ROS Webinar | How to train your technical team on ROS skills?
December 13th, 2017
The webinar of How to train your technical team on ROS skills will be held on December 13, 2017 from 18:00 pm - 19:00 pm CET.
Attendance is free.
All the attendants will receive a document explaining in detail all the techniques for fast ROS training (only for attendants).
= Description =
ROS is becoming the essential skills for robotics engineers. Apart from labs, there are an increasing number of commercial sector, industrial and services robots using ROS. Gradually, it has became a widely-used platform in the robotics research community.
Is a “good solution” for companies who are seeking a quick development. In recent year there are a high demand in the self-driving car industry and due to it’s low level of functionality benefits, it attracts a larger number start-up companies using it from warehousing to agriculture, which are growing at an exponential pace. It supports the robot development and industry growth without specifically costs for building software and hardware.
But as you may understand, robotics engineers spend a lot of time developing ROS based software. Sometimes, they need to gather more knowledge about a specific ROS subject. Sometimes the team needs to incorporate more engineers with ROS knowledge.
In order to speed things up, in this one-hour webinar we will show how to smooth ROS learning path for technical staff or interns in order to maximize their learning speed and apply to related robotics development.
= Who Should Attend =
Technical teams, robotics start-ups and companies who need to equip their team or their interns on ROS in an effective way, and apply ROS into robotics development quickly and effectively.
= Instructor =
RICARDO TÉLLEZ, Ph.D. (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ricardotellez/4)
= Pre-registration =
To assist us in planning, pre-registration is required.
Pre-registration website: http://www.theconstructsim.com/ros-webinars-train-team-ros/
= More Information =
You can contact us with questions and doubts here: firstname.lastname@example.org