Robotics: The Workshop

Robotics: The Complete Workshop introduces you to the concepts of robot creation, flight and movement. How robots perceive their environment? How do they adjust their movements to avoid obstacles, navigate difficult terrains and accomplish complex tasks?

Online Videos
Multiple Resources
Active Community
One-on-One Mentorship
Alex Paul
Robotics Engineer

About the Course

Robotics is actually a branch of engineering and science that consists of electronic devices engineering, physical engineering as well as computer science etc. This particular branch works with the layout, construction, use to manage robots, sensory suggestions and information processing. These're a number of technologies which will replace human activities and humans in coming years. These robots are intended to be put into use for any purpose but these're using in sensitive environments as bomb detection, deactivation of various bombs etc. Robots are able to have some form but many of them have offered the human appearance. The robots which have shot the form of man appearance may likely to have the walk as people, speech, cognition and most notably all the things a human can do. Many of the robots of today are influenced by nature and are recognized as bio-inspired robots.

Course Content

Robotics: Aerial Robotics

Just how can we produce agile micro aerial vehicles which are in a position to run autonomously in cluttered outdoor and indoor locations? You are going to gain an introduction to the aspects of flight and also the layout of quadrotor flying robots and can have the ability to create powerful versions, derive controllers, and synthesize planners for running in 3 dimensional environments. You'll be open to the difficulties of employing loud receptors for localization and controlling in complicated, three dimensional environments. Lastly, you are going to gain insights through seeing world examples that are real of the possible uses and issues for the rapidly growing drone industry.

Robotics: Mobility

How can robots use their motors and sensors to move around in an unstructured environment? You will understand how to design robot bodies and behaviors that recruit limbs and more general appendages to apply physical forces that confer reliable mobility in a complex and dynamic world. We develop an approach to composing simple dynamical abstractions that partially automate the generation of complicated sensorimotor programs. Specific topics that will be covered include: mobility in animals and robots, kinematics and dynamics of legged machines, and design of dynamical behavior via energy landscapes.


“Get ready for a very strange, fascinating journey into another world. ”

Alex Carter