Learn the basic concepts of Robotics, by building and testing increasingly more complex mobile robots on your own, using ER – Series Robotics Pro Kit and AMS Studio
We go through a lot of difficult tasks every day! Wouldn’t it be nice if we had someone or something to do those for us? Of course we ain’t no Aladdin to summon a Genie! But we can be engineers to design Robots!
Learn how to design, construct and make use of machines that can help and assist humans. This course is an overview of robotic and automated systems technology.
The aim of this course is to make students understand the basic concepts of design, functions and applications of various types of Robots. They also study about sensors and their control systems that are exclusively used in Robots. They learn about kinematic analysis related to Robots and design complex ‘Robot Applications’ using block programming.
This course focuses on fostering a culture and environment of innovation for our young engineers. We aid that by helping the students participate in India’s Biggest Science and Technology competition called ‘International Robotronics Competition (IRC)’.
After the completion of this course, students would be introduced to every aspect of the world of Robotics. The course would serve as a nice ice-breaker into the field of Robotics. After the completion of this course, students would get a clarity on how Robots are designed and their complete operation.
This is a programming-based course that uses a hands-on approach to introduce the basic concepts of Robotics, focusing on the construction and coding of autonomous mobile robots. Course information will be tied to several modules; Students will work on their own to build and test increasingly more complex mobile robots, culminating everything they have learnt in the course in a capstone project at the end of the last module. We will be using ER – Series Robotics Pro Kit and AMS Studio as our platform.
Module 1 – Introduction to Robotics
Module 2 – Building High Torque Crane
Module 3 – Interfacing IR Sensor
Module 4 – Line Follower Robot
Module 5 – Interfacing Ultrasonic Sensor
Module 6 – Table Top Robot
Module 7 – Interfacing Colour Sensor
Module 8 – Touch & Sound Sensor
Module 9 – Maze Solver Robot
Module 10 – Capstone Project
Synchronous Learning – 9 hours
Asynchronous Learning – 12 hours
Learning Integration – 8 hours
Activity – 8 hours
Research – 6 hours
Total hours of Learning – 43 hours
Course duration – 21 Days
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