Who We Are


Every robot we build is created with a person in mind. From homes to hospitals, battlefields to businesses, we are here to help people achieve what has never been done before.

To support and encourage the development of robot technology, Robotics club offers comprehensive resources for third-party developers, providing information and products that facilitate the creation and easy integration of new payloads, behaviours and capabilities on Robotics club platforms.

Robotics club's Technology Organization performs cutting-edge research to meet the advanced needs of sponsors with integrated robotic solutions. The Technology Organization pursues R&D opportunities with leading academic research institutions, businesses and other technology innovators, leveraging experience as a systems integrator and putting together best-in-class teams of partners from a wide range of technology areas.


VISION

The unmanned aerial vehicle, equipped with appropriate sensing devices and end- effectors, is remotely controlled by means of haptic devices which allow the operator to remotely supervise the task. The operator is assumed to be a specialist in the specific application rather than a pilot. In this scenario, integrated design schemes between the remote operator and on-board automatic control will be studied according to schemes which are not fixed a priory but modified according to evolving needs and objective conditions. The vision is to develop a out-and-out "flying hand" of the operator!

Stage-1 : Aerial service robotics best practice and performance measures. The first is to define a series of performance measures both for general aerial service robotic applications and for the robotic inspections scenarios of interest for the end-user. In this respect the system has to be designed to be robust, flexible, adaptable, portable, safe, intelligent, effective and economic in achieving the desired operations.
Stage-2 : System design and control strategies for aerial robots physically interacting with the human world. The design of the entire system addressing the interaction with the environment represents one of the main contributions of this project to the field of aerial robotics and control systems design. The service robotics explicitly requires the ability to interact with the environment in terms of contact between the aircraft and objects, e.g. docking and un-docking operations required to put sensors in contact with the object to be inspected, takeoff and landing, etc. This feature requires the design of innovative robust control strategies.
Stage-3: New contribution to human-robot interaction and communication. One of objectives is to develop an advanced human-robot interface for the purpose of endowing the system with advanced action capabilities. This will be achieved by employing the state of the art in term of virtual reality and sensing technology (such as augmented reality and haptic devices) in order to allow the operator to guide the robot in the actions to be achieved by hiding the complexity of the vehicle dynamics. Ideally the aerial service robot represents a "flying hand" that allows the human to act as if she were directly on the site, allowing a level of interaction between the human and the environment that has never been reached before in the field of aerial robotics.
Stage-4 :Aerial navigation in loosely structured and densely cluttered environments. One of the main effort of the project consists into designing a framework to allow the robot to safely operate in loosely structured and possibly densely cluttered environments. In fact during the inspection of the desired infrastructure the robot is required to fly in an environment which is uncertain and only partially structured because, usually, no reliable layouts and drawings of the surroundings are available. To support these features, advanced cognitive capabilities are required, and in particular the role played by vision is of paramount importance.

Goals

*	Basics of Mechanism & Electronics.
*	Basics of Programming
*	Making of simple robots using motors
*	Analog robots using geared motors
*	Connections making on Bread board
*	Sensors working
*	Simple c language programmable robots
*	PCB soldering
*	AVR micro controllers Programming
*	Line follower robots(Analog & Programmable)
*	Edge avoider robots(Analog & Programmable)
*	Wall follower robots(Analog & Programmable)
*	IR remote controlled robots
*	Micro mouse robots(Analog & Programmable)
*	Automation robots(Analog & Programmable)
*	PC controlled robots
*	Obstacle avoider robots(Analog & Programmable)
*	PIC microcontrollers Programming
*	Wireless robots
*	Servo motors operating(Analog & Programmable)
*	Robotics workshop for every semester

Projects

QUADCOPTER

It is one type of multi rotor flying robot. It consists of four rotors so it is called as quad copter. The reason behind to design this quad copter is to use in many applications like in military appl

Android gesture controlled robot

It is a wireless gesture controlled robot. Here we can control the robot by using an application installed in an android mobile with the Bluetooth connection. As we know almost all of us an android mo

MASTER AND SLAVE ROBOTS

Both the master and slave will be having a Zigbee module interfaced to the microcontroller. The controls for the direction like move forward, backward, left and right. A zigbee module will be i

PC CONTROLLED WIRELESS ROBOT

The principle of this project is controlling of the robot by using laptop with wireless connection. This project is useful for industries for surveying in human-prohibited places.

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