2:27pm on Monday 5th December 2016
Robotics and Automation : Skill for Next Century
Today, world is turning more and more to the use of robotics and automation, be it at home, manufacturing, services, logistics, warehousing, movie making etc.
As most statistics, what IT was in 90's is where robotics stands now. Expected growth of software developers by 2018 is almost 90% as compare to current level of 2.75 million software professionals. This is a clear sign of huge demand of engineers with practical knowledge in the fields like robotics and automation. Another Studies show that the almost all human being come in contact with robots or automation at least once in every day. This is due to the fact that robotics has been found to be a cheaper alternative against the ever growing cost of using human. Robotics has been found suitable for almost any job that can be performed by human, instead automation and robotics can be used to perform work which is beyond human capacity and capability. At industrial level, robotically controlled machines have more potential as production can be ramped up/reduced as per demand which can help in increasing the profitability for the employer. The production capacity of these machines are much higher than the human counterparts. While regular maintenance is required for these machines however the cost of maintenance fall much lesser than cost of lunch/breakfast/tea/annual leaves/casual leaves/fluctuation in quality because of oversight/transportation cost etc. etc.
While Robotics have more advantages however it’s wise to have a look into its disadvantages as well. One of the main drawbacks that the average quality of robotic produced products is not as high as for the products made by human employees. The lower quality of robotically made products are harder to sell and compromise has to be made on the final price of the product. Fear of losing job among the work force is another negative point, however this can be manged by providing high skilled job to the impacted workforce.
Indian electronics manufacturing industry is expected to grow to the size of $400 billion by 2020, from the current level of $70 billion. It is time for all the young engineering to put their hand up for the opportunity and be part of next big technology wave.
We at Incrediminds, are trying to bridge the gap between industrial requirements and academic content, in other words to bridge the gap between skill and academics. Our Learn-Assess-Apply-Test methodology provides full hands on experience opportunity to students on robotics and computation concepts which further help students in creating their own projects. Our project expose students to new technologies which once learned can be used to solve real life problem, 70-30 rule of our training programs, 70% practical and 30% theory, guaranties suitable exposure to head start career with robotics/ embedded engineering. Our Robotics kits provide opportunity for students to learn advance projects from home.
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