Active Robots has been involved in manufacturing, supplying, and educating the robotics market since 2002. This ranges from small manufacturing companies to large multi-nationals, through to world renowned research institutions. Our specialised robot training courses form part of our service that enables companies to embrace collaborative automation within their factories and allows our clients to maintain and expand the solutions we provide.
Active Robots offers a wide range of automation focused development courses for every level to up-skill your staff. Whether this is a robot training course to get you up and running with a Rethink Robotics Smart Collaborative Robots (Cobots) or more advanced topics, this will ensure you get the most out of your robot.
In addition to the manufacturing focused robot training courses we offer more academic options ideal for universities and research institutions. So whether you are a researcher looking to use Sawyer as a development platform, or an educator using it to inspire and train the next generation of robotics engineers, we can give you the platform specific background to enable your research and teaching goals.
We are offering several upcoming dates for training with Rethink Robotics’ Sawyer robot.
Intera Advanced Manufacturing Training – 2 Days
15th -16th March 17th-18th May 19th-20th July 20th-21st September 15th-16th November
- Focusing on Sawyer’s upcoming major new software
- From the basics to advanced programming
- Become the master of the Intera advanced features
- Small group sizes
- Emphasis on practical examples and Hands on time
- Complex logic & programming with the Intera manufacturing software
- Force Control
- Error Handling Integration with external systems
Software Development Kit (SDK) Training – 1/2 Day
Built on the open source Robot Operating System (ROS), the software development platform enables low level access to the robot.
- Introduction to the Sawyer software development platform.
- Setting up your workstation and communicating with the robot.
- A look into the inbuilt tools available to help you achieve your research goals, including motion recording, using torque readings etc.
- Using MoveIt visualisation to perform path planning and execution.
- An overview how the software development kit can be integrated with your research.