layout for welding considering peripheral equipment (fixtures, conveyors, torch cleaners), welding parameters
  • Robot differences for welding applications, changes in hardware and components
  • Input and output commands, logical and mathematical operators/commands, loops, motion commands
  • Interesting activities to aid effective learning

Software Features – Workspace LT and AristoSIM:

  • Learning about welding methods, practices, and welding guns – types, basic working, components, attachments – seam tracker, gun cleaners
  • Program creation for welding application, torch angle and welding parameters – spark frequency, speed, voltage, current
  • TCP, tool frame display, robot path planning
  • Motion commands (joint, linear, circular) and parameters (speed), logical and mathematical functions
  • Cell design and simulations, welding gun selection and criteria
  • Safety devices and practices

Module Duration: 35 Hours

Module 2 – Assembly

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Able to create work cell layout,
  • Selection of Gripper
  • Define Teach point by Teach pendant
  • Programming of Assembly application

e-Learning Content:

  • Robotics assembly applications and advantages, equipment and peripherals (conveyor, gripper attachments, sensors)
  • Workcell design and layout considering work envelop, robot reachability
  • Work holding devices, its kinematics and fixtures, sensor, conveyors and other peripherals.
  • Assembly operations using different robots and end-effectors
  • Gripper selection and design, simulation
  • Gripper kinematics, dependent joints
  • Activities to strengthen learning

Software Features – Workspace LT and AristoSIM:

  • Creating/importing CAD models
  • Attaching vacuum grippers and end-effectors
  • Gripper selection and design, simulation
  • Gripper kinematics, dependent joints
  • Robot path planning, TCP, tool frame display
  • Payload restrictions and precautions
  • Design of job and work holding devices and its kinematics, robot peripherals (conveyors, sensors)
  • Safety devices and practices
  • Simulation of programs and assembly recommended programming patterns

Module Duration: 35 Hours

Module 3 – Palletizing

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

  • Able to create work cell layout,
  • Selection of Gripper
  • Define Teach point by Teach pendant
  • Programming of Palletizing application

e-Learning Content:

  • Palletization and its need in industries
  • Methods, types and application in industry
  • Robot operations and programming
  • Workcel design and layout
  • Palletization operations using different robots and end-effectors
  • Simulation and activities for easier understanding and effective learning

Software Features – AristoSIM & Workspace LT:

  • Creating programs to palletize objects using a robot (row-column definition for palletization)
  • Workcell creation and simulation considering robot peripherals
  • Conveyors, manual part movement equipment, and sensors
  • Robot motion (joint, linear, circular) and speed parameters, logical and mathematics functions
  • Tool frame, user frame, robot frame
  • TCP and calibration
  • Payload
  • Gripper design changes and types
  • Learning through multiple exercises
  • Self-learning and practice with the help of Inbuilt examples
  • Safety devices and practices

Module Duration: 34 Hours

Abhyaz Onboarding – Training

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

Abhyaz Onboarding Training

Training on Abhyaz Platform:

  • User enrollment
  • Session planning
  • Virtual classroom creation
  • Creation of Activities – Attendance, Assignment, Chat, Forum, Quiz, Grading
  • eLearning content assignment

Training on Content Delivery and Student Engagement:

  • Session creation and onboarding students into the session
  • Software walkthrough in Abhyaz lab
  • Sample applications execution
  • Uploading and Downloading files form software

VILT Skills Training:

Reports Generation: Attendance, Assignments, Assessments and Feedback

Test Duration: 8 Hours

Abhyaz Onboarding – Assessment

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

Abhyaz Onboarding Assessment Test

Demo Session to be Conducted by the Trainer:

  • Evaluation of content delivery, student interaction, question and query handling, communication, usage of VILT tools such as poll, upload presentation
  • Course management – enrollment, attendance, assignment, activities
  • Reports Generation: Attendance, Assignments, Assessments, and Feedback of the Demo session

Module Duration: 8 Hours

Abhyaz Trainer Assessment

Knowledge/Skills Achieved:

Abhyaz Certifying Assessment: Train the Students – Train & Certify a batch of 25 students

Practice Tool Features:

  • Trainer will conduct the Student training program for the standard duration of 60 hours to a batch of minimum 15 to maximum 25 students. The students will have to brought in and enrolled by the trainer.
  • Master Trainer will oversee the program and assist the trainer to conduct this program, provide guidance on the platform, tools, enable the trainer to review the assignments submitted by the students
  • Master trainer guides the trainer to collate the reports, attendance and reviews

Module Duration: 60 Hours