How do I become a robotics software engineer?


How do I become a robotics software engineer?

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Robotics engineers typically have a bachelor's degree in an engineering discipline, specifically robotics engineering or other. Robotics programs are typically offered as a specialization within a mechanical engineering program, not really a program of its own.

Robotics engineers design mechanical devices. They are responsible for the set up, programming, and maintenance of robots. Robots are used in a wide variety of industries for a wide variety of purposes. For example, the automotive industry relies on robots to perform various tasks in the building of an automobile. A robot might, for instance, weld together a car's exhaust system. The robotics engineer oversees these machines.

The Bureau of Labor statistics (BLS) projected that there will be about 1,200 employment opportunities in this career field each year between now and 2026. According to Interesting Engineerhe median yearly income is $96,980 for robotics engineers. The average annual income for all mechanical engineers, in 2018, was $87,370, so salaries can range depending on the industry and work.

For more information about robotic engineering, check out this article: Robotics Engineer: Job Outlook and Required Education.

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