Robotics is the domain where people work with the development and use of robots. A robot is a machine that typically differ from others as it close the loop between perception and action in a dynamic physical environment (some people exclude the physical word, I consider it as an important distinction).

It is composed of sensors (to perceive the environment), actuators (in order to interact with the environment) and a processing unit (a computer) that allow to close the loop and decide what actions should be done based on current perceived context.

A key concept of robotics is the aim toward autonomy; meaning that the robot can act with minimum “user” input. Autonomy is different from intelligence: a cockroach is probably more autonomous than a 2 year old baby, I would not argue that it is smarter. Similarly a robot can complete autonomy by simple local reaction or AI techniques allowing it to project the impact of its action and aim toward a set of goals. Nowadays most robot try to balance both reaction and projection in a hybrid form in order to be able to act flexibly in the world while still directed toward some objective (should it be a high level goal or a simple way-point).

EXACKT TECHFLEETERS offer Certification program in  Robotics and Embedded Systems. This course is designed to offer practical and application oriented training facilitating a real time exposure to students, there by bridging the gap between the industry requirements and their academic skill sets. This program presents practical methodology and techniques for use in designing, implementing, integrating and testing modern Robotic systems. 

Our aim is to impart those technical skills to students right from level zero to advanced level such that, by the end of the program the student is developed as the finished product, ready to join industry. Team EXACKT try and put all efforts to provide best Robotics and Embedded Systems training to their students.

Module Name
 EXACKT’s Robotics & Embedded Systems
 Certification By EXACKT TECHFLEETERS PRIVATE LIMITED (An ISO 9001:2015 Certified Company)
 Duration 60/90/120 Hours
 Practical 64+ Practical to be covered
 Projects 55+ Projects to be covered

KEY TECHNOLOGIES COVERED:

  • AVR ATMega8, ATMega16, ATMega328
  • Display Devices (LED, SSD, LCD)
  • Motors (DC, Stepper, Servo)
  • Robotics & Its Mechanics
  • Relay, DTMF, PWM, Keypad Matrix
  • Sensors (IR, LDR, Sound, PIR, Piezo, Temperature, LPG, Touch, Moisture, Ultrasonic, Accelerometer)
  • Communication (Wired/Wireless)
  • Protocols (USART, Bluetooth, XBee, RFID, GSM, GPS)
  • EEPROM, Interrupts
  • GUI Development
  • Arduino
  • PCB Designing & Fabrication

Key Benefits for Students:

  1. In-depth knowledge sharing by Exceptionally Qualified and Professional Trainers actively involved in Research & Development.
  2. A 100% practical approach with Learning by Doing Attitude to make it simpler and interesting.
  3. 15 Minutes for Queries is dedicated for each day
  4. Practical Robotics Kit to Students for hands-on Purpose.
  5. Each Participant will get Certificate
  6. Free Study Material (Soft Copy) to each participant.
  7. Life Time Membership with EXACKT TECHFLEETERS Group

Robotics & Embedded Systems

  • Embedded Systems & Robotics: Definition, Significance, Need, Future
  • Careers in Embedded Systems
  • Why EXACKT for this training?
  • Basic Block Diagram of Embedded System
  • Understanding the Logic Standards in Electronics
  • Making a Simple DC Power Supply
  • Various MCUs and AVR Microcontrollers
  • Pin Description & Architecture of AVR MCU
  • ATMega8, ATMega16, ATMega328
  • Installation of Software Tools
  • GPIO Operations in AVR
  • Introduction with Embedded C & its basic control statements
  • Writing & Building codes on AVR Studio
  • Simulating AVR based Circuits
  • LED: Construction, Working
  • Interfacing LED with AVR
  • Installation of Software Tools
  • GPIO Operations in AVR
  • Need, Types & Working Concept
  • Interfacing of SSD with Microcontroller
  • Multiplexing of SSDs to Display Multiple Digits
  • Buzzer: Working, Interfacing
  • Benefits of Matrix Arrangement of LEDs,
  • Working of LED Matrix
  • Interfacing of LED Matrix with AVR
  • Basic Functioning of any Motor
  • Various Types of Motors & Their Working Phenomenon
  • Importance of Motors in Robotics
  • Need of Motor Driver Circuit
  • H-Bridge Concept
  • Detailed Description of Motor Driver IC (L293D)
  • Understanding the Need & Definition
  • Various Types of Sensors
  • IR Sensors:Line of Sight Phenomenon
  • IR Range, IR Sensor Circuit
  • Voltage Comparator IC for Digital Mode
  • LDR Sensor:Definition, Phenomenon
  • Taking Digital Input in AVR MCU
  • Display Devices:Evolution & Future of Technologies
  • Pin Description of 16×2 Alphanumeric LCD
  • Inbuilt Memory & Its Registers
  • Modes of Operations,
  • LCD Commands
  • Creation of Functions to Print & Control
  • Interfacing 16×2 LCD in 8-Bit Mode
  • Interfacing 16×2 LCD in 4-Bit Mode
  • Printing a Single Character on Various Places in LCD
  • Printing a String of Characters Directly
  • Printing Table of a Numeric Digit
  • Generating simple Animations on LCD (Rotation, Sand Clock etc.)
  • Concept of Memory Mapping in LCD
  • Defining & Using the Custom Shapes
  • Printing a Custom Shape on LCD
  • Keys/Switches:Types, Significance
  • The Pull Up Concept
  • Polling Process, Interfacing Switches
  • Press and Hold Concept of Switches
  • Matrix Arrangement of Keys & its Advantages
  • Taking Input from Keypad Matrix
  • Creating a Function to take Keypad Input to AVR
  • Concept of DTMF Encoding & Decoding
  • Concept of Dual Tone Multiple Frequencies
  • DTMF Encoding & Decoding Circuits
  • Interfacing of DTMF Module with AVR
  • Construction, Working, Applications
  • Transistorized Circuit to Drive Relay
  • Inductor Driver IC (ULN Series)
  • Considerations for Real Time Data
  • Inbuilt ADC Circuits & Register of AVR
  • Creating Function to Read External Analog Information
  • Configuring ADC Pre-scalars in AVR
  • SOUND SENSOR:Concept of Sound Detection, Working Circuitry
  • PIR SENSOR:Concept of Pyro-Electricity, Calibration
  • Moisture Sensor:Construction, Concept, Working Circuit
  • Temperature Sensor:Construction, Concept, Scaling Factor
  • Gas Sensor:LPG/Smoke Detector, Construction, Concept, Pin-out
  • Accelerometer:MEMS Technology
  • 3-Axis Accelerometer Interfacing with AVR
  • Touch Screen:Concept of Touch Sensing
  • Types, Working of Various Touch Screens
  • Interfacing of Resistive Touch Screen
  • Definition & of Communication
  • Radio Frequency: Range, Significance, Applications
  • Encoding and Decoding of Information
  • Interfacing of RF Modules with AVR
  • Sending and Receiving Binary Data from one MCU to other using RF Modules
  • Process, Resources & Outline
  • Introduction with Layout Designing
  • Key Aspects, Rules & Techniques
  • Masking, Etching, Drilling Process
  • Component Mounting & Soldering
  • Testing of final PCB
  • Interrupts:Definition, Significance, Advantages
  • Various Types of Interrupts in AVR (Hardware, Software)
  • Working with Hardware Interrupts & their Service Routines
  • Significance of Timer/Counters
  • Concept of Analog Output Generation
  • Description of AVR’s Inbuilt Timers
  • Controlling Amplitude & Frequency (PWM)
  • Taking Use of Counters
  • Generating various tones using speaker
  • Using software interrupt for counter operations
  • Ultrasonic Sensor:Concept of Ultrasonic Waves
  • Working and Interfacing of Ultrasonic Sensor with AVR
  • Measuring and Displaying Distance of Objects
  • RS232 Protocol, Baud Rate versus Bit Rate
  • Registers of Inbuilt UART in AVR MCU
  • Logic Level Converter Circuitry
  • Configuring of AVR UART for Serial Communication
  • Sending and Receiving Data from PC/Laptop to MCU
  • Bluetooth:Protocol, Range, Application
  • Understanding a Bluetooth Module Working
  • Connecting an AVR with Laptop and Mobile using Bluetooth Module
  • Bluetooth AT Commands
  • Communication between two Microcontrollers using Bluetooth
  • RFID:Technology, Concept of Tags, Circuitry
  • Interfacing of RFID Reader with AVR
  • Displaying RFID Tag IDs on LCD
  • EEPROM:Significance, Description, Capacity
  • Accessing/Modifying Data in Inbuilt EEPROM of AVR
  • Introduction to mobile communication
  • Introduction to GSM terminology
  • GSM Frequency bands, SIM
  • GSM AT Commands
  • GSM Network testing in GSM Modem
  • GSM AT Commands testing for reading SMS, dial a number
  • GSM call answering / halt operations
  • Sending SMS from GSM modem to another mobile
  • GSM AT Commands for working with DTMF Signals
  • GSM AT Commands to send Email
  • Introduction to GPS
  • Satellites and its Orbits
  • Range, Accuracy and Tracking
  • GPS Network Testing & Location Coordinates
  • Use of Arduino and similar tools for IoT
  • Features of AVR Mega328/2560 based Arduino
  • Description of Complete Hardware Structure & Pin-out
  • Introduction with Embedded C/C++
  • Programming an Arduino Board
  • Interfacing with Peripherals
  • Introduction with TSOP, Modes of Operations, Protocols
  • Decoding of Received Information
  • Creating Database for various button inputs from TV Remote
  • Introduction with Inter IC Communication Techniques
  • Software Library for I2C
  • RTC Memory Circuitry (DS1307 Clock IC)
  • Interfacing of RTC with AVR
  • Pin-out & Description of Various Storage Cards
  • Interfacing of Micro-SD Card with AVR
  • Introduction, Advantages of XBEE
  • Mesh Network Concept & Configuration
  • XBEE Routing and addressing, Security
  • The Significance of GUI over CLI
  • Introduction with Processing/MATLAB Tool
  • Basic Commands and Interface
  • Developing a UI Design
  • Processing Commands for Serial Communication
  • Creating an Executable File
  • Creating Buttons to send/receive Serial Data over Serial Line
  • Controlling LEDs using GUI Application
  • Voice Controlling Concept
  • Introduction with MATLAB
  • Instrument Controlling Tool in MATLAB
  • Sampling, Digitization & Conditioning of Signals
  • Network Protocols: TCP-IP, UDP, FTP
  • Accessing Server from Client Systems using UDP Network Protocol
  • SMTP Servers, Setting up GMAIL SMTP Server Client
  • Sending Mails using GUI & AVR MCUs

List of Projects to be covered during Training/Internship
1. Timer Based Alarm
2. Traffic Light Prototype
3. Mini Display Screen
4. Touch Less LED Switch
5. Bidirectional Object Counter
6. Autonomous Robotic Car
7. Follow-Me Bot
8. Never-Falling Bot
9. Grid Counter Bot
10. Mobile Controlled Robot
11. Spy Toy Car
12. Virtual Switch
13. Mobile Controlled Automation
14. Clap Controlled Bulb
15. Theft Detection System with Alarm
16. Soil Moisture Based Pump Controller
17. Digital Clock
18. Animation Message Display
19. Flying Butterfly Wishes
20. Visitor Counter
21. Digital Stop Watch
22. Password Based Locker
23. Basic Calculator
24. Animation Game
25. Color Matching Machine
26. Smart Energy Saving Light Bulb
27. Digital Thermometer
28. Smart Nose for Smoke Detection
29. Fist Controlled Bot
30. Touch Screen Based Pattern Locking System
31. Digital Tachometer
32. Smart Obstacle Avoider Robot with Speed Controller
33. Wireless Remote Controlled Bulb
34. RF Remote Operated Bot
35. PC Controlled Lamp Lights
36. Mobile Controlled Bot
37. Smartphone based Office Automation
38. Automatic Vehicle Toll Collection & Identification
39. Theft Detection System with SMS Alerts
40. Basic Cellphone Prototype
41. ATM Prototype with SMS Alerts for User
42. Live Navigator System for Field Job Employee
43. Student Departure & Arrival Tracking with SMS Alerts
44. Centralized Field Data Acquisition System
45. Wireless Data Logger System
46. Real Time Clock System
47. TV Remote Controlled AC Appliances
48. GUI Controlled Home Automation
49. Wireless Voice Controlled Robot using PC
50. Advanced Mall/Showroom Security System with Intruder Photo Emailing Feature
51. IoT Based Home Automation System
52. Authentication based Website controlled Lamp
53. Smart Grid Energy monitoring over IoT using XBEE Mesh network
54. IoT based Kids/People trackers Using wearable for child safety
55. Temperature Logger on Social Media

Who Can Attend This Program?

  • Students of BE/BTech/ME/MTech and Electronic Hobbyists can join this program
  • Basic knowledge of C Programming, Electronic Terminologies, and Eagerness to learn new Technologies would be an aided advantage

Fee Structure

    • INR 8,500/- for the 4 Week (30 Days) Program
    • INR 10,500/- for the 6 Week (45 Days) Program
    • INR 12,500/- for the 8 Week (60 Days) Program

NOTE: Group discount policies are applicable

Registration Process

  • Fill the Registration Form Correctly, given at below mentioned link.
  • Deposit Registration Fee, minimum of 1,000/- in EXACKT’s Bank Account (Cash/Cheque/Transfer)
  • The Registration would be successful, only after successful reception of payment
  • Here is the Link for Registration Form
  • You can download the Registration Form from here
  • Fill that form carefully with all required details mentioned
  • Submit this form at any of our Training Center with Registration Fees in Cash/DD/Cheque and collect a Receipt for the same

Payment Options

Deposit/Transfer (Online) Course Fees to our Bank Account, and e-mail us the scanned copy of Bank’s Deposit Slip along with above mentioned document at info@exackt.com   The Bank Details are as follows
Bank Name State Bank of India
Account Name EXACKT TECHFLEETERS OPC PRIVATE LIMITED
Account Number 37859616724
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