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The Applicant, after attaining knowledge of about the Early Robotics (Grade 4-6) course, will able to work in Embedded Professional. Our certification course and training by the skilled members help to improve skills to develop with qualified trainers.
What You Will Learn
Able to build and programming a simple robot .
Know to build and develop analog circuits.
Students will able to understand how sensor works .
Build the mechanical design skills to start complex parts.
Understand to construct a Robot from scratch.
Understand various components for working of robot.
Skills You Gain
Robotics requires huge skill-sets in Electronics, Mechanical and Programming domain. This level focuses on Mechanics and below are the skills you will gain upon completion of this level. You will master each of these skills by the end of the Robotics Course.
- System Thinking
- Complex Problem Solving
- Programming Mindset
- Science or other applied mathematics
- Technology design
- Introduction to Robotics field
- Main Components of Robots
- Basic Electronics
- Motor driver L293D IC concept
- Assembling of Robot
- Line follower concept
- Obstacle Avoider concept
- Obstacle Follower concept
- Pit Avoider concept