Automated systems have improved safety and efficiency in transportation, agriculture, mining, earth /space exploration, weaponry, surgery, laboratory research, and the mass production of consumer and industrial goods. With the constant influx of new technology, industry depends on specialized technicians to keep robotic systems effective and running.
To prepare you for employment in this high-tech world, Lake Area has invested in a new Robotics lab and the latest equipment. You can expect active, hands-on learning, as well as plenty of close interaction with live industry.
Just six months after graduation, Electronics/Robotics grads are averaging $25.56 an hour! Read more in our latest placement report.
Can Robots Create Jobs Here?
Broadcast: Midmorning, 12/16/2011, 10:06 a.m.
Featuring guest Andrew Borene (Director of ReconRobotics, Inc.) who says the upper Midwest could add more than 10,000 high-paying jobs within the robotics industry.