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7/25/2018

Robotics Is at the "KORE" of STEM Education

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From the IMTS Technology e-Newsletter (Sponsored)

The Kuka Official Robot Education (KORE) program presents high schools, technical centers, community colleges and universities with the support and opportunity to incorporate certificate-based robot education on Kuka products. The Kuka KORE package supports the increased education programs incorporating robotic based training into their existing STEM, advanced manufacturing and mechatronics programs.

With the Kuka KORE package, students have the opportunity to learn and perform basic robot programming and operation skills on exercise hardware that is similar to the on-site classes taught in Shelby Township, Michigan, at the Kuka College. And through the KORE program, students learn fundamental robotic basics on the same robots and control technology that is utilized in a variety of industries.

Kuka Robotics will showcase the KORE Cart with the KR Agilus KR 6 R700 in the Student Summit. The portable training cart that will be on display is specifically designed for the education market. The cart features collapsible walls for portability through standard door frames, safety features, mounting hardware, the KORE course exercise and lab equipment, and KORE course curriculum.

For more information on the KORE program, download the brochure: http://www.kukaconnect.com/kuka-kore/

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