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VIŠER

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering of Applied Studies

Belgrade

Robotics and Automation Course code: 141407 | 6 ECTS credits

Basic information
Level of Studies: Undergraduate applied studies
Year of Study: 3
Semester: 5
Requirements: -
Goal: The objective of the course is to familiarize with the basic theoretical aspects of modern robotics and master the practical knowledge necessary for the application of robots.
Outcome: As the outcome of the course students will be trained to use robotic technology, including the selection, introduction, programming and maintenance of robot systems.
Contents of the course
Theoretical instruction:
  1. Introduction to robotics and automation.
  2. Classification and components of robotic systems.
  3. Kinematics of robots.
  4. Planning the trajectory.
  5. The dynamics of the robot.
  6. Drive units.
  7. Robot control techniques.
  8. Sensors in robotics.
  9. Programming systems.
  10. Automated machine systems for small-scale and large-scale production.
  11. Fixed automation.
  12. Flexible automation.
  13. The structure of the flexible manufacturing system.
  14. Flexible cell, line and system.
  15. Hierarchy of control of a flexible production system.
Practical instruction (Problem solving sessions/Lab work/Practical training):
  1. Programming and software simulation of robots in a virtual laboratory.
  2. Design and simulation of individual parts of robots in CAD software
Textbooks and References
  1. B. Karan, Osnovi robotike, skripta, Viša elektrotehnička škola, Beograd, 2004.
  2. V. Potkonjak, Robotika, Univerzitet u Beogradu, Beograd, 1995.
  3. M. Vukobratović i grupa koautora, Uvod u robotiku, Institut “Mihailo Pupin”, Beograd, 1986.
  4. M. Vukobratović, Primenjena dinamika manipulacionih robota, Tehnička knjiga, Beograd, 1990.
  5. M. Vukobratović i D. Stokić, Upravljanje manipulacionim robotima, Tehnička knjiga, Beograd, 1990.
  6. M. Popović, Senzori u robotici, Viša elektrotehnička škola, Beograd, 1996.
Number of active classes (weekly)
Lectures: 3
Practical classes: 2
Other types of classes: 0
Grading (maximum number of points: 100)
Pre-exam obligations
Points
activities during lectures
0
activities on practial excersises
20
seminary work
30
colloquium
20
Final exam
Points
Written exam
30
Oral exam
0