Embedded System (Challenger)

DURATION:30 HOURS | www.robotminds.online
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A wonderful robotic course which helps bring out the creativity and innovative thinking amongst the students in the age group of 14yrs +. Challenger™ course provides flexibility in build circuit on the board, programming and make different projects. Students can experiment with Science and Mathematics concepts learned in school with practical implementation.

STEM Learning and Robotics Training Programs

Our training programs are carefully and scientifically designed to bring out the innovation and creativity through out-of-the-box approach while giving the child an opportunity to explore Science and Technology. These programs help students to understand electronics, science and mathematics concepts in a fun learning manner. This course also enhances the programming skill of a student. Once the student understand the applications of the academic concepts, learning interest increases which further results in higher marks or grades in school academics.

Outcomes of Robotics – Assemble and program Robots to perform various task
  • Learns basic fundamentals of electronics and science concepts.
  • Learns to build different types of circuit on the board.
  • Learns to make assembly work through various means.
  • Learn to do programming.
  • Builds own logic and thinking pattern to get the robot perform various tasks.
  • Builds the students confidence level and sense of creation.
  • Satisfaction, confidence and achievement gives boost to value knowledge.

Why Robotics Training from India First Robotics?

  • Lot of projects will be designed in this training.
  • Each day of our training is well planned to provide you with Theoretical as well as Practical knowledge of the module.
  • Each day will come up with New Practical’s & Projects which makes the training interesting and exciting.
  • Time to time Assignments will be provided to the students, which will help them in doing practice at home.
  • Revision Time & Query Sessions are provided to the students which help them in clearing previous doubts.
  • Exam will be conducted at the end of basic as well as Advance module to test the knowledge level of the students.
  • Time for Project Work will be provided to the students, in which students will develop a project of their own choice. This will encourage Innovative Ideas among students.

Pre-Requisites:

  • Student should have already completed Champion level in order to enroll for its subsequent level.
  • Eagerness to learn new innovative things.

Who Could Attend this Training?

  • Students from 14 years+ years can join this training.
  • Anyone who have interest in this field and have pre-requisite knowledge.

Embedded System (Challenger) 30 Hours


SR.NO TOPICS
Session 1 2 hr Theory
1. Introduction to Robotics
  • Introduction to Extensive Field of ROBOTICS
  • Application of Robotics: Industrial, Medical, Entertainment.
  • Introduction to Embedded System.
  • Basics of hardware and software.
  • New and Upcoming Technologies.
Practical
  • Components testing by using multi-meter like Resistor, Capacitor, Diode, Transistor, Led, Inductor,
Session 2
2 hr
Theory
Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
  • What is mechanical?
  • Stress , Strain
  • Measurement in mechanical
  • Degree Of Freedom
  • Introduction to Linear and circular motion
Practical
Identifying the material from kit
  • Different keys, wheels, tires
  • castor wheels, flanges, gears,
  • servo motors, DC motors, locks
  • India first controller, battery ,
  • wheel ribs, Axles, Grippers
Practically applying and understanding how to use tools
Session 3
2 hr
Theory
Introduction to Manual Machines
  • Different types of Manual Robots.
  • Motor Principle explanation.
  • DC motor.
  • Gear assembly and calculations.
  • Different types of chassis designing.
  • Concept of different types of competitions, events. Practical
  • Manual Robotics practical session
  • Assembling of a robotic car
Practical
  • Manual Robotics practical session
  • Chassis assembly
  • DC motor assembly
  • Servo Motor assembly
  • Base assembly
  • wheel assembly
Session 4
2 hr
Theory
Introduction to Mechatronics.
  • Gripping and lifting techniques.
  • Electromagnetic field.
  • Stepper motor, Servo Motor Mechanism.
  • Gripper assembly concept.
Practical
  • Gripper assembly
  • Lifter assembly
Session 5
2 hr
Theory
  • Introduction to electronics
  • Difference Between Electrical and Electronics
  • Laws of conservation of energy
  • Introduction to analog / Digital Circuits.
  • Introduction to breadboard.
  • Introduction of different type of PCB’s
  • Power supply.
Practical
  • Breadboard connections
  • Bridge rectifier using Diodes
  • 7805 practical.
  • Interfacing components like LED, Resistor etc.
  • Generating different colors from RGB LED
Session 6
2 hr
Theory
  • Basic Circuit Development
  • Input output processing in electronic circuits
  • Operation of Active and Passive components
Practical
  • Transistor as a Touch Switch.
  • Controlling brightness of LED using potentiometer.
Session 7
2 hr
Theory
  • Introduction to Autonomous Robots.
  • Interaction between real and digital world.
  • Concepts of artificial intelligence.
  • Introduction to Light Spectrum.
  • Introduction to IR Light and PhotoDiode.
Practical
  • Making IR pair on Breadboard.
  • Testing of IR sensors, Sound sensor, and Ultrasonic sensor.
  • Detecting white and black surface with digital IR sensors.
  • IR range detection.
  • Distance measuring.
Session 8
2 hr
Theory
  • Introduction to Digital world.
  • Logic Gates
  • Digital Switch/Amplification
  • Introduction to one bit analog to digital conversion.
  • Introduction to Operation Amplifier.
  • Introduction to Relay.
Practical
  • Transistor as an amplifier.
  • Transistor as a NOT gate.
  • Analog into digital conversion.
  • DC to AC Switching using relay.
Session 9
2 hr
Theory
  • L298 IC Explanation.
  • Core of L298 vis-s-vis H- BRIDGE concept.
  • Concept of Embedding L298 IC in MOTOR DRIVER shield
  • LM317 IC Explanation.
  • Concept of current driving for servo motors.
Practical
  • Making Connections of L298 IC on BREAD BOARD.
  • Driving Motors with L298 on Bread Board.
  • Connection of servo motor with current module.
Session 10
2 hr
Theory
  • Microcontrollers and Microprocessor difference.
  • Introduction to embedded system
  • Video sessions on advancements in Technology
  • Concepts of hardware and software interface
  • Introduction to Arduino/AVR/Raspberry Pi etc.
  • Arduino IDE and Overview.
  • Introduction to different Arduino boards and shields.
  • Working on digital and analog signal.
  • Microcontroller ATMEGA 328p.
Practical
  • Introduction to BASIC PROGRAMMING.
  • Driver and software installation.
  • Better understanding using the 13th pin internal Connection.
Session 11
2 hr
Theory
  • How to Interface Motor with Arduino board.
  • Speed controlling technique using PWM.
  • Introduction to Duty Cycle.
Practical
1.Program for DC motor controlling
  • forward movement
  • Backward movement
2.Servo motor programming
  • Different functions like Attach() and write()
  • Creation of functions for servo motors and gripper
3.Program for Sensor:
  • Testing of Sensor
  • Fixing a sensor with controller
  • programming for sensor
Session 12
2 hr
Theory
  • Seven Segment Display.
Practical
  • Making Connections of SSD with Arduino.
  • Integration of SSD with analog and digital signals.
  • Digital Clock Designing.
  • Making Own pattern of Displaying numbers on SSD
Session 13
2 hr
Theory
1.Temperature Sensor
  • Wireless Remote Control
  • Hardware of Transmitter and Receiver circuit
  • Schematic of Transmitter and Receiver circuit
  • The Sketch
Practical
  • Remote controlled Robot
Session 14
2 hr
Theory
  • Serial and Parallel Communication.
  • Hello to Analog I/P and O/P.
  • Introduction to ADC.
  • Introduction to Bluetooth Technology.
  • HC –xx series Bluetooth
  • Bluetooth module interface to UNO and mobile application
Practical
  • Interfacing Potentiometer and LDR with ARDUINO.
  • Interfacing Motor Driver with ARDUINO.
  • Speed Control of Motors using PWM.
  • LED on-off using Bluetooth
  • Serial Monitoring using Bluetooth
Session 15
2 hr
Practical
  • Completion of Bluetooth controlled Robot, Remote Controlled Robot
  • Competition amongst the students