Teach robotics programming using the same equipment deployed in factories around the world. Complete, modular STEM Platforms are designed for education and training programs. Featuring standard industrial-grade components and comprehensive academic tools, STEM Robotics Platforms can be customized to fit curriculum and room layout.
Simulate a fully functional production environment with MotoSim, a comprehensive software package that provides accurate 3D simulation of robot cells. With MotoSim Touch, students can toggle between a virtual programming pendant or a hardware pendant.
Web-based LMS provides best-in-class STEM robotics education. This comprehensive STEM-aligned curriculum will provide your students with the academic core standards and 21st century skills required for careers in advanced manufacturing.
Yaskawa Academy offers three certification programs:
Sinclair and Motoman sign workforce development partnership
Yaskawa Motoman Education Consortium (YMEC) is a partnership among the
best-in-class providers of, not only the robot, but peripherals, vision systems, enclosures, etc.
The Yaskawa Motoman MHJF STEM Robotics Package is designed for secondary education programs focused on manufacturing and robotics. The standard configurations and available options provide a package of leading technologies typically encountered in advanced manufacturing environments.
Learn to operate and program Motoman robots in the virtual world with this PC-based robot simulator. Can also provide on-demand refresher training.
Provides community colleges, vocational schools and technical colleges with the best possible equipment for teaching industrial robotics.
The MERIT Program was developed specifically for educational institutions who have a vision of becoming a Yaskawa Motoman satellite training facility. It is designed to bring the same quality of training, as delivered by the Motoman Technical Education Center (MTEC), closer to our installed base.
MTEC occupies 13,400 sq ft with 56 robots totally dedicated to training. All training is delivered by dedicated and certified instructors. Over 75 different training courses are offered for a wide range of Motoman® controllers including DX, NX and the newest YRC1000. Training classes for each controller type include: Operators, Basic Programming, Advanced Programming, Ladder Logic and Maintenance.
All of our training courses and programs undergo a rigorous evaluation procedure and process which adheres to the American National Standards Institute/ International Association of Continuing Education and Training (ANSI/IACET 1-2007 Standard).
The college undergraduate. The MERIT Program provides the ability to develop a new program with the focus on robotics, or to expand an existing one. Topics can be customized with any set of objectives in mind.
"The MVCTC RAMTEC facility will be a game-changer. STEM is the future of workforce development in advanced manufacturing, and having an effective program will allow the city, region, state and nation to compete on a global stage. We are proud to partner with Yaskawa Motoman as we work to close the skills gap for high school and adult students and raise the potential for economic advancement in the entire Miami Valley Region.”
Miami Valley Career Tech Center
Students use the Yaskawa Motoman products virtually every day in our electricity and industrial mechanics programs, and we are looking to add a welding simulator as well. Our objective is to prepare students for college, or to gain positions in their desired careers, and Yaskawa Motoman has made them more marketable.”
Career Technical Advisor
Vantage Career Center
Yaskawa Motoman was very supportive in helping me design the best system for my needs and goals. We use the equipment at the undergraduate and graduate levels for research and projects. It’s a great learning platform for students–they love working with the robot and its software, and some have gone on to jobs with robots and automation thanks to the experience they gained with Yaskawa Motoman products.”
Associate Dean, College of Engineering
Florida Institute of Technology
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The enthusiasm for automation and STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) related fields continues to grow, bringing optimism to the future of the robotics industry. Regional events like TechFest in southwest Ohio and grassroots activities during National Robotics Week have contributed a new level of excitement to audiences of all ages about the cultural impact robotics will continue to have on society.