An important tool used to design, in general, a realm of assemblies before actually getting them manufactured. This tool proves to be useful in UG courses such TA201 and TA202, and is used extensively in a variety of projects carried out at the institute. Oct-24, Venue: Windows Lab, NCL @ 8pm
A practical hands-on experience on how we use micro-controllers like Arduino Uno to perform tasks in real world through motors and sensors particularly the Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU). Oct-25, Venue: Windows Lab, NCL @ 8pm
IMU & more on micro-controllers and how to use microprocessors like Raspberry Pi and how to interact with them. Oct-26, Venue*: L-16 @ 8pm
An introductory to the most commonly used control system theory in robotics. A major take-away from the lecture would be designing and tuning your own low-level controllers for a system (in this case actuators) to perform as desired. The lecture would cover on common controllers mainly the PD and PID regulators. Oct-27, Venue*: L-16 @ 8pm
A brief about a variety of concepts in robotics such as workspace and configuration space. The lecture would also introduce maze search algorithms (such A* and Djikistra) and combinatorial algorithms (cell decomposition). Oct-28, Venue*: L-16 @ 8pm
A brief about a variety of concepts in robotics such as workspace and configuration space. The lecture would also introduce maze search algorithms (such A* and Djikistra) and combinatorial algorithms (cell decomposition). Oct-29, Submission Deadline: 23:59
Smart Street Light Solution Oct-30, Venue*: Multipurpose Room, New Sac
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Won 1st prize in "Techkriti Inovation Challenge" and 1st and 3rd prize in "Wild-Soccer"
Bagged silver medal in two events "Hardware" and "Embedded"
Won the first prize in Wild-Soccer.
The paper was released in International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology. Click here for the paper.
Done by first years students during summers, the robot is capable of transforming in many orientations/positions.
The ideal project does not exist, each time there is the opportunity to realize an approximation.
The Robotics Club of IIT Kanpur is a fraternity, not just a group but a faction of such students whose passions dwell in beholding wires and metal beget a machine that has a brain of its own. It's here, that seeds of lecturing are sown by those experienced and erudite, nurtured by the interested and novice , pruned by minute yet unprecedented errors and harvested in competitions all over India. The Club offers indispensible guidance, workshops and tutorials along with tools, equipments, components and workspace. The family meets periodically to discuss over matters such as the management of the workspace, workshops, projects and competitions. We welcome anyone, with or without prior knowledge, who wishes to be a part of this fraternity. There are no pre-requisites to join because we have members that believe in the transfer of knowledge, especially that which concerns our precious interest in Robotics.
Clear your doubts!
Students from any batch or branch, stydying in IIT Kanpur, who has interest in robotics, is free to be a part of the club activities.
There is no official way to join the club. Just attend lectures and participate to be a part of the club.
No prerequisite as such. Just be enthusiastic and sincere to join the club.
Attend lectures and refer to the tutorial section in the club website for datasheets , eBooks and links. If still any doubt persists then “google it”.
Nothing to worry about, just contact the secretary in your respective halls and do attend lectures in future.
The basic programming is done in C, so you can write the logic of the program in main cc in a .txt file and then contact the secretary in your hall to get it finalised to be programmed into your bot.
Just contact the resource manager secretary and fill the ‘component issuing form’ being set as home page of chrome browser in the club’s computer (you can alse find the link to this form on the sidebar). You may have to submit caution money.
See Rules and Regulations.
Contact any of the secretaries, he/she will provide you with the keys of the club so that you can work there. Storage room is out-of-bounds, so you will have to get your components issued before-hand.
Prepare an abstract describing the idea and its possible implementation. Present the abstract to the club co-ordinators.
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|Shruti Joshiemail@example.com||8655776949, 7054177922||A-512/GHT|
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