This highly practical module provides participants with the methods for assessing the manufacturing processes so that automation meeting the requirements can be selected for productivity improvements. Techniques of design and simulation will be introduced for a robotics system set-up and programming. Methods of sensing and locating workpieces for part handing will be taught. The participants will be guided through the process of developing and executing practical projects for acquiring the competencies in automation process studies and automation system simulation.
Why This Course
- Designed specifically based on local industry demand
- Highly practical and intensive
- Latest knowledge and up-to-date automation technology
- Case studies highlighting industrial automation applications
Expert trainers in the field with industrial experience
Who Should Attend
This module is designed for production supervisors, industrial engineering engineers, production engineers, planners, production managers, production control managers, and other professionals involved in production and process management, shop-floor operations management, procurement and materials management from the precision engineering, electronics, aerospace and automotive sectors.
Watch our webinar video for "Applying Robotics for High-Mix Low-Volume Manufacturing"
held on 22 May 2020
for more information about this Graduate Diploma course.