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I want robotics as my future, help me out.

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I'm still class 11 and I want to become a robotics


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Mukund’s Answer

Assuming that you have strong interest in Robotics, Engineering might the good career option for you. There are Robotic courses offered by many engineering institutes in India. You can pursue your education after 12 in these institutes. You can check the courses offered and their contents in each college's website.
Best luck for your career in Robotics.

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Deepak’s Answer

Forensic psychologists help solve criminal cases by studying suspects and evidence to determine a motive. They work with an investigation team and often testify in court cases. Robotics Engineers are the engineers who work in the field of robotics and automation. He/ she is mainly responsible for developing, designing, application and operation of the robots and robotic systems. One of the major responsibilities is designing and developing the robotics and automation systems in a cost-effective manner.
These professionals are also responsible to develop and test the automated machines to make sure they are safe to operate and economical to purchase. They use Computer-Aided Design, Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CADD/CAM) and drafting to develop and test the robotic systems. Another responsibility of a Robotics Engineer is to create an integrated environment between humans and robots and use the system for the manufacturing assembly line.
Robotics Engineers are sometimes also known as automation system engineers or robotics test engineers.


The eligibility which must be fulfilled by candidates to pursue a career as a Robotics Engineer is given in the points below:

->The candidate must have pursued a diploma/ Bachelor’s/ Master’s degree in Robotics Engineering from a recognised institute.
->The candidate must have opted for a specialised course in Robotics Engineering such as Automation/ Micro robotics/ Medical Robotics/ Design and Control/ Robot Motion Planning, etc.
->The candidate must have adequate knowledge of Computer-Aided Design and Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CADD/CAM)
->The candidates can also pursue a degree in MS in Robotics to get more in-depth knowledge and enhance their expertise in the field.


->After completing 12th in Science stream, the candidates can go for a Bachelors in Robotics Engineering. The candidates can either opt for B. Tech in Robotics Engineering or BE in Robotics Engineering.
->After completing the bachelor’s degree, the candidate can go for a Master’s degree in Robotics Engineering. During the Master’s degree, the candidate can go for a specialised field in robotics to enhance their knowledge base.
->Various entrance exams which the candidate can opt for to pursue a bachelor’s or master’s degree in Robotics Engineering include IIT JAM, National Institute of Technology M.Tech Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Entrance Exam, Post-Graduate Engineering Common Entrance Test (PGECET), IISC Entrance exam, etc.
->After completing the education in Robotics Engineering, the candidates can either go for campus placement or direct interviews. The candidates who have pursued a degree in Robotics Engineering can pursue their career in India as well as foreign countries.

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Kaan’s Answer

When we say "robot" most of the time what comes to mind it what we see in the movies, the fancy talking, walking, intelligent machines. However, majority of the robots today which already help humans are not fancy at all.

What is common though is they are autonomous, which means they do not require intervention or guidance to do what they are meant to do.

Most important aspect of robots is therefore intelligence. This is true today and will be even more important in the future. Nobody wants a "dumb" robot.

Therefore my advice would be to start with learning artificial intelligence. I say "start with" but in fact it is a later phase start. Best to get there is to first probably go for a degree in computer science/engineering, the key class of interest being data structures and algorithms (not to mention programming and operating systems). Next you may go for a master's and take an artificial intelligence class. (Pick the right programs so that they offer these.) In reputable universities you can even take graduate level advance classes like Machine Learning as well. If grad school is not for you then you can try to get a job that you could take training to learn advanced subjects in a more practical setting.


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Zhe’s Answer

Currently at your age, you can focus more on math or physics. To learn robotics in the future, you would need very strong knowledges in these fundamental course. Try to learn programming on the side and join a robotics club or find some friends who also interested in robotics.

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Alana’s Answer

So while still in high school, take physics and calculus since these are fundamental to engineering. Also, see if your school has or will start a robotics team like US First. Then think about which part of robotics you might enjoy: programming the robot so computer science and artificial intelligence or designing the robot which would be mechanical engineering or mechatronics or the circuits inside the robot would be electrical engineering. A few schools even have robotics majors these days. This is based on my experience doing robotics in high school then robotics research at an engineering school then 6 years working for a company that builds robots.it was definitely enjoyable.

Thank you so much Though I don't know you 😍 A R.

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karthik’s Answer

The Future of Robots

We are still decades away from a future where robots carry out more difficult and meaningful tasks. ... It also means quicker advances in artificial intelligence — things like computer vision and natural language processing that help robots “see” and learn.

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NiLeSh’s Answer

Hi,
Robotics is vast field. There are industrial robots, military robots,service robots, humanoids etc.
But most of the robotic filed involves mechanical Engineering, electrical engineering and computer engineering/science. I believe if you start persuicing your academics by this references you can choose further to do specialisation in robotics. There is also mechatronic engineering which kind of mixture of core branches and can give you good advantages.

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Jie’s Answer

study in engineering fields, like electrical engineering, computer engineering or mechanical control

Thank you 😊 A R.

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Joseph’s Answer

As others have said, taking STEM subjects is the obvious main step. However, one of the best things you can do is get some early experience outside of the classroom. Robotics is now wonderfully accessible to try at home; there's products like Lego Mindstorms that would be a great introduction to basic robotics. There's also readily available and easy to use microcontroller boards like Raspberry Pi or Arduino - you might have started learning to program code in school, but if not, there's plenty of tutorials on the web to teach yourself; and doing it yourself for fun is better practice than any lesson. For robotics, you'll need to learn how to get the code talking to hardware; those microcontrollers are great for this. Start with simple things; flashing an LED, turning a motor on and off, responding to a button being pressed; and develop from there - you'll come up with your own ideas for fun projects.

Thank you soo much ☺ A R.

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Jie’s Answer

Some high school has robotic club, and participating robotic competition.

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