Getting Started In A World of Robotics

Getting Started In A World of Robotics is a presentation which I have given on multiple occasions as a speaker for Project GEIT (Goans Empowered with Information Technology). Its purpose is to introduce students to the basics of hobby robotics and to inculcate a ‘how-stuff-works’ attitude towards new technology in as simple a

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Rexplorer v2

Rexplorer v2 is a fully autonomous self-mapping robot to be used for indoor purposes. My original intention was to develop a robot which could map an unknown area and relay the data to a monitoring system so as to provide real-time feedback about the layout of external environment. I ended

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A speedy visit to Bangalore

I returned from Bangalore a week back, after making a few long overdue visits. To Inventrom: After almost a year and a half, I met my mentor, Mr. Pranav Pai Vernekar (Founder-Inventrom) and had a chance to see the latest version of Inventrom’s flagship product: the Bolt 2 Internet Of Things platform.

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KUKA Robotics Training Programme

Last week, I attended a training programme at KUKA Robotics Pune from the 2nd to 4th of May. During the programme I learn’t how to jog and master the axes, calibrate the various co-ordinate systems and tools, calibrate it for different payloads and supplementary loads and also some basic logic programming. The trip to

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Techfest 2015 – IIT Bombay

Techfest 2015! IIT Bombay’s most awaited techfest was held last month from 26th to 28th December. I participated in Maze Runner, a competition which was part of an event called Technovoltz. The participants had to build an autonomous robot which could follow a white line and keep track of directions while traversing the maze. The

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