What does a robotics engineer do?
A robotics engineer works with robotics and motion, etc.
In my experience, the best place to start learning about robotics is the VEX kits. The kits come with the components, software, and a manual describing just about everything you need to know about that kit. It's a great place to start learning about the different systems of a robot and how they interact with each other.
From my experience, robotics engineering usually falls under a specialization in either mechanical or electrical engineering depending on what portion you want to focus more on. Robotics from the electrical side focus more heavily on the computer coding and electrical systems where as robotics from the mechanical side might be called Mechatronics at some schools. The main difference is that a robotics engineer is going to focus much more on instrumentation, electronics, and coding of…
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If you combined 2 or 3 of those subjects, the careers you could get could be architect, engineer environmental designer landscape designer industrial engineer hardware design engineer computer-aided designer or drafter human factors practitioners You can even work with animatronics or robotics to create figures like the ones in Jurassic Park or Godzilla.