” The consumer robotic market is expected to reach a total market size of $14.9 billion from 2023 – that’s a lot of opportunity. “
Our workspaces, our homes, our hospitals and our transport systems: already, robotics is beginning to have a huge influence on how we live, and it’s only going to grow bigger and bigger. From surgery to aeronautics, automotives to agriculture, the future will be transformed by the power of robots.
But what role can you play, and how do you get started? We’ve collected a list of the best options for beginning your journey into robotics, based on your age and interests. Read more below.
Before Fire Tech
Vivi's only experience with a robot was watching a YouTube video at school. She thought a tech camp would be "theory based and pretty bland."
After Fire Tech
Now that Vivi has engineered robots to self-park and follow her commands, she's dreaming of bigger things. Vivi wants to program robots that will support blind people in their everyday lives.
Robotics Solution Architect
Machine Learning Engineer
Intelligent Systems Engineer
Technical Design Engineer
Robotics Research Software Engineer
Software and Control Systems Engineer
Josh (on the right) is a Mechanical Engineering graduate from Imperial College London. His passion is using technology to solve real-world problems, co-founding a start-up to do just that. But he still makes time to teach Fire Tech's robotics courses because he loves inspiring the next generation of mechanical engineers!View Robotics Courses