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COLLEAGUE: ROBOT

Sometimes it still seems like science fiction. Robotics in the operating room, on assembly lines, in agriculture, nursing and oceanography. The list goes on and on, and attests to an increasingly dynamic process. Sensors, actuators and high-speed computers in combination with AI are raising performance to a whole new level. TESLA has already announced its latest coup, a humanoid robot, while in Massachusetts, BigDog, Spot, Atlas and Handle are learning to walk.

High-mobility robots developed by Boston Dynamics, the US world market leader in robotics. It’s a pioneering technology that requires demanding expertise and continuous development of specialists and junior staff. Above all, however, robotics is a technology that – with the right training systems – opens up tremendous opportunities on the job market. 

ROBOTICS AND THEIR SENSITIVE SIDE

Robots can help us work. They are reliable, effective and “sensitive.” And there are more and more of them every day. In future, human-robot-collaboration (HRC) will be even stronger, especially in industry: To maximise performance in value creation. Continuous advancements in their sensor technology help robots act with ever greater sensitivity and enhance their safety and efficiency in their cooperation with people. And that makes them reliable work partners, especially in industry. The tasks to be performed in that environment offer broad latitude for robot solutions in the world of work. Current development removes any doubt: the demand for robotics is constantly growing and its usage is ever more sustainable. The fact that robot technology also enables people with disabilities to participate equally and safely in the work world is just one of many additional benefits.

TRAINING AND
EDUCATION IN THE
ROBOTICS ARENA

THE TYPOLOGY OF
ROBOTS

THE RIGHT TOOL FOR THE JOB

INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS, LIGHTWEIGHT ROBOTS, EXOSKELETONS

The field of robotics is booming with vibrant development. Its increasing performance is bringing forth a continuous stream of innovations. Industrial robots as we have known them for decades now are being joined by new colleagues: Lightweight robots. Most industrial robots are used to precisely reposition heavy loads at high speed. Still a relatively new concept, lightweight robots, on the other hand, are programmed to move smaller loads and are particularly well-suited for collaboration with humans. Unlike industrial robots, they generally need no so-called “safety fence” – which means they are much more mobile within the work environment. Another form of robotics is the exoskeleton. It is worn directly on the body to withstand extreme loads while lifting and holding and to prevent unhealthy posture. 

MULTI-TALENTED

WHERE ROBOTS ARE USED

Robots have proven to be all-rounders. They optimise processes and products, mainly in manufacturing, assembly and logistics. Robots are in their element above all when it comes to the operation, loading and unloading of machines. Whether for pick-and-place operations, component processing, or special coating and polishing work – in manufacturing, the robot lends a skilled hand. But this steadfast worker’s expertise also includes welding and tightening screws and bolts. And last but not least, robots are valued in logistics operations for their broad range of palletising, loading and packaging capabilities.

REORIENTED

THE PROFESSIONAL APPROACH TO ROBOTICS

Given all their diverse capabilities, it comes as no surprise: robots require training too. In the specific work environment, and in compliance with safety-related aspects, the relevant tasks must be taken into account and the robots must be trained accordingly. Repair, maintenance, service and also possible optimisation measures are all requirements of this still rather new job profile. It necessitates a suitable reorientation, also in the transmission of knowledge and skills in the robotics area. The companies of LN EDUCATION GROUP have developed intelligent learning and training systems for this purpose: Perfectly tailored for a highly promising qualification and for real employment prospects in a high-tech world. 

CONTINUOUS

QUALIFIED FOR TEAMWORK WITH ROBOTS

Voice commands, gesture control, data gloves or AR glasses – the new data universe is a dynamic world of its own. For companies and specialists, robotics demands a high level of high-tech expertise, pioneering spirit, ingenuity and continuous further training and qualifications. And in that context, progress in robotics should focus on people and the environment. Ultimately, this is an interdisciplinary field that combines mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, sensor technology and AI according to applicable standards. Today Germany is showing the way and is already seen as an especially exemplary global leader here in terms of work safety, ergonomics and energy efficiency. 

HOLISTIC

TRAINING CONCEPTS THAT ALSO COVER THE PRACTICAL ASPECT

Operating robots correctly is not child’s play. To make them work, their complex, high-precision technology demands suitably complex expertise and a great deal of practice. For that reason, our training concepts have a modular structure and can be flexibly adapted to all the specific requirements of plant operators, maintenance staff, planners, project developers, programmers, etc. 
Various courses for beginners and advanced students teach how to operate robots correctly, how to program their control system, how to handle the collaborative two-armed robot, and much more. Based on learning content that increases your production reliability and productivity while reducing downtime. The courses are primarily designed for classroom instruction, but are also reinforced by practical training on the robot.

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