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Arduino Robotics

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Bannerghatta Main Road, Bangalore

Course ID: 34037

Bannerghatta Main Road, Bangalore

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Sandeep Kulkarni

B.E(Electronics & Communication)

About Sandeep Kulkarni

I have had almost 20 years of experience in designing consumer electronics products and I have worked in field applications (design/support customers in the field of LCD/LED/Digital TVs) in a semiconductor company (both startups and a large MNC).
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About the Course

What we do?

We guide young students/fresh employees to learn electronics and robotics in a unique hands-on way. We enable students to enhance their practical skills via experiential learning.

We don’t force feed students with readymade kits and codes. They are free to explore and create their own way of building things. Engineer’s Nook is a perfect playground for your creativity. Our home grown lab in JP Nagar 7th Phase is well equipped for these hands-on explorations.

Why experiential learning?

Too many to list. But here are few:

  • People with hands-on skills are sought after by the industry.

  • Students who explore aren’t afraid to take risks. These are the risk takers who bring positive change wherever they go and industry simply loves to have them!

  • Through these activities, students start to discover and develop their own skills, aptitudes and passions. This discovery in turn sets them on a more defined path to college and careers.

  • Hands on means minds on. Student engagement increases and their knowledge retention improves



  1. Module 4 - Arduino Robotics - 23 ~ 26 Hours


Pre-requisite for this module:

  • Understanding of Basic Electronics, Usage of electronic components in circuits, usage of bread boards and multimeter

  • Using Arduino open source hardware, interface of various inputs/output devices including display, keypad and electromechanical devices

  • Knowledge of sensors and how to interface with Arduino and how to use them

  • It is strongly recommended that students bring their own laptop. You’ll preserve your work and you’ll have all the development environment set up for you to work even after your course(s)


Working Kit Contents:

  • Arduino Uno Board, DC Motor, L293 Motor Driver Board, DTMF Decoder Board, HC-05 Bluetooth Receiver, RF Encoder/Decoder Boards, RFID Reader Module, RFID Tags, Sony IR Remote, 16x2 Character LCD display, PIR Sensor, SR04 Ultrasound Distance Sensor, LM35 Temperature Sensor, LDR (Light Dependant Resistor), Breadboard, LEDs, RGB LEDs, Resistors, Potentiometer, 7-Segment Display, Tactile switch, Rocker switch, Piezo Electric Buzzer, Connecting Wires, Batteries


What you’ll learn:

  • How to build an obstacle avoiding robot from grounds up

  • Building line follower and Electronic Voting Machine from grounds up

  • Practical knowledge of how to use RFID detector, Bluetooth decoder and How to encode and decode RF commands. You’ll build

    1. Bluetooth and Mobile (DTMF) controlled (from smartphone) rover

    2. Attendance system using RFID

  • Basic master-slave communication (Swarm robotics) using RF encoder/decoder systems


  • Build an obstacle avoiding robot - 6 Hours

    • Use SR04 distance sensor to detect obstacles

    • Display distance on LCD display.

    • Sound buzzer on obstacle detection

  • Build a line sensing robot using line sensors - 6 Hours

  • Build an IR remote controlled rover – 6 Hours

    • Decode Sony IRC remote commands

  • Build an Electronic Voting Machine - 2 Hours

    • Vote using tactile switches.

    • Display appropriate messages on 16X2 LCD

    • Display final results on switch press

  • BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) Controlled Robot

    • Using HC05 Bluetooth Receiver

  • Mobile controlled robot

    • Interface with DTMF decoder

  • Joystick-RF Controlled Robot – 3 Hours

    • Using RF communication devices

    • Interfacing a Joystick to Arduino combined with a RF Transmitter acts as remote control.



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