The Construct has launched its first Robot Operating System Navigation course.
Beginning on February 13, the one-week training course includes direct, individualised guidance from experienced tutors.
The course can be undertaken online, through the web, or in Barcelona – if you’re lucky enough to live in Barcelona.
The Construct also said it has now opened enrolment to its ROS in a Single Week course, aimed at starters.
The company says the course is “entirely practical ROS training”, which integrates theory and practice. Participants learn by programming different simulated robots and full integrated development environment.
That course, too, can be done online or in person, if you fly over to Barcelona, Spain.
No matter how bizarre we think things are, there’s always something even more bizarre than we imagined.
In the latest challenge to our sanity, The Construct is organising what it says is a “humanoid sumo contest”. Yes, that’s what they said. Sumo, as in Japanese wrestling. With virtual humanoid robots. Within The Construct’s specially-created online environment.
As much as we admire The Construct’s technical achievements, we’re not sure if this apparently absurd idea is the right way to go about marketing what is actually a highly professional and capable cloud-based application for developing robots.