Robomaster: Robotics deals with the design, construction, operation, and use of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing. They are also employed for jobs which are too dirty, dangerous or dull to be suitable for humans. Comparatively these technologies are used to develop machines that can substitute for humans and replicate human actions.
PWM is a modulation process or technique used in most communication systems for encoding the amplitude of a signal right into a pulse width or duration of another signal, usually a carrier signal, for transmission. IR Sensor Module Circuit IR sensor is a viral sensor, which is used in many applications in electronics, like it is used in a Remote control system, Motion detector, Robotronics, Product Counter, Line follower Robots, Alarms, etc. It does this by either emitting or detecting infrared radiation. Infrared sensors are also capable of measuring the heat being emitted by an object and detecting motion.
The Candidates, gaining knowledge of about the Robomaster course, will able to well work in embedded system. Our certification course and training by the skilled members helps to improve skills to develop with qualified trainers.
What You Will Learn
Understand what Robotic Process Automation is?
Enhance your skills regarding automation.
Challenges, risks and benefits of robotics.
Fundamentals of Robots and capabilities.
Interact with desired programming language.
Strategic skills to handing the robotic automation.
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.
- Programming Mindset
- Analytical Thinking
- Decision Making
- Active Learning
- Reasoning to find solutions
- Scientific methods to solve problems
- Introduction to Robotics field
- Main Components of Robots
- Introduction to Arduino Board and Driver Installation
- Getting started with Arduino Programs
- Conditional Statements
- PWM Concepts
- Motor driver L293D IC concept
- Assembling of Robot
- IR Sensor Concept
- Line follower concept
- Obstacle Avoider concept
- Obstacle Follower concept
- Pit Avoider concept