In America, 7 out of every 10 robots that are used in industry are FANUC robots. With Amatrol, APT, and FANUC training and certification programs, students will have the opportunity to learn on the same technology they will use in industry.
Amatrol’s Robotics & Computer Programming Learning System is a turnkey solution designed to teach programming, interface and material handling, design, quality control, production control, and workcell development, all using robotics. The Amatrol Pegasus robot is a very powerful teaching robot with a programming language containing over 140 executable industrial commands. Simulation software allows learners to test programs. Learners will develop programs to allow the robot to function as both a cell controller and a manipulator.
To learn more about Amatrol’s robotics training program provided by Moss, visit Amatrol’s website.
APT Manufacturing Solutions is an automated equipment builder and precision machine shop equipped with over 30 manual and CNC machines, laser cutting and fabrication equipment, mechanical engineering with 3D solid modeling, and controls engineering with PLC and robot programming. At APT, education and training is weaved into the core of our every move. We recognized years ago that educating the next generation is vital to our success, and the success of manufacturing in America, we have made it one of our primary strategic objectives.
FANUC Robotics America now offers Certified Education Robot Training to qualifying High Schools, Community Colleges, and Universities. With FANUC Robotics' educational robots, students can learn to utilize the latest automation technology while applying Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. Industrial robotics training in the classroom can safely be achieved through the CERT program. FANUC Robotics provides the necessary training to the instructor as well as a curriculum to introduce students to robot applications including: integrated vision systems (iRVision), programming a logic controller, and using ROBOGUIDE simulation software.
To accompany the CERT program, an eligible school can purchase a new innovative educational tooling package. With this package, students will utilize the same robots and software that are used in industry including integrated vision systems (iRVision), programming a logic controller, and the use of ROBOGUIDE simulation software. Schools can use the new package to integrate robot training into their programs and initiatives. Some of the successful approaches used by educational institutions are: