In-depth understanding of engineering fundamentals, including maths, science, pneumatics, electrical applications, process control, and lean manufacturing.
Ability to relate and create interdisciplinary connections between basic engineering subjects studied.
Operates with a high level of autonomy, showcasing self-reliance and independent decision-making.
Demonstrates focus and distraction control, ensuring consistent attention to tasks.
Develops a lean approach to project design in robot systems integration, emphasizing efficiency and optimization.
Reflects on organization and planning, striving for continuous improvement.
Uses visualization to aid planning, enhancing the understanding of complex processes.
Aims for excellence and effectively manages time to meet project objectives.
Continually seeks solutions to production problems and focuses on quality improvement.
Demonstrates adaptability to new environments and tasks, fostering flexibility.
Develops problem-solving strategies that can be implemented as required.
Actively engages within the team, contributing to the achievement of shared objectives.
Sets goals for self and the team, fostering a sense of direction and purpose.
Develops reflective skills and an appreciation for lean principles.
Improves organisational, time management, and goal-setting skills.
Develops communication, collaboration, and leadership skills essential for effective team dynamics.
Enhances attention to detail, critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving skills.
Develops and applies CAD skills along with mechanical, electrical, and pneumatics principles.
Enhances practical hand-skills, decision-making, critical thinking, and problem-solving capabilities.
Understands the importance of cycle/production time and optimal use of hardware and sensors in robot cell design.
Emphasises the importance of efficient fault-finding, maintenance, and user-friendly HMI design.
Understands the significance of clear, accurate, and detailed technical specifications for end-users.