What is RoboJunior?
RoboJunior is a Certified Robotics Summer Camp conceptualized by MOM AND TINY TOTS (INDIA) PVT. LIMITED in association with ARK Technosolutions to promote robotics amongst the youth right from grass roots. This workshop aims to provide a technical platform for the School and Jr. College students from grade 6 to 12. This workshop is introduced to smoothen their journey in the field of robotics and to promote robotics right from the grass roots. It consists of fundamentals and practical concepts of basic electronics, basic mechanics, robotics and its various applications.
Apart from this students will also learn the following skill sets:
- The students will learn basics concepts and will gain the practical experience while working on a robotics kit.
- What we promise the students is not just building robots, but something greater - a passion for robotics coupled with the knowledge and confidence to take on the world with their self-made machines.
|INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS AND BASICS OF ROBOTICS||WIRELESS TRANSMITTER CIRCUIT||WIRELESS TRANSMITTER CIRCUIT SENSORS|
|BASIC SYSTEM IN ROBOTICS||WIRELESS RECEIVER CIRCUIT||PROCESSING SYSTEM|
|WIRELESS ROBOTICS||INPUT SYSTEMS||PROCESSING SYSTEM|
|WIRELESS ROBOTICS||INPUT SYSTEMS||AUTONOMOUS ROBOTS|
|MECHANICS IN ROBOTICS||MODELING A ROBOT|
- DPDT Switches
- Power Supply (AC & DC Supply)
- Resistor, Capacitor & much more.
- Electromagnetic Induction
- Different Motors (DC, Servo, Stepper etc.)
|Different Types of Sensor||Robotics in Digital World|
|Introduction to Various Sensor and application||Introduction to Various Gates|
|Various IR (Infrared) Sensor||AND, OR, NAND, NOR, NOT Gates|
|Mechanical Sensor||Solving them with truth tables and their symbols|
|Robots sensing sound||Binary function in Robotics|
|Hands on session on installing & interfacing||Use of Flow chart for decision|
|Use of Flow chart for decision|
Using this kit, students will make different types of robotic vehicles which can perform various tasks like,
Wired Robot :- Here the robotic car will be controlled using DPDT / Joystick connected using 4Core ribbon cable to Robot
Wireless Robot :- Students will enjoy the actual use of radio frequencies using 434 MHz or 333 Mhz transreceiver module
Line Follower Robot :- As the name suggests our robot in this mode will follow a line. Our robot will follow white line on black surface or vice versa.
Obstacle Avoider Robot :- In obstacle avoider robot our robot will sense the obstacle and will change the path accordingly so it won’t be colliding with any obstacle.
Obstacle Follower Robot :- In obstacle follower robot our robot will sense the obstacle and will follow the object accordingly.
Photophobic Robot :- The meaning of “phobia” is to be afraid off, or fear. In photophobic robot our robot will sense the light and will try to move away from light.
Phototrophic Robot :- In phototropic robot our robot will sense the light and will try to move towards the light.
Mobile Controlled Robot :- - In the era of technology why can’t we control the robot using our mobile phone. Students will work on DTMF technology and using small IC they will control the motion of the Robot
|WORKSHOP KIT CONTENTS|
|1 Pair of RF Transreceiver Circuit||1 DTMF Module||2 Joystick / DPDT Switches|
|2 DC Motor||2 Type||3.5MM Jack|
|ARK Magic Chassis||1 Screw driver||2 9V Battery|
|2 IR Sensor||1 4Core long wire||2 Battery Snapper|
|Encoder – Decoder IC||Motor Driver Shield||2 Pin Connector|
Q: What is NRC India and why my child should attend this?
NRC India is National Robotics Championship, India’s biggest platform for showcasing talent of your child in the field of Robotics which is the future according to all tech gurus. Your child will be learning all engineering concepts and will be exposed to these robotics application and help you and your child to find out next Bill Gates
Q: Why is robotics important for my child?
NRobotics is a truly multi-disciplinary field which combines mechanical, electrical, electronics and programming domains of science. It is ideal for young students because it exposes them to hands-on applications of math, science, and engineering concepts. In addition, robotics motivates children understand how things work and encourages them to use their creativity and imagination skills during designing robots.
India is still to go a long way as far as introduction of practical element in the education system is concerned, which robotics does the fun way.
Q: What will my child gain from your camp?
RoboJunior aims at “experiencing science and technology through fun way of robotics”. Working towards this aim, the participants will be taught to design, build and program autonomous robots. In the process of learning about robotics, a student will experience the practical aspects of science and technology and develop numerous skills including problem solving, logical reasoning, creativity, communication and self-confidence.
Q: Can my child build and program robots?
Off course. Use of robotics in education i.e. educational robotics is quite a common concept in US, UK and Japan. In these countries young students (10- 15 yrs.) have taken to robotics at a very nascent stage of the education. This can be done only through good training and awareness. We will graduate a student from scratch to a complete knowledge of autonomous robotics. After this program each child will be in a position to build and program a robot.