Smart Home Concepts, Devices and Design

The concept of smart homes has been around since the 1950s when people began dreaming of a residence that was not only a sanctuary, but made their lives easier, more convenient and more efficient. Several iterations have occurred through the decades involving consolidating systems, remote control, timers and more. Smart Homes became reality when automation and the internet of things entered the scene. This resource is for general knowledge regarding DIY setup of a personal residence as a smart home,...

Bullex Fire Extinguisher Simulator

Fires can happen anytime, anywhere, without warning. The National Fire Protection Association, or NFPA, reports that there are more than 1.3 million reported fires in the United States every year. If you encounter a fire at home or on the job, a portable fire extinguisher can help you to protect yourself and possibly stop the fire in its tracks. Autry offers training that will introduce employees to portable fire extinguishers, how they work and when to use them.

Shear Safety

Learn about shear safety and meet Autry welding technology instructor, Ryland Stonehocker. This video is part of the required safety curriculum for the full-time welding program at Autry Technology Center. Click to learn more about the full-time welding program, short term courses, and/or manufacturing and trades offerings at Autry.

Explore programs within Manufacturing and Trades

Autry offers two full time programs in Manufacturing and Trades as well as many industrial training options within short term courses. Robotics and Electronic Automation Robotics and electronic automation have become vital to the success of global business. Technicians install, troubleshoot, maintain and repair automated equipment controlled by electronic and computer systems used in a variety of applications. High School students will build four and six wheel ground drones as well as quadcopter aerial drones. Adult students will install, calibrate and troubleshoot...

Intro to Cobots

Cobots now serve as colleagues to many workers. Humans are able to get out of “3D jobs” – jobs that are dangerous, dirty, or dull. People can now focus on more financially and mentally-rewarding tasks. No prior programming experience required! Collaborative robots are capable of cranking up production levels, but they also are able to add value to existing jobs. Humans can once again find passion and amass knowledge about what they produce!      

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