Arduino Robotics Workshop

Arduino Robotics Workshop


  • Arduino Robotics

    If you are coming in a group of 3 people you get a discount of 5 on total amount.

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About The Event

In robotics, obstacle avoidance is the task of satisfying some control objective subject to non-intersection or non-collision position constraints. In unmanned air vehicles, it is a very hot topic. What is critical about obstacle avoidance concept in this area is the growing need of usage of unmanned aerial vehicles in urban areas for especially military applications. Normally obstacle avoidance is considered to be distinct from path planning in that one is usually implemented as a reactive control law while the other involves the pre-computation of an obstacle-free path which a controller will then guide a robot along.

Nuts and Boltz introduces project based training on robotics to quench your thirst about obstacle avoidance robotics. So if you are in search of something dynamic to enrich your robotics career then just take over this workshop offered by Nuts and Boltz with the advantage of best guidance to assure your success.

This workshop is all about those steps to make your hands dirty with arduino based obstacle avoidance robotics. 

Below is the agenda of what goes on the workshop.


  • Introduction to Robotics (Obstacle Avoidance Robotics)

  • Introduction to Arduino

    • Why Arduino

    • What is Arduino

    • Setting up Arduino Environment (if not already done)

    • Writing and uploading sketches to Arduino

  • Introduction about Motors

    • Dc Motors

    • Stepper Motors

  • Controlling DC motors using Arduino

  • Introduction and setting up H Bridge Motor Driver IC

  • Introduction to sensors (IR, Ultrasonic)

  • Making the robot

Makers Project:

  • Making The Robot

  • Kit content:

    • Arduino UNO

    • Breadboard

    • Data Cable

    • Jumper wires

    • 12V Led acid rechargeable battery

    • Arduino Motor Shield

    • Full robot components (2 wheels, body frame and front support wheel)

    • Ultrasonic sensors

    *Note: We will make the robot in group. Every group will get all the kits during the training which they have to return back at the time of completion of the workshop. If any want want to buy the complete kit they can purchase it there.

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