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Die Robotik transformiert derzeit etliche Industrien. Von Fertigung und Gesundheitswesen über Landwirtschaft bis hin zu Bau- und Transportwesen trägt sie zur Produktivität und Sicherheit bei. Durch solche Automatisierungstechnik gewinnt der Mensch an Freiheit, um anspruchsvollere, also kreative oder intellektuelle Ziele zu verfolgen. Die Robotik eröffnet unglaubliche Möglichkeiten, erfordert allerdings auch besondere Qualifikationen.
In diesem Programm erlangst du das Wissen und die praktischen Fähigkeiten, um robotische Softwaresysteme zu entwickeln und Grundsätze künstlicher Intelligenz auf Robotik anzuwenden. So lernst du etwa Robot Operating System (ROS), Kinematik, Kontrolle, simultane Lokalisierung und Mapping (SLAM) kennen. Durch unsere Partnerschaft mit NVIDIAs Deep Learning Institut können wir dir außerdem die Innovationstechnik des Deep Reinforcement Learning vermitteln.
Um die Expertise so umfassend wie möglich und eine bahnbrechende Lernerfahrung aufzustellen, greifen wir auf die jahrelange praktische Erfahrung von NVIDIA und Electric Movement zurück. Die beiden Tech-Größen haben den Lehrplan mitkonzipiert, Mitarbeiter stehen euch im Programm als Ansprechpartner und zur Entwicklung eurer Projekte zur Verfügung.
Viele Nanodegree-Programme legen Grundlagen oder bilden eine partikuläre Fähigkeit aus. AbsoventInnen dieses Programmes aber bezeichnen wir als "career-ready". Ein Portfolio ihrer erstellten Projekte bildet die perfekte Bewerbungsgrundlage, sie sind vollständig in der Lage, andere Robotik-Teams zu bereichern und eigenständig innovative Software-Lösungen zu entwickeln. Damit stellen sie eine Gruppe dar, die der Arbeitsmarkt bereits heftig nachfragt. Und der Bedarf steigt weiter…
NVIDIA Jetson TX2
Dank unserer Partnerschaft mit NVIDIA erhalten Lernende im zweiten Abschnitt das NVIDIA Jetson TX2 Kit mit Bildungsrabatt. Das Jetson TX2 erweitert eure Rechenkapazität beträchtlich und erlaubt weiterführende Anwendungen in Deep Learning oder Computer Vision.
Wissenschaftler. Lehrer. Erfinder. Unternehmer. Sebastian ist vieles, u.a. Tutor dieses Programms. Er leitete das Projekt Google X zum autonomen Auto und gründete Udacity mit der Vision, digitale Bildung weltweit für so viele Lernende wie möglich erschwinglich zu machen.
Dana ist Elektroingenieurin mit Georgia Tech Informatik M.A. und einigen Jahren Erfahrung in der Entwicklung von Embedded Systems für Motorola. Dabei erhielt sie u.a. ein Patent für ein integriertes Betriebssystem.
Ryan hat einen PhD in Astrophysik, lehrt und lernt leidenschaftlich und ist außerdem Tutor in den Self-Driving und Flying Car Nanodegree-Programmen. Wenn er nicht online ist, sucht ihn in den Bergen oder beim Surfen.
Nach seiner Zeit in der US Army hat Anthony einen Computertechnik M.A. an der Colorado State gemacht und bei Lockheed Martin als Software-Entwickler für autonome Systeme gearbeitet. Ihr findet Anthony auch im Self-Driving Car-Programm.
Julia is an instructor of Mechatronics Engineering at the University of Waterloo. Her previous work experiences include designing electric vehicles for underground mines and leading a prestigious STEM enrichment program for gifted high-school students.
Karim started his early career as a Mechanical Engineer. He earned his M.S. in Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering from NYU. His specialties include Kinematics, Control, and Electronics.
NVIDIAs Erfolg fußt auf Geist und bahnbrechender Forschung. NVIDIAs GPU Deep Learning hat eine neue Ära der Datenverarbeitung entfacht, in der der Prozessor als Gehirn von Computern, Robotern und selbstfahrenden Autos die Welt wahrnimmt und versteht.
EM entwickelt Robotiksysteme, bringt also unschätzbare Einblicke, Expertise und Markterfahrung in das Programm: über reale Robotik-Anwendungen, ROS, Automation, Embedded Systems und agile Entwicklung.
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Du machst erste Erfahrungen mit ROS (Robotic Operating System) und tastest dich so an die robotischen Schlüsseldisziplinen Wahrnehmung, Steuerung und Deep Learning heran.
Lerne bei und mit NVIDIA, SLAM (Lokalisierung und Mapping) und Reinforcement Learning-Techniken auf die Herausforderungen der Robotik anzuwenden.
Demand for software engineers with the right skills in robotics far exceeds the current supply of qualified talent. This makes this an ideal time to enter this field, and this groundbreaking program represents a unique opportunity to develop in-demand skills.
Expert instructors and detailed project reviews are among hallmarks of this Nanodegree program, and in collaboration with the NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute—one of the most exciting and innovative companies in the world—we have built an unrivalled curriculum that offers a cutting-edge learning experience.
You will graduate from this Nanodegree program having completed several hands-on robotics projects in simulation that will serve as portfolio pieces demonstrating acquired skills. These skills will enable you to pursue a rewarding career in the robotics field.
Over the course of the Nanodegree program, you'll also have the opportunity to learn about robotics hardware such as the NVIDIA Jetson TX2 Developer Kit. Eligible students will also have access to a special education discount on the Jetson TX2 through our collaboration with NVIDIA.
For anyone seeking to launch or advance a career as a Robotics Software Engineer, and who wishes to be a part of the incredible world of robotics, this is the ideal program.
As a Robotics Software Engineer, you'll be equipped to bring value to a wide array of industries.
Robotics Software Engineers opportunities might include:
A career in robotics is exciting presenting changing challenges and new approaches constantly. If you want to work in an area where you get to see your solutions come to life and solve some of the world’s most difficult problems, a career in robotics is right for you! The Robotics Software Engineer Nanodegree program is here to provide you a great entry into the world of robotics and jumpstart your career in the field. You will gain the knowledge to create robotic systems in simulation and have the opportunity to turn those projects into real-world platforms if you purchase an NVIDIA TX2.
The Robotics Software Engineer Nanodegree program provides an introduction to software and artificial intelligence as applied to robotics. The areas we focus on are perception, localization, path planning, deep learning, reinforcement learning, and control. These are taught using the Robot Operating System (ROS) framework. All of the techniques required to complete the projects in the Robotics Software Engineer Nanodegree program (including machine learning) are taught as part of the program.
The Machine Learning Engineer Nanodegree program is the most general of the three programs. It offers a great foundation, and is an excellent choice for anyone pursuing a career in a field where machine learning techniques are used. However, the curriculum is not as advanced or specialized as the other two programs.
The Self-Driving Car Engineer Nanodegree program focuses entirely on a specialized application of robotics—it uses robotics concepts and applies them to a self-driving car. If your primary interest is in the application of robotics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence to autonomous vehicles, then this is the program for you. However, if you want a broader and more comprehensive robotics curriculum, with an emphasis on software engineering, then the Robotics Software Engineer Nanodegree program is your best option.
Note: The Machine Learning Engineer program is not a prerequisite for either the Self-Driving Car or Robotics Software Engineer programs, but it may be beneficial to some students to complete this program first, depending on your existing knowledge and experience.
No. This Nanodegree program accepts all applicants regardless of experience and specific background.
To succeed in this Nanodegree program, you need to have significant experience with:
Background in the following is recommended but not required:
We have a number of Nanodegree programs and free courses that can help you prepare, including:
The program is comprised of two (2) terms of four (4) months with fixed start and end dates. Students must successfully complete all assigned projects by the end date for each term to graduate from the full Nanodegree program. There are either 4 or 5 projects per Term, which give you an opportunity to apply the skills you've learned.
To graduate, students must successfully complete the required projects, which give you the opportunity to apply and demonstrate new skills that you learn in the lessons. Each project will be reviewed by the Udacity reviewer network and platform. Feedback will be provided, and if you do not pass the project, you will be asked to resubmit the project until it passes.
Access to this Nanodegree program runs for the period noted in the Term length section above.
Please see the Udacity Nanodegree program FAQs found here for policies on enrollment in our programs.
Both our Self-Driving Car and Flying Car Nanodegree programs address specific areas of robotics and autonomous systems. If you want to continue your education either on the ground or in the air, take one of these exciting Nanodegree programs next!
For this Nanodegree program you will use the Robot Operating System (ROS) and Gazebo. You wl code primarily with Python in Term 1 and C++ in Term 2. These platforms and languages are freely available. There will also be various packages utilized, so an active internet connection is needed to download these. The projects are designed to run on a Linux operating system, which can be accommodated with the use of a virtual machine on other types of systems. Term 2 also features the use of a the new GPU-enabled Udacity Workspace within your browser for most of the projects and labs.
The core of this Nanodegree program focuses on robotics applications in software. You can master the skills, and complete every project, while focusing entirely on software, and working in simulation.
We are also excited that our collaboration with NVIDIA DLI makes it possible for eligible Term 2 students to receive an education discount that can be applied to the purchase of an NVIDIA Jetson TX2 Developer Kit! Eligible students are encouraged to take advantage of this special offer, as this embedded supercomputing platform will enable you to take classroom projects (and your own personal projects) out of simulation and bring them into real-world scenarios.
NVIDIA Jetson is the world's leading platform for “AI at the edge.” Its high-performance, low-power computing for deep learning and computer vision makes it the ideal platform for compute-intensive robotics projects.
For more information, see the NVIDIA Jetson Developer Zone.
Yes! As an enrolled student of the Robotics Software Engineer Nanodegree program, you are eligible to receive a special education discount that can be applied to the purchase of a Jetson TX2 Developer Kit.
The education discount varies by region. For most countries the discount is 50% off the retail price of the Jetson TX2 Developer Kit.
Upon successfully enrolling in Term 2 of the program, you'll receive an email with detailed instructions for buying the Jetson TX2 developer kit at the discounted price from the NVIDIA store, or the local distributor, depending on the country of residence.
*Students must meet eligibility requirements as defined by NVIDIA on their site to purchase the Jetson TX2 Developer Kit with the education discount.
NVIDIA will be supporting the Jetson TX2 hardware directly. You can find more information about support options here.
When you place your order, you should receive confirmation emails and contact information for the distributor who will be handling your order. Contact the distributor with your order number for any assistance needed.
You pay your full tuition fee before the start of each term.
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The program is comprised of 2 terms (4 months each) with fixed start and end dates. Students must successfully complete all assigned projects by the end date for each term to graduate. There are 4-5 projects per term, which give you an opportunity to apply the skills you've learned in the lessons. Each project must be submitted for review by one of the expert project reviewers in the Udacity Robotics network. Your reviewer will give you detailed feedback on your work and let you know where your project needs improvement if necessary. You may submit each project as many times as you like.
No, not currently. Students of this program are welcome to attend Connect sessions, but we will not provide curriculum support at the sessions, nor will there be session leads onsite who are equipped to provide specific program guidance and input.
No, this is not an option. The fixed-term nature of the program, and the need for maintaining a consistent and stable student body throughout, doesn't allow for offering the option to pause your studies.
The start and end dates of each term are fixed, and you must complete all assigned projects by the end dates, so to that extent, the answer is “no, it is not self-paced.” You must complete the program within a fixed time period. However, projects may be submitted at any time during the term, and individual project deadlines are recommendations, not requirements. So within the boundaries of a given term, there is some opportunity to work at your own pace. But you should plan to follow our recommended timeline, as this will best enable you to keep pace with your peers, and complete the program on time.
When we use the term "deadline" with regards to Nanodegree Program projects, we use it in one of two ways:
It is very important to understand the distinctions between the two, as your progress in the program is measured against the deadlines we've established. Please see below for an explanation of what each usage means.
In order to graduate a term, you must submit all projects by the last day of the term and pass all projects once they are reviewed by a Udacity Reviewer (the review may take place after the last day of the term). Passing a project means a Udacity Reviewer has marked a project as "Meets Specifications."
If you do not submit all projects by the end of the term, and also pass all projects once they are reviewed, you will receive a 4-week extension to complete any outstanding projects. You will only receive this extension a maximum of once. Once you submit and pass all projects, you can enroll in the next term, which will potentially be with a later class. If you do not submit and pass all projects within the 4-week extension, you will be removed from the program.
The deadlines you see in your classroom are suggestions for when you should ideally pass each project. They are meant to help keep you on track so that you maintain an appropriate pace throughout the program—one that will see you graduate on time!
Please note that you can submit your project as many times as you need to. There are no penalties if you miss these deadlines. However, you will be at risk of not passing all projects on time if you miss these deadlines, and fall behind, so it is a recommended best practice to try and meet each suggested deadline.