## Description

Robotics design and simulation course part 1. If you are a robotics engineer, student or even an amateur who wants to have a solid foundation and get into robotics the right way, you will enjoy this course. In this course, you will learn position kinematics, where you can describe the position and orientation of the robot gripper or end tool with respect to the robot base, and calculate how far each actuator must move to reach its desired position. Orientation that is necessary to create the path of the robot. You will learn how to use MATLAB to build a kinematic model and validate your result with a SOLIDWORKS robot design. The course begins by covering all the basics you need to understand the course content, moving on to the first chapter, which includes basic descriptions of position and orientation, and shows these two descriptions in box descriptions, in the next chapter. It gives the forward kinematics and how to connect the movement of the robot’s joints and the position and orientation of its final effect, in the last chapter, which explains the reverse kinematics and how to create the robot joints to the desired position and orientation.

### What you will learn in Robotics design and simulation part 1 course

• Describe the position kinematics of each robot configuration

• – Be able to describe the position and direction of objects in two-dimensional plane and three-dimensional space.

• – Model the position kinematics of each robot in Matlab

• – Basics of Matlab and simulink programming

### This course is suitable for people who

• students
• Industrial and robotics engineers
• Anyone interested in robotics

### Specifications of Robotics design and simulation course part 1

• Publisher: Udemy
• teacher: Amr Mohamed
• Training level: beginner to advanced
• Training duration: 4 hours and 54 minutes
• Number of courses: 36

### Prerequisites of Robotics design and simulation part 1 course

• Basics of trigonometry
• Basics of linear algebra
• Basics of vector calculus
• Basics of MATLAB programming and Simulink (preferred)
• Solidworks 3D modeling (preferred)
• If you don’t have any knowledge of any of these recruitments, don’t worry all the requirements you need sufficient for this course are covered, and if you are familiar with any of these you can skip it.

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