Robotics Training & Internship

Online project based course

$504 per student (includes 1 kit)
$46 Shipping to
100% refund if not happy
What you'll receive
  • Robotics Internship project kit
    Robotics Training Kit

    Your training kit, tested & shipped in 24 hours

  • Robotics Internship Training
    Hands-on Robotics Training

    Learn & build innovative projects anywhere, anytime

  • Robotics Internship Training Certificate
    2 Certificates (training & internship)

    Upon completing training & internship successfully

  • Robotics Internship Stipend
    Guaranteed internship with stipend

    Opportunity to show your Robotics skills

What you'll build
  • Robotics Internship Projects
    Robotics projects

    Impress your interviewers, teachers and friends

  • Robotics Internship Projects
    Stipend for internship

    Min. ₹10000 on completing internship successfully

  • Skills for Robotics Internship
    Skills

    Not a 'paper engineer'. Be a real, practical engineer

  • Robotics Internship
    Robotics Career

    Grab the best jobs and higher education opportunities in Robotics

Why join this Robotics Training & Internship?

First, you will learn the skills hands-on using online course & kit.
Then, you can choose an internship from the available ones where you will be working on real projects for Skyfi Labs/ partners.
You will earn 2 certificates - 1 upon completing the course & 1 upon completing the internship successfully.
You will also earn a min. stipend of ₹10000 upon completing the internship successfully. You might be given more internship opportunities based on your performance in the first internship.

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What projects you'll build in this course

The course involves you to build multiple robotics projects and helps you develop practical skills on Robotics hands-on.
You will develop the following projects:

  • Basic
    1. Line Follower Robot
    2. Obstacle Follower & Phototropic Robot
    3. Obstacle Avoider & Photophobic Robot
  • Medium
    1. Mobile Controlled Robot
    2. Gesture Controlled Robot
    3. Bluetooth Controlled Robot
    4. Fire Fighting Robot
  • Advanced
    1. WiFi Controlled Robot
    2. Voice Controlled Robot
    3. Swarm Robotics
    4. Maze Solver Robot
    5. Sixth Sense Robot
  • Learn: Robotics - An Introduction
  • Learn: Skyfi Labs Course Introduction
  • Review: What are Robots?
  • Learn: What is a Microcontroller
  • Learn: AVR Architecture
  • Learn: Arduino - An Introduction
  • Learn: Features of Arduino UNO
  • Do: Connect & Detect an Arduino
  • Learn: Introduction to Arduino IDE
  • Do: Structure of an Arduino Program
  • Do: Basic Program in Arduino - Blink an LED
  • Do: Basic Program in Arduino - Print in Serial Monitor
  • Learn: DC Motors & their Working
  • Do: Motors & Motor Drivers for the Arduino Robot
  • Do: Interface & Test Motor with Arduino
  • Do: Design Sketch to Control Motor with Arduino
  • Learn: Structural Design of a Robot
  • Do: Assemble the Chassis of the Robot
  • Do: Final Chassis Assembly of the Robot
  • Learn: Scratch-based Graphical Programming
  • Do: Practice Programs using Scratch
  • Review: Graphical Programming
  • Learn: Vision Guided Robots
  • Learn: Sensors - Types & Working: Learn
  • Learn: Semiconductors in Sensors
  • Learn: Working of IR Sensors
  • Do: Interface Digital IR sensor with Arduino & Read Data
  • Do: Calibration of Digital IR Sensor
  • Do: Control LED using Digital IR Sensor
  • Learn: Design Arduino Sketch to Control LED based on Line Detection
  • Do: Design Arduino Sketch to Control LED based on Object Detection
  • Review: Working of IR Sensors
  • Learn: Programming Logic for Making Robot Move using Arduino
  • Do: Design Arduino Sketch to Make a Robot Move
  • Learn: Line Follower Robot - Programming Logic
  • Do: Line Follower Robot - Design Program
  • Do: Line Follower Robot using Arduino - Design Final Arduino Sketch
  • Do: Line Follower Robot - Placement of Components & IR Sensors
  • Do: Line Follower Robot - Final Connections & Calibration
  • Do: Line Follower Robot - Test your Robot
  • Do: Line Follower Robot using Arduino - Test your Robot
  • Review: Line Follower Robot using Arduino - Submit Assignment
  • Learn: Obstacle Avoider Robot using Arduino - Programming Logic
  • Do: Obstacle Avoider Robot using Arduino - Design Final Arduino Sketch
  • Do: Placement and Connection of IR sensors in Obstacle Detection Robots using Arduino
  • Do: Obstacle Avoider Robot using Arduino - Test your Robot
  • Review: Obstacle Avoider Robot using Arduino - Submit your Video
  • Learn: Obstacle Follower Robot using Arduino - Programming Logic
  • Do: Obstacle Follower Robot using Arduino - Design Final Arduino Sketch
  • Do: Obstacle Follower Robot using Arduino - Test your Robot
  • Review: Obstacle Follower Robot using Arduino - Submit your Video
  • Learn: What is a Mobile Controlled Robot
  • Learn: Mobile Communication
  • Learn: DTMF Decoder & its Working
  • Do: Pins of a DTMF Decoder
  • Do: Detect DTMF Tones using Mobile App
  • Do: Interface DTMF Decoder with Arduino
  • Learn: Programming Logic for DTMF Decoder
  • Do: Control LED using DTMF Decoder
  • Learn: Programming Logic for Mobile Robot
  • Do: Design the Program for Mobile Robot
  • Do: Final Connections of Mobile Robot
  • Do: Testing the Mobile Robot
  • Learn: Programming Logic for Mobile Robot
  • Do: Design the Program for Mobile Robot
  • Do: Design Final Sketch for Mobile Controlled Robot
  • Learn: Programming Logic for Mobile Controlled Robot using Arduino
  • Do: Mobile Controlled Robot using Arduino - Design Sketch
  • Do: Mobile Controlled Robot using Arduino - Final Connections
  • Do: Mobile Controlled Robot using Arduino - Test your Robot
  • Review: Mobile Controlled Robot - Submit your Video
  • Learn: What is a Gesture Controlled Robot
  • Learn: Sensors - Types & Working
  • Learn: Accelerometers & their Working
  • Do: Interface Accelerometer with Arduino
  • Do: Control LED using Accelerometer
  • Do: Design Sketch to Control LED using ADXL335
  • Review: Working of an Accelerometer
  • Learn: Programming Logic for Gesture Robot
  • Do: Design the Program for Gesture Robot
  • Do: Design Final Sketch for Gesture Controlled Robot
  • Learn: Final Connections & Calibration of Gesture Robot
  • Do: Test your Gesture Controlled Robot
  • Do: Gesture Controlled Robot with Arduino - Test your Robot
  • Review: Gesture Based Robotics Assignment
  • Learn: What is a Bluetooth Controlled Robot
  • Learn: Bluetooth Communication
  • Do: Interface HC-05 Bluetooth Module with Arduino Uno
  • Learn: Programming Logic to Read Data from Bluetooth Module using Arduino
  • Do: Design Sketch to Read Data from HC-05 Bluetooth Module
  • Review: Bluetooth Technology
  • Learn: Bluetooth Robot using Arduino - Programming Logic
  • Do: Final Connections
  • Do: Design Arduino Sketch
  • Do: Test your Robot
  • Do: Submit assignment and get certificate
  • Learn: Wi-Fi Controlled Robot
  • Learn: Basics of Networking
  • Learn: WiFi: Introduction, Working and ESP-8266
  • Do: Pins of ESP-8266
  • Do: Powering up an ESP-8266
  • Review: How WiFi Works
  • Learn: ESP8266 - AT Commands
  • Do: ESP8266 - Interfacing with Arduino
  • Learn: ESP 8266 - Debugging Techniques
  • Review: Interfacing Arduino & ESP8266
  • Learn: Basic Webpage Design: HTML & jQuery
  • Do: Designing the Webpage for Robot Control
  • Learn: Programming Logic for WiFi Controlled Robot
  • Do: Write the code for the WiFi Controlled Robot
  • Do: Test your Robot
  • Learn: Voice Recognition Robot
  • Learn: Speech Recognition - How does it work
  • Learn: Introduction to the MIT App Inventor
  • Do: Build an App for Text to Speech Conversion
  • Do: Build an App for Speech Recognition
  • Learn: Bluetooth Communication
  • Do: Interface HC-05 Bluetooth Module with Arduino Uno
  • Learn: Programming Logic to Read Data from Bluetooth Module using Arduino
  • Do: Design Sketch to Read Data from HC-05 Bluetooth Module
  • Review: Bluetooth Technology
  • Learn: Programming Logic for Voice Controlled Robot
  • Do: Bluetooth Robot using Arduino - Final Connections
  • Do: Design Arduino Sketch for Voice Controlled Robot
  • Do: Test your Voice Controlled Robot
  • Assignment: Voice Controlled Robot Assignment
  • Learn: What are Fire Fighting Robots
  • Do: Read Analog Data from Digital IR Sensor using Arduino
  • Do: Design Scratch Program to Control LED based on Fire Detection
  • Do: Design Arduino Sketch to Control LED based on Fire Detection
  • Do: Design Scratch Program to Control Fan based on Fire Detection
  • Do: Fire Fighting Robot - Interface Fan with Arduino Uno
  • Do: Design Arduino Sketch to Control Fan based on Fire Detection
  • Do: Working of IR Sensors
  • Learn: Fire Fighting Robot - Programming Logic
  • Do: Fire Fighting Robot - Design the Final Program
  • Do: Design Arduino Sketch for Fire Fighting Robot
  • Do: Fire Fighting Robot - Final Connection of Fan with Motor driver
  • Do: Fire Fighting Robot - Final connection of IR sensor and Motor driver
  • Do: Fire Fighting Robot - Test your Robot: Do
  • Do: Testing the Fire Fighting Robot with Arduino Sketch
  • Do: Fire Fighting Robot - Submit your Video
  • Learn: What is a Swarm Robot
  • Learn: Schematic of a Swarm Robot
  • Learn: Radio Communication
  • Do: Pin Structure of RF Encoder
  • Do: Pin Structure of RF Transmitter
  • Do: Pin Structure of RF Decoder
  • Do: Pin Structure of RF Receiver
  • Do: Interface RF Transmitter with Arduino Uno
  • Do: Interface RF Receiver with Arduino Uno
  • Do: Design Arduino Sketch for RF Communication
  • Review: Concepts of RF Communication
  • Learn: Swarm Robots with Arduino - Programming Logic
  • Do: Swarm Robots using Arduino - Final Connections for Master Robot
  • Do: Swarm Robots using Arduino - Design Sketch for Master Robot
  • Do: Swarm Robots using Arduino - Final Connections for Slave Robot
  • Do: Swarm Robots using Arduino - Design Sketch for Slave Robot
  • Do: Swarm Robots with Arduino - Test your Robot
  • Review: Swarm Robotics Assignment
  • Learn: What is a Maze Solver Robot
  • Learn: Maze Solver Robot - Programming Logic
  • Do: Maze Solver Robot - Design Program
  • Do: Maze Solver Robot using Arduino - Design Final Arduino Sketch
  • Do: Maze Solver Robot - Placement of Components & IR Sensors
  • Do: Maze Solver Robot - Final Connections & Calibration
  • Do: Maze Solver Robot - Test your Robot
  • Do: Maze Solver Robot using Arduino - Test your Robot
  • Review: Maze Solver Robot using Arduino - Submit Assignment
  • Do: Maze Solver Robot - Placement of Components & IR Sensors
  • Do: Maze Solver Robot - Final Connections & Calibration
  • Do: Maze Solver Robot - Test your Robot
  • Do: Maze Solver Robot using Arduino - Test your Robot
  • Review: Maze Solver Robot using Arduino - Submit Assignment
  • Learn: What is Computer Vision?
  • Do: Installation of Python 3 in Windows
  • Do: Installation of Open CV & Other Packages for Image Processing
  • Do: Setting up the Working Directory for OpenCV
  • Do: Read an Image using Open CV
  • Do: Save Image using waitKey Function in Open CV
  • Do: Computer Vision - Basic Concepts of an Image
  • Review: Computer Vision - Concepts, Basic Operations
  • Do: Properties & Pixels of an Image - Basic Image Operations using OpenCV
  • Do: Draw Geometric Shapes using OpenCV
  • Do: Color Spaces in Image Processing - Change Color Space of an Image in Open CV
  • Do: Basic Image Operations - Splitting Image Channels
  • Do: Plot an Image in Python using matplotlib
  • Do: Plot Multiple Images in Python using matplotlib
  • Do: Region of Interest in an Image - Basic Image Operations using OpenCV
  • Review: Basic Image Operations using OpenCV
  • Learn: Computer Vision - Basic Concepts of a Video
  • Do: Capture Video in Open CV
  • Do: Play Video using OpenCV
  • Do: Save Video as a File using Open CV
  • Review: Basic Video Operations using OpenCV
  • Learn: Advanced Image Operations in OpenCV
  • Do: Smoothing an Image
  • Do: Simple Thresholding of Images using OpenCV
  • Do: Adaptive Thresholding of Images using OpenCV
  • Do: Edge Detection using Canny Algorithm
  • Review: Advanced Image Operations using OpenCV
  • Learn: Arduino Robot Control using Python
  • Do: Design Arduino Sketch to Control LED using Serial Monitor
  • Do: Python Program to Control Arduino LED based on Keyboard Input
  • Do: Control Arduino LED using Python
  • Do: Design Arduino Sketch to Make Robot Move based on Serial Monitor Input
  • Do: Python Program to Control Arduino Robot based on Keyboard Input
  • Do: Control Arduino Robot using Python
  • Learn: Programming Logic for Sixth Sense Robot
  • Do: Python Program to Send Serial Input based on Object Detection
  • Do: Test your Sixth Sense Robot
  • Review: Submit final assignment
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Frequently Asked Questions about Robotics Training & Internship program
How will I get the internship?

You can choose an internship from the available opportunities upon completing the course successfully. Your internship assignments would be discussed with you at the beginning of your internship.


Am I eligible for this training & internship program?

Engineering students currently in years 2-4 are eligible to apply.


Will I be paid during my internship?

Yes, you can earn a min. stipend of ₹10000 upon successfully completing the internship. You can choose an internship from the available opportunities and the assignments would be discussed with you at the beginning of your internship.


Where will be the internship location?

This will be a remote internship with optional requirement to come to office. The location of office will be in Bangalore or based on the partner providing you the internship. Your internship mentor will monitor your progress and help you on a daily basis.


What is the timeline for my training & internship?

You need to complete the training before 30 May. You will get an opportunity to choose an internship with a duration of upto 1-3 months once you complete the training. Students who complete early will get to choose from more internship opportunities and with more duration.


Will I get any assistance during my internship?

Yes, you will be placed under a mentor who will guide and monitor your internship progress on a daily basis.


What kind of assignments will I get during my internship?

You will be getting the assignments in the engineering divisions of the internship provider. The topics will be based on the requirements of the internship provider. You will be expected to work under their guidance to complete a part of the project they are working on.


How will my stipend be decided?

Stipend varies based on internship opportunity and project. It will be a minimum of Rs 10,000 and will be provided only on successful completion of the internship assignments. If you do well, you might even be assigned more projects at the discretion of the internship provider.


How to complete the robotics training?

You need to build all the projects successfully to complete your training. Login to our online learning portal will be provided instantly upon enrollment. The portal will have video lectures, tutorials, and quizzes required to build the robotics projects. Use the tutorials along with the online portal to complete the projects at your home itself.
You can enroll for free demo to understand how it works better. Pay only when you are confident and if you like it!


What happens if I am not able to complete the training on time?

You can complete the training as per your convenience but we can't guarantee you an internship opportunity if you don't complete by 30 May. Most students complete the training in 45-60 days. So the earlier you enroll and complete the better. Students who complete earlier also get to chose from more options. So if you are serious, we suggest you to enroll as soon as you can and complete the course as soon as you can.


What will be in the robotics training kit that I will receive?

You will get all the components needed to build all the robotics projects. The following are the list of components that you will get in the kit,

  • Arduino Uno - 2 Nos.
  • USB-UART Cable - 2 Nos.
  • L239D Motor Driver Circuit - 2 Nos.
  • All ICs and IC Holders
  • DC Motors - 4 Nos.
  • Wheels for Motors - 4 Nos.
  • IR Sensors - 3 Nos.
  • DTMF encoder decoder module - 1 No.
  • RF Transmitter Receiver module - 1 No.
  • DC Fan - 1 No.
  • Course Manual
  • Audio jacks - 1 No.
  • Accelerometer ADXL335 Sensors - 1 No.
  • Chassis - 2 Nos.
  • U Clamps - 4 Nos.
  • Castor Wheels - 2 Nos.
  • HC-05 Bluetooth Module - 1 No.
  • ESP-8266 WiFi Module - 1 No.
  • Single pin connectors - Male to Male
  • Single pin connectors - Female to Female
  • Other miscellaneous items

Multimeter and Battery (6F22 9V) are required for this project. Shipping these items isn't possible due to the logistics issues. These items are easily available in your local market. Our team will assist you in getting these items if needed.


What kind of certification will I receive upon completing the training & internship?

You will get a smart certificate for training from Skyfi Labs. This certificate can be verified online for authenticity by anyone around globe. You can easily share your smart certificate in your social media platforms. The internship certificate will be provided by the internship provider based on the internship details.


Should I pay extra for the internship?

No. Actually, the internship provider will pay you a stipend if you complete the assignment successfully.


Any other charges involved?

No, you dont have to pay anyone anything beyond the price of the program. You are expected to bear the costs of your travel and accommodation in case you are required to work at the location of the internship provider. We request our internship partners to avoid the need for such travel as much as possible.


Will I get any 1-1 assistance from Skyfi Labs during my training?

Our robotics experts are available to help you 1-1 with your queries. You can simply select a time slot that is suitable for you (you will see this option once you start the course) and our robotics expert will call you at that time and help you. The doubt clarification sessions are always 1-1. So you can ask as many doubts as you want any number of times!


Why should I choose Skyfi Labs?

Skyfi Labs, a venture by IIT Kanpur alumni, was founded with a motive to make learning by building projects super easy for students all across the globe. Training 2,50,000+ students across 30+ countries, Skyfi Labs got prestigious awards like 2nd Best Business Venture Award, Ideas, IIT Kanpur | 30 Most Promising Startups, Next Big Idea, IIM Bangalore | Runner-up, UnLtd India Growth Challenge etc. Our courses have also been in the curriculum of IIT Delhi for the last 5 years. With such an experience, you can be rest assured that you will get quality project training from Skyfi Labs.
If you still dont like it, dont worry. We offer 100% refund if you apply within 3 days of receiving the course access.


How can I contact Skyfi Labs?

Please feel free to contact us in case of any queries. Email: info@skyfilabs.com, Toll-free: 18001237177 (10AM - 8PM; Mon - Sat)
We prefer email contact as that can be replied by the right expert who can answer your question!


What is included in the fee?

The fee you pay includes:

  • Project kit
  • Course manual & content
  • Charges for support & shipping

Upon payment, we will also provide you with a tax invoice for the above mentioned.

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