Autonomous Robots: Kalman Filter
What you'll learn
- Proficiency with Kalman Filters.
- General understanding of the whole robotic software stack.
- Solve real world problems that self-driving cars or autonomous cars face.
- A background interest in software or robotics is encouraged but not required.
Autonomous Robots Are The Future. Learn to Program Them With My Fast, Easy to Understand Course!
For lovers of cars, technology and robotics alike, my online course can teach you how to write the software needed to make a self-driving car work.
Regardless of your experience in coding, by the end of this course you will not only be proficient with Kalman Filters, but you’ll have an understanding of how robotics software works and how to write code in Python.
My goal with every course I make is to meet you where you’re at. You can be completely new to robotics, never having coded a thing in your life, and in only two hours you’ll have the knowledge needed to write a code that is ready to be tested in my custom simulator.
If you are already a coding expert, this in-depth look at how Kalman Filters function will help you diversify your robotics arsenal and level up your confidence in working with autonomous robots.
But this course isn’t just about accumulating knowledge. What sets this apart from other online robotics programs is that I make the process fun. You get to see what the real-life results of your code would look like with a simulated self-driving car. Robotics can (and should) be a field full of exploration, experimentation, fun, and getting your hands dirty. With my courses, I make that a priority, even in an online setting.
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Check out the course to see how you can level up your skills today.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone who is interested in robotics, self-driving cars, or autonomous vehicles in general.
I have a masters degree in Mechanical Engineering which I earned for my research in control system design for automotive applications.
My first job out of school I was responsible for designing motion controllers and stabilization systems for military tank turrets.
I previously wrote robotic software for a startup based out of Toronto Canada.
I currently write software for autonomous vehicles in California.