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Our Robotics and Intelligent Systems specialisation delves deeply into the fields of robotics and intelligent systems and will provide you with a deep insight into how these systems are built and operated, and their societal impact.

It will provide you with opportunities to explore the areas of control, mechatronic systems development, programming, digital systems as well as computer vision, robotics, machine learning, sensors and intelligent systems.

You will also get hands-on experiences developing robotic and intelligent systems that complement the technical skills learnt.

Graduate opportunities

As a graduate of the Robotics and Intelligent Systems specialisation, you will be able to design and maintain machinery with electronic and computer control systems, such as aircraft, robots, motor vehicles, cameras, power generators and mining and chemical plant machinery.

Your career options may include pursuing a career as a developer in advanced technologies such as unmanned vehicles, automation, computer vision and advanced AI software development.

Career pathways
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