Training & Workshop

Unique features of this Internship program


Industry/Job oriented training: The content is very close to what industries demand these days.

Exposure to advanced robotics: Training covers the engineering behind some of the most advanced robots developed in the world and what it takes to build them.

Collaboration for students’ final year projects: Selected students may carry on their final year projects* with the company.

Most interactive hardware and software tools: Most of the hardware used in the training is from Arduino family which is the most popular among robotics community in the world. There is a vast collection of freely available libraries on internet for this particular hardware.

Analytical approach for training: As per the company’s philosophy, we emphasize upon the in-depth engineering analysis part. We believe that physical and practical analysis of the results is even more important than just getting the results.b in engineering field

 Internship and Workshop on Advanced Robotics


A. First Day

1. First session: 1 hour (Introduction to Robotics)

  •  Categories and classification of robots
  • Usage and application of robots in industries

2. Second session: 1 hour (Electrical and Electronics of Industrial Robots)

  • Embedded Systems and Industrial controllers
  • Position, speed and current control of Robotics Actuators

3. Third session: 3 hours (Demonstrations)

  • Self-Balancing Robot (Prototype for Segway, a two wheeled, person transporter)
  • Practical demonstration of MPU6050 Gyroscope chip used in RC Aircrafts, Mobile phones
  • Quadcopter and its functionalities
  • Dual Prosthetic Arm and Introduction to Microsoft Kinect (Video demonstration), Gestures reader

B. Second Day

4. Fifth session: 4 hours (Advanced Robotics)

  • Kinematics, Dynamics and Controls of Industrial robots

5. Fourth session: 2 hours (Dynamic Controls Schemes )

  • Detailed discussion on dynamics control schemes
  • Practical demonstration of PID controller

C. Third Day

6. Sixth session: 6 hours (Continuation of Fifth session)

  • Attending queries and doubts on Advanced Robotics
  • Scope of jobs in industries in Robotics field
  • Career counseling on skill sets required to get job in engineering field

Internship and Workshops on Basics Robotics


 A. First Day:

1. First session: 3 hours
Introduction to robotics

  • Categories and classification of robots
  • Usage and application of robots in industries
  • Building blocks of Robots (Motors, Sensors, Batteries, Controllers etc.)

Introduction to Embedded systems

  • Digital Electronics and Microcontroller Operation in details (General to all microcontrollers)

2. Second session: 3 hours

Hardware Hands-On experience (Using Arduino UNO Microcontroller)

  • LeD, 7-segment display, principle of moving displays etc.
  • PWM generation using delays and timers
  • Speed control of a DC motor using Pulse Width Modulation(PWM) technique

B. Second Day:

3. Third session: 3 hours

Continue more hands-on on hardware

  • Position control of a servo motor and stepper motor using PWM
  • Sensors Interface (Infrared)
  • DC motor open loop control using infrared sensor command

4. Fourth session: 3 hours

Application of above learnt concepts to build one of the robots

  • Serial arm robot
  • Line following robot

C. Third Day:

5. Fifth session: 2 hours

Explanation of Proportional-Integral-Derivative control, used very commonly in industries

  • Detailed discussion on PID controls
  • Practical demonstration of PID controller

6. Sixth session: 4 hours

  • Introduction to Advanced Robotics (Kinematics, Dynamics and Controls of Industrial robots)
  • Scope of jobs in industries in Robotics field
  • Career counseling on skill sets required to get job in engineering field
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