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KUKA Official Robotics Education Program Debuts at ACTE CareerTech VISION 2014

KUKA Robotics to debuts KORE, the KUKA Official Robotics Education program at ACTE CareerTech VISION 2014.

The KORE program presents high schools, vocational schools, community colleges and universities the opportunity to offer Certificate based robot education on official KUKA products. Through the KORE program, students will learn fundamental robot basics on the same robots and control technology that is utilized in a variety of industries. (Photo: Business Wire)

The KORE program presents high schools, vocational schools, community colleges and universities the opportunity to offer Certificate based robot education on official KUKA products. Students will learn basic robot programming and operation skills on exercise hardware that is similar to the onsite classes taught in Shelby Township, MI at the KUKA College. Through the KORE program, students will learn fundamental robot basics on the same robots and control technology that is utilized in a variety of industries.

The introduction of the KORE program supports the increase in education curriculum incorporating robotic based training. The KUKA KORE program adds robotic learning to Career Technical Education programs, offers curriculum and project-centered activities to prepare students when working with real world industrial robots, joins innovative robotic curriculum certification with career cluster credentials and supporting community workforce retaining initiatives.

“We developed the KUKA KORE program to allow the education community to offer stimulating education and training on KUKA products; in providing the KORE program we can help cultivate the next generation of robotic engineers and technologists.” James Cooper, Vice President of Sales, KUKA Robotics

As part of the introduction the KORE Package will be on demonstration in booth #808. The KORE Cart will showcase the KR AGILUS KR 6 R700 sixx in the portable KORE training carts, designed specifically for the education market. The KORE training cart features collapsible walls allowing for portability through standard door frames, safety features, mounting hardware, and KORE course exercise and lab equipment, and KORE course curriculum.

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