UOT Organized Industrial Visit to R-CAT for Understanding Robotics & AI/ ML

March 26, 2024

University of Technology located in the bustling city of Jaipur organized an educational visit to the Rajasthan Centre of Advanced Technology (R-CAT) on the 13th and 14th of March 2024. The purpose was to let the students understand how innovations and cutting-edge advanced technologies are shaping the tech industry.

R-CAT, an innovative and advanced technological centre established by the Government of Rajasthan is committed to enhancing competency, employability, and mobility for individuals associated with diverse fields like science, engineering, and technology.

This was a good opportunity for the students to immerse themselves and gain understanding about different platforms including Robotics, Artificial Intelligence (AI) as well as Machine Learning (ML). This allowed the students to gain valuable insights on the practical application of various technologies in real world scenarios.

This unique and interesting technological expedition was led by the R-CAT trainers who demonstrated the students the minutest aspects of Robotics, helping them witness how automation with robotics is bringing revolution in various sectors.

The visit was an exceptional opportunity for the students to gain knowledge apart from the textbooks and get a glimpse of how different industries are thriving of innovative technologies. This initiative was a great way to bridge the gap between theory and practical application of advanced technologies.

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