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Sruthi 21/06/2016 in  Robotics classes

What is arduino uno

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Banaao replied | 25/06/2016

Arduino uno is one of the most simplistic, no-fuss & great development boards available in the market and used by people globally to get started with learning electronics & robotics. It's the brain of your robot/device.

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Karthick replied | 18/07/2016

arduino is a 8 bit microcontroller board, embedded java program and very simple coding then C.
its integrated programmer and development board.
first electronics open source development platform.
you can do all your mini and final year projects by own.

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Manan 30/04/2016 in  Robotics classes

WHAT is Anatomy of Robotics ?

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Priyadharshini replied | 21/04/2016

Hi Jayashree mam, Where are you located? where you want the training to be happen. I have experience in this field for about 5 years and am teaching robotics especially for school students. Have experience of teaching more than 50 students. I think with this age lego product kit will be safe and secure where the students hands on experience practically with the creative thinking....  more»
Hi Jayashree mam, Where are you located? where you want the training to be happen. I have experience in this field for about 5 years and am teaching robotics especially for school students. Have experience of teaching more than 50 students. I think with this age lego product kit will be safe and secure where the students hands on experience practically with the creative thinking. Also we will guide them focussing science and maths concept. The other stream is using junktronics using waste junks they create small project robots. «less

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Seemakurthy Hupesh replied | 22/05/2016

Hi Jayashree,
I can help you out with your need. Please let me know the place and the number of kids who are participating in the training. This information will be useful for sending you the cost including kit.
About me:
I am Hupesh Seemakurthy. I am robotics trainer. I used to conduct robotics workshops spanning two days in engineering colleges. I have delivered...  more»
Hi Jayashree,
I can help you out with your need. Please let me know the place and the number of kids who are participating in the training. This information will be useful for sending you the cost including kit.
About me:
I am Hupesh Seemakurthy. I am robotics trainer. I used to conduct robotics workshops spanning two days in engineering colleges. I have delivered my workshops on robotics and solar energy in IIT Roorkee, BITS Patna, NIT Warangal and many colleges. Have trained more than 1000 students from past one year. «less

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Aditya 20/03/2016 in  Robotics classes

What is the best way to begin learning robotics ?

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Ahmad 05/02/2016 in  Robotics classes

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Krishna replied | 06/04/2016

Now a days raspberry pi board is very very famous..everyone used this board in foregin country..Surely it will come on after 1 or 2 years to india..This is the gud time to learn this http://www.board...in this board programming language is http://www.python...inside...  more»
Now a days raspberry pi board is very very famous..everyone used this board in foregin country..Surely it will come on after 1 or 2 years to india..This is the gud time to learn this http://www.board...in this board programming language is http://www.python...inside of the os is linux(rasbian) «less

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Sp replied | 06/04/2016

Robotics is a diversified field. One can start with the wired wheeled robot by simply assembling the motors and chassis and various other components. Once you get hang of wired robotics, you can move to wireless robotics and start using any of the basic micro-controller (Ardunio is proffered). After you get some confidence on this you can work more on the coding side. (Robotics...  more»
Robotics is a diversified field. One can start with the wired wheeled robot by simply assembling the motors and chassis and various other components. Once you get hang of wired robotics, you can move to wireless robotics and start using any of the basic micro-controller (Ardunio is proffered). After you get some confidence on this you can work more on the coding side. (Robotics is more about feeling it) «less

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Pradeep Kumar replied | 31/12/2015

CMU , US

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Himanshu replied | 15/02/2016

Definately CMU

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Deepti 02/12/2015 in  Robotics classes

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Scholar Minds Edumentoring replied | 01/02/2016

electronics is a major part and then programming.

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Himanshu replied | 15/02/2016

Basic knowledge of Electronics and programming skills in languages like C/C++

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Daniel replied | 29/12/2015

Probably i would suggest you to take Electrical and Electronics Engineering... As it covers the entire need for robotics... For more details contact me over phone or mail

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Tif Labs Pvt Ltd - Robocraze replied | 24/06/2016

You may pursue EEE, Instrumentation and Control, Mechatronics, etc.
You basically need to have knowledge about electrical and a little bit of coding!

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Rayhaan 02/12/2015 in  Robotics classes

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Gaurav replied | 18/12/2015

Robotics engineers are engineering technologists who apply principles from mechanical, manufacturing and electrical engineering to design and test robots, automated systems and new applications. If you work as a robotics engineer, your duties might include reviewing designs and calculations, debugging programs, calibrating and servicing robots, integrating robots with other mechanical...  more»
Robotics engineers are engineering technologists who apply principles from mechanical, manufacturing and electrical engineering to design and test robots, automated systems and new applications. If you work as a robotics engineer, your duties might include reviewing designs and calculations, debugging programs, calibrating and servicing robots, integrating robots with other mechanical devices and supervising other technicians and engineers.

This occupation requires that you be adept with hand tools and knowledgeable in mathematics, computer programming and computer-aided design and drafting. You'll usually work as part of a team because of the collaborative nature of this field.
Step 1: Take Advanced Math and Science Courses in High School

If you're in high school, taking advanced placement classes in algebra and trigonometry, computer science, computer-aided design and physics are good options to prepare yourself for an engineering career. Participating in your school's robotics club and entering robotics competitions provide you with practical experience working with robots, as well as demonstrates your interest in them to college admissions officers.
Step 2: Earn a Bachelor's Degree

Bachelor's degree programs in electronics engineering or mechanical engineering are among the most widely available in colleges and universities and many offer concentrations in robotics. Electronics engineering programs teach you the fundamentals of electronics components and common electronic circuits. You'll learn how electronics are used in computing, radio communications, industrial control systems and power management applications.

Mechanical engineering programs teach you to apply concepts from physics, mathematics and materials science to create machinery used in transportation, manufacturing, communication and other uses. These programs may also cover electronic, hydraulic and pneumatic systems. You should look for programs approved by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).
Step 3: Complete an Internship

Take advantage of internships offered at engineering and robotics companies. You could arrange one yourself with smaller companies that may not have a high industry profile. An internship can provide you with work experience and help you network within the industry. Your internship might entail no more than observing work or you may be actively involved in a project. «less

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Scholar Minds Edumentoring replied | 01/02/2016

You can avail a post graduation after mech/electrical/electronics engg. VJTI in mumbai is fame for robotics programs

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Shweta 02/12/2015 in  Robotics classes

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Nandhagopal replied | 16/12/2015

Hi...
Robotics is the technology to build robots..normally the robots need three basic logic:

SENSE---->PLAN---->ACTION---->SENSE---->PLAN---->ACTION---->........

sensor do the work sense like what the sense organs of humans do

plan is nothing but the algorithm or logic of a program that tells the robot what are the DO's & DONT's

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Hi...
Robotics is the technology to build robots..normally the robots need three basic logic:

SENSE---->PLAN---->ACTION---->SENSE---->PLAN---->ACTION---->........

sensor do the work sense like what the sense organs of humans do

plan is nothing but the algorithm or logic of a program that tells the robot what are the DO's & DONT's

action is performed accordingly to the combined output of the above two «less

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Daniel replied | 30/12/2015

Dear Shweta,

Robotics is the integrated study of Mechanical for Design, Electrical or Electronics for Control and Computers for programming (i.e., to command) all together we called as automation. Consider a small toy car it was the best example of robot, it may be wired control or wireless control. It gets automated according to the command from the user....  more»
Dear Shweta,

Robotics is the integrated study of Mechanical for Design, Electrical or Electronics for Control and Computers for programming (i.e., to command) all together we called as automation. Consider a small toy car it was the best example of robot, it may be wired control or wireless control. It gets automated according to the command from the user. Robotics is very interesting field it applies from design of small toys to high end application and even in medical field too. «less

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Bhavesh 02/12/2015 in  Robotics classes

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Skillrex replied | 02/01/2016

You may not get direct industry job opportunity into Robotics but in similar lines you can get placement into Embedded Systems & Automation. There are many companies including core IT entering into Robotics & embedded systems..It is the future boon.

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Ashok replied | 04/03/2016

Robotics and industrial automation are more related.
you can show your skills in industrial automation and can gain lot of oppurtunities.

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Rekesh 03/02/2015 in  Robotics classes

K.swaminathan details please

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Divine replied | 03/10/2015

you can visit our office for more details.

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Pradeep Kumar replied | 08/11/2015

you can visit my profile .

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Geethu 18/11/2014 in  Robotics classes

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Ashok replied | 22/02/2016

Agreed, you have limited oppurtunity in big cos. Rest are for training jobs.

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Swati replied | 13/04/2016

in India there lots of scope in robotics teaching to kids and even you can run your own academy

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