About the Course
Arduino is a open-source tool for making computers that can sense and control the physical world. It’s a physical computing platform based on a simple microcontroller board.
Topics CoveredSession 1: Arduino Platform
An Overview of Open Hardware.
Arduino board layout.
What are the resources available?
Atmega microcontrollers’ description.
Getting started with the Arduino IDE to start writing your first program.
Interfacing simple peripherals like LEDs, Switches and Buzzers.
Session 2: Building Robot with Arduino
Introduction to Robotics
Fundamentals of Robot Locomotion
Building the Chassis
Fundamentals of H-bridge circuit and Motor Driver circuitry.
Session 3: Android Application Development
Starts with an Android introduction and IDE Introduction with some Basic Android Application
Android History and evolution
IDE Introduction (Eclipse)
Dalvik Virtual Machine
Application flow with example
Hello World Application
Button & Toast Application
Android with Bluetooth Serial Application
Session 4: Building Robot
Fundamentals of Bluetooth.
Interfacing Bluetooth with the Arduino circuit.
Building Arduino circuit to control robot.
Who should attendPeople completely new to programming and electronics or people willing to interface a host of interfaces with the Arduino.
Pre-requisitesBasic Knowledge on Electronics and programming
What you need to bringLaptop with Windows 7 OS"
Key TakeawaysProgramming Software
User Manual soft copy