Robotics & AI Learning Library
Learn new skills and get certified in AI & Robotics
Have you always been curious about Robots? Get introduced to the world of Robotics through our exploratory free courses. Discover how humans launched Wheeled Robots on the planet Mars, learn more about 3D printing and get insights on how humanoid robots will shape our future society.
Wheeled Robot Courses
Join our Wheeled Robot Courses and become a Robotics expert. Inspired by the Mars Rover robot, you will learn through these courses, how to remotely control your own robot, avoid obstacles, control a robotic arm, and detect and collect samples.
Python is the most popular programming language for AI and Robotics. Thanks to our dedicated Python courses, you will be able to give clear instructions to your Robot and navigate seamlessly through the amazing world of Robotics and AI.
Artificial Intelligence Courses
Obtain fundamental AI Skills including Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Neural Networks, and learn how to apply them to build your own AI solutions based on real world problems in the world of robotics.
IoT & Sensor Courses
Take the Sensors and IoT course series to explore the world of interconnected sensors and devices, including basic smart systems such as Infrared Sensors and Temperature Sensors, advanced practical applications of sensor systems, and IoT for smart homes and other robotics projects.
Humanoid Robot Courses
Humanoid robots are revolutionizing our society with a multitude of applications being developed. Supported by Artificial Intelligence, they will make interactions between humans and robots even more fruitful, presenting a lot of opportunities for robotics engineers able to create and control them. Learn how to build them on Robociti!
Innovation & Design Courses
From 3D printing for rapid prototyping to learning about advanced hardware design, join our beginner to advanced level courses to gain basic to more specialized skills for designing innovative robots and other products, connecting thoery and practice, and start thinking and working as a robotics hardware engineer.