According to a recent report, the corona epidemic will accelerate the adoption of robotic process automation by about 48 per cent of the world’s industries. There have been reports of robotics-based technology being adopted around the world, including in India, since the COVID-19 epidemic. The use of robotic process automation has begun in many areas. In this context, robotics engineering is emerging as a field full of potential. Reports from COVID-19 suggest that the popularity of robotics is on the rise. Obviously, there will be new and better opportunities for robotics engineering professionals.
If you too dream of building a robot or the idea of ‘Iron Man’ surprises you, it means that your interest is in robotics engineering. A special branch of engineering is robotics engineering, which provides knowledge on the extension of electro-mechanics, robotic sensors, automatic systems and artificial intelligence. This course involves designing a robot, maintaining it, developing new applications and conducting research in the field of automation systems. The idea of self-driving cars gave birth to a course in automation and robotics. Robotics engineering has emerged as an important sector due to the growing demand for low cost quality products and services.
After passing 12th with Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics stream, you can go ahead by doing B Tech, BE in Robotics, Mechatronics. This is followed by an alternative to MTech in the specialised branch of robotics and further PhD in the related field.