Robotics Software Engineer
Skills Covered: C++, ROS, Localization, Mapping, SLAM, Navigation, Path Planning, Robot Operating System, Robotics, Gazebo
ABOUT THIS NANODEGREE
The Robotics Software Engineer course is a great chance to join the generation of Robotics Engineers who improve our world and empower mobility.
Throughout the program, you will learn core robotics skills you may need later on in mapping, localization, navigation, path planning projects. You will discover the Gazebo world – you will get familiarized with robot simulation that is a key tool in every Robotics Software Engineer’s toolbox. You will test algorithms, design robots, and train AI systems. During the course, you will build five practical projects to acquire core robotics software engineering skills.
The course takes around 4 months to complete. In order to increase your chances to succeed, you should have advanced knowledge in any object-oriented programming language. Experience with calculus, probability, and linear algebra is also required. Basic Linux command lines will definitely help, too.
According to Glassdoor, the average base salary for a robotics software engineer in the U.S. is $103k!