Academic: 80 Hrs (40 Hrs Theory + 40 Hrs Practical)
(Running Mode: Part Time /Weekend /Regular)

Corporate: 40 Hrs (20 Hrs Theory + 20 Hrs Practical)
(Running Mode: Regular)

Building on the "Basic Robot Programming" training, Robot Programming is extended and depend. The main emphasis of this seminar is on the one hand the high level programming language KRL and on the other hand the structuring and documentation of Robot Programs.

Course Content:

  • Language elements of the KRL programming language • 
    • FOLD concept
    • Flow Chart
    • Editing facilities
    • Data concept
    • Use of subprograms
    • Check structures
    • Motion instructions
    • Digital I/O instructions
  • Signal exchange with a higher-level PLC
    • Configuring the Automatic External interface
  • Gripper configuration
  • Advance Robot Simulation on SIMPRO software Prerequisites: Trainee Eligibility: •  Student : B. Tech / Diploma •  Working Professionals: Minimum 6 months of experience


  • Training "Basic Robot Programming".
  • Meanful but not necessary: Basic Knowledge of High - level Programming language (e.g. C++ or Turbo Pascal.

Trainee Eligibility

  • Student: B.Tech / Diploma
  • Working Professionals: Minimum 6 months of experience
Training Outcomes -
  • Covers the classifications, characteristics, and functions of industrial robots as well as basic safety precautions for working with robots.
  • Covers different methods of protecting workers from industrial robot accidents.
  • Covers the functions and characteristics of the different components of an industrial robot.
  • Covers the function of structured programming, their methodology & conceptualization.
  • Covers the fundamental concepts of Variables, subprograms, function, Data list & Data manipulation in the depth of robotic programming.
  • Covers the fundamental concepts required for programming of industrial robots.
  • Describes the various types of end effectors and their uses. It also explains the issue of compliance and describes how to maintain end effectors.
  • Covers the most common applications of industrial robots.
  • Introduced to the troubleshooting process and will learn how to identify problems and their causes. It will also go through some problems specific to robots and identify common causes and solutions.

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