Tryst 2018 IIT Delhi
Bluetooth Robotics Workshop
Let your Robot take U-Turn using Bluetooth based Android Smart Phone!!!
We have come with Bluetooth Robotics Workshop based on HC-05 / HC-06 & AVR Micro-Controllers.
This workshop mainly focuses on the students eager to learn Robotics from Basic. HC-05 / HC-06 based Bluetooth Controlled Robot works in heeding with the commands sent from Android based Smart Phone using a Developed Android Application and Bluetooth Technology. This workshop helps participants to understand the designing concepts and use of microcontrollers, serial communication and microcontroller programming in Embedded 'C' language.
The duration of this workshop will be 1 day , with 3 Sessions , 3 hours each, properly divided into theory and hand on practical sessions.
Certificate by RoboTryst 2018 in Association With Tryst 2018 IIT Delhi
Best Suited for : All B.Tech/B.E./BCA/BSc Students
Day 1 (Session 1)
Introduction to Basics of Robotics
- Operational Amplifier
- Integrating Circuit
- Interfacing of Sensors
- Motors and Controlling Circuit
- Interfacing of Motors
Introduction to Microcontrollers
This session would deal with the basics of Microcontroller. The focus will be on the AVR series micro controller- ATMega8, which is one of the most powerful and widely used 8 bit micro controller.
- What is Microcontroller?
- Difference between Microcontroller and Microprocessor.
- Microcontroller Architecture and Interfacing.
- How can we use Microcontroller in our Own Circuits?
Day 1 (Session 2)
Introduction to Programming Languages
- Programming Languages- Assembly vs Embedded C.
- Microcontroller Programming using 'Embedded C'.
Introduction to Wireless System
- What is Wireless System
- Working of Wireless System
- Different Wireless Modules
- Merits and Demerits of using Wireless Technology
- Introduction to Bluetooth Technology
- Working with Bluetooth Module (HC-05 / HC-06)
- Application of Bluetooth Technology in Robotics
Introduction to Serial Communication
- Difference between Serial and Parallel Communication
- Mode of Communication
- RS232 Standard
- Use of USART Protocol
- Interfacing of Bluetooth Module with Microcontroller
Discussion on Different Algorithms
- Line Following Robot Algorithms
- Edge Avoiding Robot Algorithm
- Obstacle Avoider Robot Algorithm
- Wall Following Robot Algorithm
- Bluetooth Controlled Robot Algorithm
Installation of Software and Debugging
- Writing your First 'Embedded C' Program in AVR Studio.
- Program Compilation and Debugging.
- Loading Compiled 'C' Program into Microcontroller using Robosapiens 'AVR BOOTFlasher v1.0 Beta'
Day 1 (Session 3)
Assembling the DIY kit of Robosapiens iBOT Mini V3.0
Assembling plays a major role that deals with the mechanical section of Robotics including mounting of components and mechanical stability.
Generating different LED Patterns using Robosapiens iBOT Mini V3.0
Development of Line Following Robot using Robosapiens iBOT Mini V3.0
As the name suggests, Line Follower Robot is well programmed mobile machine that can follow a path visible like Black Line on White Surface or vice versa. A simple fuzzy logic will do the job of maneuvering the robot according to the Line Following Algorithm discussed in session 2.
Development of Bluetooth Controlled Robot using HC-05 / HC-06 & Robosapiens iBOT Mini V3.0
Bluetooth Controlled Robot is a mobile machine that is controlled using the Bluetooth Technology of the Android Phone and the Bluetooth Module (HC-05 / HC-06) interfaced to Robosapiens iBOT Mini V3.0
Project to be Covered
- Black Line Follower
- White Line Follower
- Edge Avoider Robot
- Wall Follower Robot
- Bluetooth Controlled LEDs
- Bluetooth Controlled Robot
- Sound Operated Robot (Optional)
- DTMF Controlled Robot (Optional)
1x (Robosapiens Atmega8 mini Robotics Development Board V4.0)
- Programming via boot loading through USB Port or 6-Pin ISP (In System Programming) cable.
- Driver Software not required (Plug & Play device).
- Three ports available for user interface: PORTB-8 Pin, PORTC-7 Pin, PORTD-8 Pin
- External Reset Switch
- On board crystal oscillator of 12 MHz frequency.
- On board LCD interface port.
- HXD® BUZZER for audible interaction with the users.
- Dedicated DTMF decoder IC module plug-in slot.
- Two supply inputs: One through battery and Second through Adapter.
- On board 5 volt regulated power supply for the board and external peripherals.
- Two H-Bridge implemented on the board using L293D IC to drive two DC motor with 1A drive current at voltages 4.5 to 36 volt.