Tryst-2017 IIT Delhi

Basic Robotics Workshop

 

Eager to learn Basic Robotics just in 1 Day!!!

We have come with Workshop based on Basic Robotics.

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  • Basic Robotics workshop
  • Basic Robotics training

Course Description

OVERVIEW

Robot: An electromechanical device which is capable of reacting in some way to its environment, and take autonomous decisions or actions in order to achieve a specific task.
This means that a toaster, a lamp, or a car would not be considered as robots since they have no way of perceiving their environment. On the other hand, a vacuum cleaner that can navigate around a room, or a solar panel that seeks the sun, can be considered as a robotic system.

The duration of this workshop will be 1 day, with Ten hours session , properly divided into theory and hand on practical sessions.Certificate of participation will be provided by RoboTryst 2017 in association with Tryst IIT Delhi.


Best Suited for : All B.Tech/B.E./BCA/BSc Students

Day 1 (Session 1)

Introduction to basic electronics
  • Resistor
  • Transistor
  • Switch
  • Pushbuttons
  • LED
  • Motors
  • Basics of operation of the electronics components
  • Basics of Circuit Connection
  • Basics of Robotics

Day 1 (Session 2)

Introduction to Sensors
  • Understanding How a sensor works
  • Connecting a sensor to the Circuit and getting the Output
  • Detecting the Sensor's Output
Introduction to Motor Driver
  • Introduction to H-Bridge
  • Connection of Motors to the Motor Driver
  • Connection of Sensors to Motor Driver as Inputs

Day 1 (Session 3)

Assembling the E-BOT MINI v2.0
Configuring the E-Bot as Black Line Follower
Configuring the E-Bot as White Line Follower

Project to be Covered

  • Sensor Interfacing
  • Line Follower

Photo Gallery

Video Gallery

Basic Robotics Basic Robotics

Overview

OVERVIEW

Robot: An electromechanical device which is capable of reacting in some way to its environment, and take autonomous decisions or actions in order to achieve a specific task.
This means that a toaster, a lamp, or a car would not be considered as robots since they have no way of perceiving their environment. On the other hand, a vacuum cleaner that can navigate around a room, or a solar panel that seeks the sun, can be considered as a robotic system

The duration of this workshop will be two consecutive days, with eight hours session each day in a total of sixteen hours, properly divided into theory and hand on practical sessions.

Course

Day 1 (Session 1)

Introduction to basic electronics
  • Resistor
  • Transistor
  • Switch
  • Pushbuttons
  • LED
  • Motors
  • Basics of operation of the electronics components
  • Basics of Circuit Connection
  • Basics of Robotics

Day 1 (Session 2)

Introduction to Sensors
  • Understanding How a sensor works
  • Connecting a sensor to the Circuit and getting the Output
  • Detecting the Sensor's Output
Introduction to Motor Driver
  • Introduction to H-Bridge
  • Connection of Motors to the Motor Driver
  • Connection of Sensors to Motor Driver as Inputs

Day 1 (Session 3)

Assembling the E-BOT MINI v2.0
Configuring the E-Bot as Black Line Follower
Configuring the E-Bot as White Line Follower

Project

Project to be Covered

  • Sensor Interfacing
  • Line Follower

Kit

Basic Robotics Basic Robotics

Video Gallery

Video Gallery

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