Learning How to Make Remote Controlled Robots: Workshop

posted Jan 30, 2014, 5:41 PM by Irfan Hyder   [ updated Feb 7, 2014, 4:54 PM ]
A workshop designed for students to stimulate their interest in science and hands-on work.
To encourage students to make science as their hobby.
Learning the basic principles of putting together a remote controlled robotic machine. 

  • For: Students aged 11-17 years.
  • Starting from Saturday 8th February. [Due to uncertain city situation, this first session is now moved to Sunday Feb 9. Sorry for inconvenience]
  • Duration:  18 hours spread over six Saturdays. Time 11am-2pm.
  • Per session time: 3 hours. 
  • Number of sessions: 06. 
  • Location: L2L Academy, 201/O 2 PECHS Karachi, Pakistan
  • Map and info: www.L2Lacademy.org

Workshop Description

  • Students will get knowledge about robotics and about making robots. 
  • A head-start in robotics education 
  • Mechanical structures and their underlying physics 
  • Basics of Remote Control 
  • Students to construct their own remote controlled robot 
  • Types and functionality of various robots 
  • Use of different tools i.e. multimeter, soldering iron, Vernier Calliper etc… 
  • Electronic hardware making 
  • Basics of software programming 
  • Learning the use of simulation software 
  • A certificate to be awarded on successful completion of the workshop
  • Opportunity to sell/exhibit the robot in an auction at the upcoming grand ‘March Garage’ Exhibition.