About this workshop:
Sensor Guided Robotics (commonly known as autonomous robotics) comprises of robots which function depending on inputs from sensors and are controlled with the help of microcontrollers. The workshop helps participants understand the use of sensors, microcontrollers, programming and mechanical design of autonomous robots.
- Introduction to Microcontroller
What is Microcontroller?
Difference between Microcontroller and Microprocessor
Microcontroller Architecture and Interfacing
How can we use Microcontroller in our Own Circuits?
- Basics of Robotics
Brief history to Robotics
Fundamentals of Robot Locomotion
Fundamentals of Drive Systems
- Getting started
Open source vs proprietary hardware
Meet the Arduino family
Exploring the Arduino
Working with Arduino platform
- Circuit Rig-up
Experimenting with sensing and actuation
Sensors & types
- Infrared obstacle Sensor – deep into
- IR as trip wire
- Ultrasonic sensor – deep into
- Ultrasonic buzz and range finder
- Light dependant resistor
- Controlling the Motor
- DC motor
- Transistor as motor driver
- Fundamentals of H-bridge motor driver
- Pulse width modulation – PWM
- Wrap it up and piling
Let’s make robot – Hands on
- Line follower robot
- Obstacle avoiding robot
- Phototropic robot
- Advanced obstacle detection robot
Some applications and much more
- Arduino microcontroller board + IDE + USB cable
- Robot building kit
- Line sensor module
- IR proximity sensor
- Two 9v battery
- Two geared Dc motor
- H-bridge motor driver
- And miscellaneous
Hardware kit will be collected back. Those who prefer to have takeaway learning kit need to register for it.
Considering the interest of students the charges are designed to be more flexible and affordable. Each student will be charged Rs. 1200 as training fee including various reference and guidance.
Student need to carry their own laptops and pen drive.
Certification and Ahead:
On completion of the course, certificates will be provided to all students with various prizes based on performance during entire period.
We are also willing to tag in promising talents from student community as interns in our forthcoming projects.