1. Evaluate the various elements that comprise a robotic system.
2. Analyze the major elements of robotics development, including modeling, design, and control of robotics systems.
3. Analyze and evaluate fundamental concepts of mobile robotics—kinematics, dynamics, localization, navigation, sensing and control.
4. Analyze the state-of-art in computer-aided robotics – forward and inverse kinematics, trajectory planning, teleoperation, sensing, intelligence and control.
5. Formulate analytical notions to the structural and control design of robotic manipulation.
6. Analyze the basic sensory, interaction, and processing equipment for robotic systems.
7. Analyze, evaluate and enhance the performance of robotic systems by augmenting with sensors and custom programming.
8. Formulate computational tools in the design of robotic system control and interaction.
9. Demonstrate appropriate selection and application of a research method and statistical analysis (where required), specific to the course subject matter (effective July 1, 2013)