Strona: Learning program / Janus Project

Learning program

red. Dorota Stadnicka

Learning program

  • A set of ILOs for Industrial Automation

ILOs - Industrial Automation

Additional explanation

ILO-IA-1: Understanding the structure and performance of industrial robots


ILO-IA-2: Application of robots to selected industrial processes

Laboratory demonstration of industrial processed executed by robots

ILO-IA-3: Programming industrial robots: online, offline

Laboratory demonstration of online, offline programming

The students will create a simple program using manual guidance

ILO-IA-4: Application of collaborative robotics

1 – speed and separation monitoring: laboratory demonstration

2 – power and force limiting: students try to collaborate with a robot in the execution of a collaborative assembly

  • A set of ILOs for Basics of Robots

ILOs – Intended Learning Outcomes

Additional explanation

ILO-BR-1: Has knowledge of basic issues in the field of robotics, which allows to understand the problems of robotization.



ILO-BR-2: Obtains information from the literature in order to understand the state of the art in the field of robotics.


ILO-BR-3: Applies self-study and understand the need for upskilling in the field of robotics.


Laboratories demonstration


ILO-BR-4: Perceives and understands social aspects related to robotization.


Laboratory demonstration of industrial processed executed by robots

ILO-BR-5: Designs a robotic system for a selected application.

Laboratories demonstration with the use of computer programs

The students will design a simble robotic system for selected application

ILO-BR-6: Selects and applies appropriate computational, analytical and simulation methods to the designed robotic system.

The student will apply appropriate methods to analyze a robotic system.


Read more in the handbook: 

Practical handbook for teachers with guidelines on how to integrate Virtual Reality for Robotics education

and in the following Annexes:

Annex 1 - Theoretical Framework and Conceptual Framework.

Annex 2 - Didactic content. Intended Learning Outcomes (ILO). Teaching and Learning Activities (TLA). Assessment Tasks (AT).

Annex 10 - Framework for Virtual Reality Platform.

Annex 12 - Training Sessions.


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