Robotics Engineering


Credit: 0.5

Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12

Course No. 6640

Robotics Engineering is a course based on mechanical engineering and programming. . While using curriculum from Carnegie Mellon University, the students will begin by learning how to read and write code to program robots in virtual 3 D worlds. The class will then progress on to construct their own mobile robot and program motors and sensors to complete several tasks in the robot arena. The final project will have the class divide into groups to build a flexible manufacturing system constructed of several robotic sub-systems. The students will also have the opportunity to fly and program and autonomous drone throughout the campus. Careers in Mechanical Engineering, Robotic Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechatronics Engineering, and Programming will be explored.

 

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North Hills School District


High School

53 Rochester Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15229

 

Middle School

55 Rochester Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15229