Robotics brings together several very different engineering areas and skills. Knowledge in Mechanical structures, Electronics, Electricity, & Programming are required for developing even the basic robots.

This workshop provides the basic concepts of Robotics, help participants to learn electronics & programming for developing three and four wheeled robots for various applications. The syllabus has systematically designed so that, students can learn from the basics and design their own robots in future.

Proposed Programme Highlights

  • Two day exclusive training on Robotics
  • 80% of training will be hands-on / Practical sessions
  • Specially designed Robotic basic Kits (take away option also available)
  • Inbuilt WiFi enabled ESP8266 based control boards.
  • Follow up trainings and continued support are offered even after current training, based on request
  • 90 day free online support.

 Expected outcome

After completion of this workshop, the participants will understand the basics of robots, microcontrollers & WiFi technology, Designing and developing four or three wheeled robots for various applications.

 Proposed Training Scheme

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Day 1






Introduction to Robotics

  • Why Robots
  • Types of Robots

General Robot Structure: Components

  • Wheels
  • Arms
  • Motors
  • Gears
  • Sensors
  • Communication Modules
  • Casing Materials
  • Nuts & Bolts
  • Processor

ESP8266 Basics

  • Arduino Uno R3 Board familiarization
  • Features
  • Pin-out
  • Applications

Arduino IDE for ESP8266

  • Setup & Loops
  • Libraries
  • Familiarizing Arduino IDE for

ESP8266 IO Port

  • Output: Simple LED blinking
  • Input: LED controlled by an external switch


  • Interfacing Sensors: Voltmeter
  • Temperature Sensor



  • Simple DC Motor
  • Geared DC Motor
  • Stepper Motor
  • Servo Motor
  • BLDC Motor

Motor Driver for Geared DC Motor

  • Different motor drivers
  • Uni Directional & Bidirectional drivers
  • L293 explanation

Interfacing Geared DC Motor

  • Uni Directional Control
  • Bidirectional Control

Your first Robot: Keypad controlled Robot



Day 2


ESP8266 WiFi

  • Access point
  • Station
  • Creating a station with ESP8266
  • Connecting to Smartphone hotpot

Creating a local Server

  • Server name & Port address
  • Client IP Address / Remote IP
  • Acquiring data from Clients
  • HTTP Request & Responses
  • Examples

Creating  Android APP with MIT AppInventor

  • GUI Design
  • Back end with Blocks
  • Generating .apk file
  • Installing app in Smart Phone


Mini Project II

Mart Phone Controlled Robot (Robot movement is controlled through WiFi from a Smart Phone Application )

Mini Project II

Terrain Robot (Wireless control robot sending terrain parameters like temperature to the smartphone through wifi )

 Facilities to be provided by the college

  1. A Seminar Room / Lab to seat up all the participants
  2. Minimum students required: 28
  3. Participants may be grouped into teams of four (organizers can decide on this).
  4. At least 1 computer for each team.
  5. A Projector, Large Screen and Cordless Collar Microphone-Speaker Arrangement.
  6. The class arrangement should be such that all participants can use their PCs while watching the slides on the projector screen.
  7. A White/Black Board for illustrations.
  8. All the computers for the workshop should have USB enabled serial ports with Windows based Operating system
  9. Power Supply for each Groups

 Workshop Charges & Offerings

  • Workshop Charges:
    • Please contact us for financial details
  • Certificate will be issued for every participant
  • Free 90 Day online support