Aim of the course

The aim of the Industrial Robotics Engineering course is to provide our students with the knowledge to meet the needs of industry, as there is an increasing demand for robotics engineers. Two laboratories have recently been rebuilt to house several industrial robots (Fanuc, UR, ABB, KUKA). This provides an opportunity to learn robot programming in a specialised practical training course, with a focus on robot integration, the maintenance and development of industrial processes and production lines.

  The name of the specialised training course is

Industrial robotics engineer/specialist

  Name of higher education institution/faculty

Óbuda University Alba Regia Technical Faculty, Székesfehérvár

  Conditions for application

BSc degree

  Main subjects covered in the curriculum
    • Industrial robots
    • PLC programming
    • Electropneumatic
  Course specifics
    • Duration: 4 semesters
    • Deadline for applications for the course starting in February: 31 January.
    • Location: Online, practices at Alba Regia Faculty of Technology, Székesfehérvá
  Registration

http://www.amk.uni-obuda.hu/index.php/hu/felvetelizoknek/szakiranyu-tovabbkepzeseink

  Aim of the course

To enquire please contact:

Address: 8000 Székesfehérvár, Budai út 45.
Dr. Károly Széll
E-mail: szell.karoly @ uni-obuda.hu
Tel/fax: +36 (22) 200-499
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  Curriculum

Curricula (pdf)

Semester/Course Title
Credit
Hours
Requirement
Semester I
Programming Techniques in Automation
5
15
Mid-term grade
Industrial Robots I
8
20
Exam
Dynamics of Industrial Robots
5
15
Mid-term grade
Industrial Electronics I.
4
10
Intermediate grade
3D modelling and simulation
4
10
Intermediate grade
Manufacturing automation processes
4
10
Exam
Semester I total
30
80
A: 2, S: 4
 

Semester II

Project work
4
10
Mid-term grade
Industrial Robots II
7
20
Exam
PLC programming I
7
20
Exam
Industrial electronics II
4
10
Mid-term grade
Sensors and actuators
4
10
Mid-term grade
Diagnostics
4
10
Mid-term grade
Semester II total
30
80
A: 2, S: 4
 

Semester III

Thesis I
7
20
Signature
Industrial Robots III
8
20
Exam
PLC programming II
7
20
Exam
Electropneumatics
4
10
Mid-term grade
Compulsory optional subject I
4
10
Mid-term grade
Semester III Total
30
80
A: 1, D: 2, S: 3
 


Semester IV

Thesis II
7
20
Signature
Industrial robots IV
7
20
Exam
Test and Measurement
4
10
Mid-term grade
Design of mechatronic systems
4
10
Exam
Data processing
4
10
Mid-term grade
Compulsory optional subject II
4
10
Mid-term grade
Semester IV Total
30
80
A: 1, D: 2, S: 3
 

Compulsory optional subjects

Embedded systems
4
10
Mid-term grade
Industrial Informatics
4
10
Mid-term grade
Machine Intelligence
4
10
Mid-term grade

 We use RoboDK for simulation and offline programming of industrial robots: https://robodk.com/

„What a human can do in a clear and understandable way, a machine can also do."
Norbert Wiener