Robotics is the study of robot technology that makes use of disciplines such as: dynamic system modeling and analysis, mathematics, physics, biology, mechanical engineering, electrical and electronic engineering, computer science and automation (sensors, control, and actuators) technology for the building and application of robots. Robots are defined as programmable machines or gadgets that can replace humans in performing a range of tasks by executing input commands to solve a particular problem. The instructions robot responds to or act on is what is called Coding / Programming.
In this fast-moving world with constant advancements in technologies and new innovations, it has become critical for UHSIT to offer Robotics education. There is a special session for students to also participate, not on the grounds that they need them to compete with other children but to make sure that they are well equipped with skills, that will help them to deal with complex situations in this constantly evolving environment.
The Robotics curriculum helps create a learning environment where students are motivated by both the design and construction of robotics. The objective of robotics education is to help students adapt to present production processes and automation technology in this evolving world