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Robo-Begin is Autonomous Robotics Workshop for Beginners to step into the world of Autonomous Robotics. The Workshop focuses on the design & development of basic autonomous Robots like Obstacle avoider, Edge detector, Light follower and Line follower. The above mentioned robots are designed using IR sensor. The IR sensor used here are basically reflectance sensor which are a type of active IR sensors. The pair consist of an IR transmitter (LED) & IR receiver (Photodiode). Both the sensors are arranged in such a way that that light from emitter LED bounces off an external object and is reflected into photodiode. Amount of light reflected into the receiver depends upon the reflectivity of the surface. These are basically employed for intrusion detection, object detection (measures the presence of an object), wall tracking (detecting distance from the wall), surface feature detection (detects the painted or taped surface), edge detection etc. It includes a detailed study structure, delivered & demonstrated live by our experts on "Making a Various Autonomous Robots".

The beginning is always the trickiest. Once the students are familiar with the basic stepping tools of building a robot, they can further develop & implement it according to the requirements. So the key is keeping it much simpler in the first few steps.

We at ABLab Solutions would get you closer to the robotics domain so that you can fulfill many of your long overdue wishes: "Making a Various Autonomous Robots".


Program Benefits

  • Clear your fundamentals of Robotics
  • Build & develop your own Obstacle avoider, Edge detector, Light follower and Line follower Robot
  • Gain conceptual knowledge on Robotics, Embedded C, ATmega16, Analog IR Sensor, Light Sensor, etc.
  • Get trained by experts.
  • Awarded certificate on "Robo-Begin"
  • Live Demos and Interactive Question & Answer sessions
  • Get useful Materials

Learning Outcomes

  • How to use different Embedded software tools
  • How to write program for ATmega16
  • How to interface LED with AT mega 16
  • How to generate different patterns in LED array
  • How to interface DC Motor Driver with ATmega16
  • How to interface Analog IR Sensor with ATmega16
  • How to drive a motor using DC Motor Driver
  • How to build a Obstacle Avoider Robot
  • How to build a Edge Detector Robot
  • How to build a Light Follower Robot
  • How to build a Line Follower Robot

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Robotics
  • Different types of Robots
  • Manual and Autonomous Robots
  • Overview of Basic Electronics
  • Overview of Digital electronics
  • Different types of Sensors
  • Different types of Actuators
  • AVR Software Tools-AVR Studio, WinAVR, SinaProg
  • Introduction to ATmega16
  • Features of ATmega16
  • I/O Port of ATmega16
  • LED Interfacing with ATmega16
  • Different LED Pattern Generation
  • H-Bridge Driver
  • DC Motor Driver
  • L293D based DC Motor Driver Interfacing with ATmega16 in 5V Mode
  • L293D based DC Motor Driver Interfacing with ATmega16 in PWM Mode
  • Analog to Digital Converter(ADC)
  • Analog to Digital Converter of ATmega16 with LED Display
  • Analog IR Sensor
  • Analog IR Sensor Interfacing with ATmega16 and LED Display
  • Obstacle Avoider Algorithm
  • Obstacle Avoider Robot with ATmega16 using Analog IR Sensor
  • Edge Detector Algorithm
  • Edge Detector Robot with ATmega16 using Analog IR Sensor
  • Light Follower Algorithm
  • Light Follower Robot with ATmega16 using Analog Light Sensor
  • Line Follower Algorithm
  • Line Follower Robot with ATmega16 using Analog IR Sensor


Kits Detail

Name / Unit Price Quantity Total Price
AVR Trainer Board-100 with ATmega16
Rs. 700
1 Rs.700
AVR USB Programmer
Rs. 350
1 Rs.350
DC Motor Driver
Rs. 200
1 Rs.200
Analog IR Sensor
Rs. 30
3 Rs.90
Analog Light Sensor
Rs. 30
2 Rs.60
1 to 1 Connector-Female to Female
Rs. 4
10 Rs.40
10 to 10 FRC Female to Female Connector
Rs. 15
2 Rs.30
Robot V 4.1
Rs. 330
1 Rs.330

Softwares, Installation Guides, User Guides

Course Duration

The duration of the workshop will be of 16 hours (2 days) which includes both theory and practical sessions.