The aim of this specialty is to prepare students to analyse robot kinematics and dynamics, to support, programme, and operate mobile and service robots, and to use sensory data visualizations. The graduate will also have expertise regarding, among others, electronics, mechanical engineering, control, and computer science. The graduate will know how to use algorithms for planning the movements and the control of robots capable of moving on their own.
Information technologies in automation
This specialty prepares the graduate to use information technologies to acquire measurements, control technological processes, design, launch, and maintain autonomous systems, visualize sensory data, programme operator stations and controllers, apply measurement and performance automation devices, and construct industrial networks with PLC, PAC, and DCS devices. It also prepares graduates to implement industrial automation system projects using microcontrollers and computer networks.