Obstacle Avoidance Robot with open hardware: A demo

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The workshop will introduce the significance of robotics in Digital India and How Make in India can be galvanized by Robotics. It will also propagate STEM education for better Global job market of skilled professionals and will create a space for imagination to be able to vision the Technological Future.

Speaker: Shamik Chakraborty, MTech in VLSI Design from Amrita School of Engineering
Date: 14th October 2017
Time: 11:10 PM to 01:30 PM
Venue: Workshop Room 3

Fee: Rs. 1750/-

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* Objective of the workshop
 
(a) To introduce the significance of robotics in Digital India
(b) How Make in India can be galvanized by Robotics
(c) To propagate STEM education for better Global job market of skilled professionals
(d) To create a space for imagination to be able to vision the Technological Future.
* Who can attend this workshop?
Students above age of 10 years
* What all will be covered in the workshop?
(a) Obstacle Avoidance Robot – Overview
(b) Need for Obstacle Avoidance robot
(c) Required Hardware
(d) Introduction to Arduino language
(e) An introduction to the open source software Arduino
(f ) Algorithm for Obstacle avoidance robots

(g) Connections

(h) Programming the Robot
(i) Working Demo
(j) Importance of Robotics in our Daily Life
(k) A Special Demonstration on Open source Drone
* Benefits/Takeaways for the attendees
(a) Capable of relating lessons to practical scenarios
(b) Understand the career scope in Robotics,IOT and Artificial Intelligence
(c) Hands on practical experiences are more valued in the job market than theoretical knowledge
(d) An enthusiasm to learn the craft of robotics to solve day to day life problems
* Pre-requisites to attend the workshop
Interested Students above 10-20 years can attend the workshop
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