Robotics Job Roles
Society is experiencing an unprecedented level of technological change and this provides robotic specialists a great opportunity to get in to the heart of it. The number of industries investing into robotics is constantly increasing, therefore, with that rise, the demand for employees to build and maintain these robotics grows. Industries including aerospace, manufacturing, agriculture and finance have already invested millions into robotics. Below is a list of jobs that are often in high demand in relation to robotics jobs.
Applying the principles of software engineering, a specialist uses these to improve the design, development, maintenance, testing, and evaluation of the software within robotics. Additionally they tend to specialize in a few areas of development, such as networks, operating systems, databases or applications, and each area requires fluency in its own set of computer languages and development environments.
Robotics Perception and Navigation Specialist
Often employers seek candidates who completely grasp the applied skill of transforming and fusing data from stereo-cameras, LIDAR and IMU’s to enable the robotic and data analysis to work. Companies tend to look for people who have graduated at Ph.D. level, have some post-doc experience, particularly in machine vision and mobile robotics. Tasks often include concept development and engineering.
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Electrical Maintenance Engineer
As an Electrical Maintenance Engineer one would be expected to provide electrical repair and maintenance skills. This would include fault analysis and identification to facilitate repairs and improve standards. Simply put; the role expects the candidate to carry out planned, preventive and routine maintenance on their production machinery.
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