Android and Robotics
Learn to develop applications in the latest operating system with practical implementation and begin managing your own cool applications like a professional and transfer instructions to a robot. With this training, students will be guided to make an android application and transfer to an assembled robot via the applications. In this training, attendees are introduced to various possibilities of communication and data transfer with robots. As smartphones are the most commonly used powerful device, integrating robotics with smartphones unleashes several possibilities in the field of robotics.
The introduction of the android world.
Understanding Bluetooth Communication and programming of microcontrollers.
Learning about the working of Android mobiles and analyzing about the Android Application involved in this workshop.
Design and assembling of Bluetooth robot.
Getting Started with Embedded Systems & Robotics.
Controlling the robot via android smartphone.
BENEFITS OF WORKSHOP
Authorized Certification to all participants
Chance to represent college in National Level Competition
Assistance to students by Industry Experts
Learn & Interact with Android Developers and get to know basics of Android OS.
Receive an unparalleled education on the art of building apps and games with personal one-
Can easily use this experience to develop good B.Tech/ M.Tech projects.
Exposure will eventually help to face tech interviews with confidence.
Kits and study materials designed by Professionals
Assistance in projects from Technoledge team
Basics of Robot Electronics
Interfacing of Sensors
Motors and Controlling Circuit
Interfacing of Motors
Introduction to Microcontrollers
What is Microcontroller?
Difference between Microcontroller and Microprocessor.
Microcontroller Architecture and Interfacing.
How can we use Microcontroller in our Own Circuits?
Introduction to Programming Languages
Microcontroller Programming using 'Embedded C'.
Introduction to Wireless System
What is Wireless System
Working of Wireless System
Different Wireless Modules
Merits and Demerits of using Wireless Technology
Introduction to Bluetooth Technology
Working with Bluetooth Module (HC-
Application of Bluetooth Technology in Robotics
Introduction to Serial Communication
Difference between Serial and Parallel Communication
Mode of Communication
Use of USART Protocol
Interfacing of Bluetooth Module with Microcontroller
Discussion on Different Algorithms
Line Following Robot Algorithms
Edge Avoiding Robot Algorithm
Obstacle Avoider Robot Algorithm
Wall Following Robot Algorithm
Bluetooth Controlled Robot Algorithm
Installation of Software and Debugging
Writing your First 'Embedded C' Program in AVR Studio.
Program Compilation and Debugging.
Loading Compiled 'C' Program into Microcontroller.
Assembling of ANROBOT Kit
Development of Bluetooth Controlled Robot using HC-
AVR Plug & Play Kit (AT mega 8 Kit)
16*2 LCD Display
AVR programmer (USBASP)
Motors and assembly
9V Battery & Battery Snapper
Robotics Kit (Wheel, chassis, screw )
Hook up Wire
Software Kit (CD)
REQUIREMENTS FROM THE COLLEGE
6. System Requirements:-
Operating system : Windows Vista SP2/Windows 78 (Both 32 and 64 bit)/Windows (8 (Both 32 and 64 bit), Windows 10 8 (Both 32 and 64 bit)
Processor : 2Ghz or better
Ram: Min 2GB
DVD Rom or pen drive slots
o Engineering students of any semester and any branch.
o Education Faculty & Staff in Electronics, Mechatronics and Mechanical Department.
o Diploma Students from any department can attend the workshop.
o Students who want to pursue robotics as their career
o Students with innovative aptitude of combining software and hardware
o Students who want to participate in robotics championships
o Individuals with innovative vision and research in the field of android app development
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