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Robotics with Arduino

In-person workshop for students to learn how to program and control robots using Arduino

  • Ended
  • 150 US dollars
  • 3500 Capitol Avenue Fremont, CA 94538

Service Description

This is an in-person workshop where students will gain hands-on experience in building and managing a robotic vehicle using Arduino, motors, and sensors. Workshop Date and Timings: August 10 (Thursday), 10.30 am PT to 3.30 pm PT Location - Fremont (Downtown Event Center and Plaza - 3500 Capitol Avenue Fremont, CA 94538) Program Fee = $150 (Includes material fees of a STEM Kit with Arduino) Note - Students will take home a STEM kit that includes Arduino IDE, Arduino UNO board, USB cable, Breadboard, M/M Pins, M/F Pins, L298N motor driver, Motors, Robotic car kit, Ultrasonic sensor TOPICS COVERED: Lesson 1: Intro to Robotics Components Used: Computer, Arduino IDE, Arduino UNO board Arduino Components and their Uses Arduino IDE and its Features Lesson 2: Programming with Arduino Components Used: Computer, Arduino IDE, Arduino UNO board, USB cable Intro to C++ Programming How to write and upload a simple program to Arduino board Lesson 3: Introduction to Circuits Components Used: Computer, Arduino IDE, Arduino UNO board, USB cable, Breadboard, M/M Pins, M/F Pins, LED, 220-ohm resistor, Buzzer, Pushbutton switch What is a breadboard What is a resistor How to create and control a simple circuit using LEDs, buzzers, pushbutton switch, and resistors Project: Make your own mini piano Lesson 4: Sensors Components Used: Computer, Arduino IDE, Arduino UNO board, USB cable, Breadboard, M/M Pins, M/F Pins, Ultrasonic sensor, Photoresistor sensor What is an Ultrasonic sensor and how to use it What is a Photoresistor sensor and how to use it Project: Intruder Alert Project: Ambient Light Detection Lesson 5: Introduction to Motors Components Used: Computer, Arduino IDE, Arduino UNO board, USB cable, Breadboard, M/M Pins, M/F Pins, L298N motor driver, Motors What is a motor driver and how does it control motors Writing code to control a motor Lesson 6: Build Your Own Obstacle Avoiding/Object Following Robot Components: Computer, Arduino IDE, Arduino UNO board, USB cable, Breadboard, M/M Pins, M/F Pins, L298N motor driver, Motors, Robotic car kit, Ultrasonic sensor Final Project Showcase - At the end of the workshop, students will showcase their Robots


Contact Details

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