AICRA Certified Technology Professional (ACTP)

The Professional level is an advanced level of certification that shows more expertise with Robotics and Automation skills. Each certification covers a different technology to meet the needs of varying job roles. The ACTP certification and training program offers comprehensive certification and Professional - level skills focused on the Automation Solutions, technologies and best practices to implement and manage a automation project.

ACTP certified professionals are highly qualified for senior roles chartered with enabling plants automation initiatives. It also recognizes the expertise and technical acumen of wireless professional who can assess and implement automation requirement in industry.

Professional Certification

Robotics Literacy Programs (RLP)

Prerequisite

Degree Level Valid ACTP certification or B.Tech can act as a prerequisite.
Degree Fields Engineering in Electronics & Communication
Experience Varies at least 1-2 years

Prepare For & Take The AICRA ACTP Exam

Exam preparation can be accomplished through self-study with textbooks and practice exams, on-site classroom programs, online courses or concentrated boot camps offered through many venues, including AICRA authorized learning partners.

Many colleges offer programs designed to prepare students for the ACTP examination. These programs cover topics like Advance Robotics using various technologies, along with the terminology and skills needed to pass the examination and achieve ACTP certification.

AICRA certification exams may be taken at authorized test centers only. Candidates can register online up to six weeks in advance. Most exams can be completed in two hours. Passing grades are based on current test scores, so the required minimum may vary from test to test. Retaking the AICRA certification exam, passing a ACTP exam or completing a more advanced certification level may achieve recertification.

Serial Communication Protocols

  • USART
  • SPI
  • I2C
  • CAN
  • Configuration & Management of Networked Embedded Devices
  • Networked Control Systems for Manufacturing
  • Wireless LAN technology
  • Essential concepts for logic/FSM and Algorithm implementation using automated design flows
  • Logic/FSM Synthesis concepts and design flow
  • HDL coding styles for efficiency
  • Simulation
  • Timing
  • Clock domain crossing and power and congestion conscious
  • Technology and Optimisation Constraints and interface to foundry and back end physical synthesis flow
  • Static Timing Analysis
  • High Level Synthesis concepts and design flow
  • Scheduling
  • Allocation
  • Binding
  • Storage
  • Interconnect and Controller Synthesis
  • Files
  • Pre-processor
  • Predefined macros
  • Modular programming
  • Advance use of pointer
  • C function and environment
  • library function & global variable

Technologies for Wireless Sensor Networks -

  • Single sink Single Node Architectures & multi sink multi node architecture
  • Hardware Components
  • Energy Consumption of Sensor Nodes
  • Issues in Designing a Multicast Routing Protocol
  • Sensor Network Architecture Data Dissemination
  • Ad-Hoc Wireless Internet