Line follower robots also known as autonomous robots, are capable of detecting the path and actuate accordingly. This robot functions depending on the inputs from sensors and are controlled with the help of an Arduino Uno.
As part of the training program, you will understand the Arduino Architecture, Arduino Programming and basics of robotics.
Introduction to Robotics systems & Microcontroller
Introduction to Arduino Architecture
Understanding the Electronics involved in the robot
Digital IR sensors working & calibration
Understand Arduino Architecture and its Programming
Programming the robot to follow a line
Hands-on experience on block based programming on Arduino
Lecture Session - 3 hours
Fabrication Session - 6 hours
Programming Session - 4 hours
Testing Session - 1 hour
Robotics: Concepts and Applications
DC Motors: Working and Control
Arduino Architecture & its programming
Fabrication of Line Follower Robot
Scratch based block programming
Calibration of IR sensors
Participants have access to an exclusive online portal to:
View status of registered and attended workshops
View study material for workshops
Write online exams and receive separate certificates with scores. These certificates with scores will provide students an opportunity to show their learning in job interviews.
Analyze their online scores in comparison with other students
View analysis of performance of students from across the country
Certification and Awards:
Certificate of Participation.
Certificate of Distinction
Arduino UART Cable
60 RPM Motors
LEDs & Resistors
Digital IR Sensors
Cable & Connectors
Screws & Nuts
Wire Strippers & Screwdrivers*
Other miscellaneous items
(*) These Tools are part of the Hardware Tool kit and will be taken back.
Anybody interested in Arduino, Vision Guided Systems and Robotics can attend for this course.
Why Skyfi Labs?
Skyfi Labs - an award winning company working towards transforming textbook geniuses into productive engineers.
Awards won by us:
2nd Best Business Venture Award, Ideas, IIT Kanpur
30 Most Promising Startups, Next Big Idea, IIM Bangalore
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Kurnool is on NH7 and is well connected to major towns and cities. Kurnool is 210 km from Hyderabad, 365 km from Bangalore and 487 km from Chennai. By bus, it takes 5 hours from Hyderabad, 8-9 hours from Bangalore and 12 hours from Chennai to reach Kurnool. There are few trains to Kurnool from both Bangalore and Hyderabad.
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