Tutorial and complete training?

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vick217
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Tutorial and complete training?

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Do you offer a complete training on V-REP?
I think the tutorials are not enough take advantage of all the potential of V-REP, and the help is too general, one has to modify each parameter until if find the solution is looking for, instead of a procedure to set commands and/or simulations

Kind regards

coppelia
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Re: Tutorial and complete training?

Post by coppelia »

Hello,

Yes, we also offer V-REP training as a paying service.

Cheers

vick217
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Re: Tutorial and complete training?

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I would like to know the prices, the course structure, and how is implemented (online or physical, I am in Sheffield, UK).

Kind regards,
Victor

coppelia
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Re: Tutorial and complete training?

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Hello Victor,

You can contact us directly for the details.

Cheers

vick217
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Re: Tutorial and complete training?

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Dear administrator

I have try to send a message but everytime the webpage collapses, I think there might be a bug in there.
could you send me the email to send my question directly?

Kind regards,
Victor

ssj
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Re: Tutorial and complete training?

Post by ssj »

I also want to ask about training for using vrep. I tried to explore page u mentioned above for direct contact but it didnt work. moreover, can you please guide me the difference between vrep edu and vrep pro in term of features?

coppelia
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Re: Tutorial and complete training?

Post by coppelia »

For training, please contact use via the website.
There is no functional difference between the PRO and the PRO EDU version. Just the audience is different: V-REP PRO EDU is just meant for EDU-entities, and non-commercial applications.

Cheers

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