This robotics introduction teaches the basics of the robot world, offering robot information covering everything from artificial intelligence to robot mechanics and robots in industries such as car manufacturing and the military.
What does the word ‘robotics’ mean? - The science or study of the technology associated with the design, fabrication, theory, and application of robots.
What about ‘robot’? - Robots are any machine that does work on its own, automatically.
The ability of a computer or other machine to perform those activities that are normally thought to require intelligence. It is also referred to as the branch of computer science concerned with the development of machines having this ability.
Some questions to think about:
Will robots ever really be able to think for themselves?
Will computers ever be smarter than humans? Are they already?
Will robots ever pose a threat to humans?
As well as programming robots to be as intelligent as possible, scientists also work hard on building robot that can perform a number of complex movements as well as utilizing a variety of sensors.
Important things to think about:
Purpose - What is the robot being built to do?
Materials - What will be used to build the robot? (Plastic, metal etc)
Center of gravity
Sensory inputs - Vision, Hearing, Touch, Smell, Taste.
Robots are ideal for doing precise, repetitive or dangerous tasks. Around 90% of robots are used in factories with half of these being used in the automobile industry.
Robots and robotic arms are frequently used for:
Military - Bomb disposal, weapons, army surveillance
Medical - Surgery, X-Rays, life support
Space - Shuttles, International Space Station, mars rovers
Robots are enhancing productivity, safety, and efficiency across whole industries—from manufacturing and healthcare to agriculture, construction, and transportation. In the process, we are being freed to pursue more creative, ambitious, and intellectual achievements. Incredible new opportunities are emerging, but they require specialized skills. This program will teach you exactly what you need to know to join the new generation of engineers who are changing our world for the better by leveraging the power of robotics to extend our capabilities in innovative and beneficial new ways.
Training by Industry Experts
Training As per Industry Requirement Advanced Courses
100 % Practical Approach
Interactive workshop Attention to each student
Exposure to live environment
Why should it be taught in schools?
There is considerable anecdotal evidence that students respond well in subjects involving programming of robots.
Robots lend themselves to do-it-yourself activities. For example, a colleague builds robots using a 3D printer and uses his smart phone as an interactive device to communicate with the printed robot.
Here are five reasons to teach robotics in schools:
1. Children find it fun
There are several competitions for a range of age groups that can channel competitive instincts in a positive way. For example, asking children to build a robot and then running a race to see which robot goes fastest works well. In my experience, the two most engaging ways of introducing IT in the curriculum are robotics and computer game design.
2. Effective way of introducing programming to students
Programming can be too abstract. By having to control a physical robot and seeing what goes wrong, students learn what robots can and can’t do. They also learn the need for precise instructions. Robotics helps address the growing demand for teaching science, technology, engineering and maths in schools. As well as exemplifying technology directly by programming the robot, students also learn about science, engineering and maths and get an understanding of how these subjects link together.
3. Provides skills useful in future employment
There’s no doubt that there will be a need for people to be involved in programming mechanical devices in the foreseeable future. The drone industry has taken off. According to The Economist, more than 15,000 drones are being sold in the US each month. By programming robots, students can discover if they have aptitude and interest in a job market of the future.
4. Suitable for children with a range of abilities
There is [considerable evidence] that robots are particularly suitable for engaging with children on the autism spectrum. Children on the spectrum respond to the calm, clear, consistent interactions that robots can provide. ASK NAO is a suite of games that have been developed for the NAO robots to teach autistic children. Milo is a robot developed by US startup Robokind to help autistic children. Repetition, predictability and clear emotions work well.
5. Demystifies a complex technology
Many stories in the media concern robots – one of the most recent focused on a report urging the United Nations to ban drones and “killer robots”. Another report by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia warned that robots could replace 40% of Australian jobs by 2025 - which equates to around 5 million jobs over the next two decades. Understanding what machines can and can’t do is the best way to address fears. Experience in trying to build and program robots gives appreciation of their capabilities and strengths. Personally, I am looking forward to more robotic help in the future.
5th standard to 12th standard, Diploma, BCA, MCA, B.E, B.tech , M.tech students of schools , colleges & coaching students are our target audience. When we talk about age group then 11+ age group can join this workshop program .
Introduction to Robotics
Basics of Robot Electronics:
Basic Electronic Components(Resistor, Capacitor, Diode, Transistor)
Difference between Electrical and Electronics
Robot Locomotion System and Anatomy(Actuators, Types of Actuators, Driving Mechanism, Speed Control)
Motors and Controlling Circuit
Introduction to Motor
Different Types of Motor
Difference between DC motor and DC geared motor
Use of Motors in Robotics
Motors and Controlling Circuit
Interfacing of Motors
Intoduction to Transducer
What is a Sensor
Different Types of Sensor
Use of Sensor in Robotics
Working of Sensor
Interfacing of Sensors
Working of IR Sensor
Working of Sound Sensor
Detailed Wireless Technology
What is Wireless Technology
Advantages of using Wireless Technology
Uses of Wireless Technology
Working of Rx and Tx
Introduction to Encoder(HT12E) and Decoder(HT12D) IC
Introduction to Serial and Parallel Data
Difference between Serial and Parallel Data
Introduction to Encoder and Decoder IC
Introduction to Data Transmission using Infrared
Real-Time Working Project
Discussion on Different Algorithms
Line Following Robot Algorithms
Wall Following Robot Algorithm
Sound Operated Robot Algorithm
Light Searching Robot Algorithm
After the hand on theory and practical experience from the workshop, Zonal Round Competition will be conducted for the participants.
On behalf of Edubloc and Efficient Brainy Certificate of Merit will be provided to all Zonal Round Winners and Certificate of Participation will be provided to all the Zonal Round Participants (Excluding Merit Participants).
Duration : 2 days
Hours : 8 hrs. per day
Timing : 9 - 1 pm & 2-5 pm
Lunch Break : 1- 2 pm
Note : Timing of the class will be decided after proper discussion with administration too.
Lunch for the trainer will be arranged by institute.
Min 50 - 100
Max 200 - 250
Make sure classroom has the capacity to accommodate these no. of students
Robotics can develop problem solving skills
Robotics teaches essential decision making
Exposed to coding and programming
Robotics can be a launching pad for students to realize their passions.
A strong robotics curriculum can create leaders.
Robotics can teach students how to communicate across different technology platforms.
Robotics can lead to community involvement.
Robotics teaches essential teamwork skills.
It’s the future
|Workshops we do||Duration||Workshop Fee|
|School Robotics||2 Days (8 hours per day)||2000/- Per Head|
We have Professionals Team with highly qualified Technical Trained, Experienced Trainers with more than 60+ Team qualified with qualification like B.E, B.Tech and M.Tech. Below is one such example profile
Hold B.tech Degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Punjab Technical University, Successfully delivered Over 150 Workshops delivered In PAN India as trainer.
|AVR(Atmega8/Atmega16) microcontroller||AVR studio4|
|Quad copter Naza board||Naza DLI LITE|
|Ethical hacking||Back track, xammp|
|Matlab (Image Processing)||Matlab 2002, 2007, 2008, 2010.|
Line Follower ,Wall Follower , Edge Avoider by using IR Sensor with AVR Microcontroller (ATmega8,16)
Major Project Remote Rocket Launcher.
LED pattern with AVR Microcontroller.
Actuators (dc gear motor, stepper motor, servo motor, and brushless motor) operate by AVR Microcontroller.
Light searching robot, Photophobic, Phototropic robot using light sensor.
Distance Calculating robot, Obstacle avoider using ultrasonic sensor.
Serial communication using TTL and x-bee.
Four leg walker using servo motor.
Phone operated robot using DTMF.
Robot move and stop using sound sensor.
Self balancing robot using accelerometer.
Image processing using Matlab.
Microcontroller development board with the following features: (1)
Built with popular Atmel’s AVR Microcontroller with on-board USB programming feature
On-board LCD interface option
On-board Motor Driver for connecting 2 DC motors or 1 Stepper motor
On-board regulated power supply for microcontroller & separate power supply for motor driver
Exposed I/O pins for ADC and sensors with 5V/1A power supply
One tact switch is for external input and one tact switch is for reset
Four test LEDs for status and debugging purpose & two supply indicator LEDs
Digital optical sensors with sensor cables (2)
DTMF/mobile phone controlled module with 3.5mm audio connector (1)
Sound sensor (1)
USB cable (1)
Geared DC motors with wheels (2)
Robotic vehicle chassis assembling parts (1set)
9v Battery with battery snapper (2)
Screw driver with nut-bolt pouch (1)
CD containing study materials, sample code, software etc (1)
Edubloc and Efficient Brainy provides training to the students in the advance fields which require ample peer to peer rapport from the students. A good healthy environment will enhance understanding of the subject. So for the class room and Lab, here are some requirements from our side in the benefit of students. Because both Edubloc and Efficient Brainy and college administration share the same goal- “providing the best input to the students”
Seminar Room/Class Room equipped with the LCD Projector.
Microphone and Speaker.
Computer Lab of 05 Nodes. ( Actual figure depends on No. of Students and the fields selected).
Boarding and Lodging for SaltyART Designs Experts.
Timing of the class will be decided after proper discussion with College Administration.
Separate Industrial Training Certificates and Project certificate to all Participants.
Trophy & Certificates of honor to best trainee.
Competitions will be held to spot out budding talents during the training and will be awarded.
Online certificate verification for authentication.
Career guidance will be provided during the program on and life in Engineering industry - an answer of Engineering students most generalized dilemma, what to do after B.Tech .
Industrial exposure of Industry.
SaltyART Designs will provide post training assistance to the students for Final year projects
The terms and condition are described here for the training program, so that there should be transparency between Edubloc and Efficient Brainy and the administration.
Edubloc and Efficient Brainy will send Experts for the training in the institute.
A channel partner will be there from our side who will deal in all the matters with the college/institute administration on behalf of Edubloc and Efficient Brainy. All the communication between Edubloc and Efficient Brainy and the College would be facilitated by the Channel partner.
Total No of Experts can vary depending on the no. of students.
Training Kits will also be provided to the students.
During the training a project would be undertaken that would be completed by the students.
After completion of the training program certificates will be awarded by Edubloc and Efficient Brainy.
Generally the certificates are awarded after the completion of the training program but if there is some delay then they will be awarded within fifteen days of the completion of the course.
TechKriti is the National Level Competition in association with SaltyART Designs and Association with TechKriti IIT Kanpur like Ethical Hacking, IOT, Digital Marketing, Quadcopter, Cloud Computing, Robotics, Catia, 3Ds Max, IOS & Android Apps Development, Raspberry Pi, Arduino AutoCAD, Python, Staad pro etc. organized by SaltyART Designs . This event will bring students from all over the places under 1 roof. Each student may show their talent in the wide variety of technology to win the competition.
The first 2 ladders will be organized at a particular "Zonal Center" across India in present academic year and the 3rd ladder "Grand Finale" round will be organized in the Month of March - 2018 at IIT Kanpur Campus. The details about each stage are mentioned below:
Ladder 1 (Workshop round to be held at Zonal Center): Workshop on Selected technology will be held at Zonal Centers PAN India. During Workshop development kit will be provided by us to a group of 4 - 5 members (Team). All the participants who want to participate in TechKriti - 2018 are required to attend the workshop at zonal center. The Workshop will be delivered by officials of SaltyART Designs Every participant will receive a Certificate of Participation and the coordinators Certificate SaltyART Designs and TechKriti IIT Kanpur in association with TechKriti IIT Kanpur.
Ladder 2 (Competition to be held at Zonal Center): Just after the workshop, a Competition (Prelims Round) of TechKriti - 2018 will be Held at the Zonal Center" among the students who have participated in the workshop. Winners of the Zonal Center round will be awarded by Certificate of Merit, and will be Eligible to participate in Final Round of event TechKriti which will be held in March - 2018 at IIT Kanpur campus.
Ladder 3 (Final round to be held at IIT Kanpur): Winner of all Zonal Center would be invited to participate in the Final Round of TechKriti at IIT Kanpur 23rd to 26th March - 2018. Winners of the Final Round will win The TechKriti Competition and will be Awarded and honored by us. A Certificate of Excellence will also be awarded to the winning Teams. Winner of the Grand Finale will get Job Offer, Cash Prize Money, Awards, Training / Internship offer.
Hospitality for 2 days for SaltyART and Efficient Brainy Designs team of 1 - 2 Members. Pick and drop facility from the nearest railway station / Bus Stop / Airport.
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