In lines of The Digital India and Skill India programme of the Government of India with a vision to transform India into a digitally empowered and skilled society with innovative minds and knowledge economy, Robotics Society in leadership of Dr. Sanjay Malhotra setup a Laboratory in collaboration with e-Yantra, IIT Bombay. This lab is an integral part of the efforts of Ministry of Human Resource Development’s (MHRD) National Mission on Education through ICT (NMEICT) to promote education in embedded systems and robotics throughout the country.
Students of the Department of Physics and Electronics are working hard to develop various robots and other projects which may help the society in various sectors. This will also help the students to establish themselves as innovators and entrepreneurs. Students and faculty members also participated and got positions in various competitions at various IITs and other engineering colleges.
Students of Department of Physics and Electronics are working hard to develop various robots which may help the society in various sectors. This will also help the students to establish themselves as innovators and entrepreneur. A team of students is selected by talent search program initiated by ANALOG DEVICES INDIA to develop an exoskeleton arm that can be worn as biological arm. This arm may be useful in rehabilitation and physiotherapy centres and warehouses. This project was appreciated by various academicians, scientists and technocrats at various platforms namely Indian Technological Day (ITD) at Bangalore and Antardhvani (Delhi University) 2015.
12 projects have been successfully completed this year namely - Gesture Control Robot communicated via Bluetooth Module, Remote Control Aero plane, Exoskeleton Arm, Maze-solving Line Follower Robot, Gesture Control Robot communicated via Xbee Module, Self-Balancing Robot, Robowar Robot, Toxic Gas Sensing Robot, Obstacle Avoiding Robot, IC Testing Board, Temperature and Humidity Instrument, Walkie-Talkie, Noise Detector and Voice Recorder.
The students are currently working on 3 projects namely Propeller Display, Automated Car based on Image Processing, RFID based Door Lock.