Autonomous Robotics:
An autonomous robot is a robot that performs behaviors or tasks with a high degree of autonomy, which is particularly desirable in fields such as space exploration, cleaning floors, mowing lawns, and waste water treatment.

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Session 1: Introduction

• Introduction to Robotics
• Robotics and its application
• Definition, of the Robots
• Future of Robotics
• Basic Parts for build a robot
• Power Supply
• Motors
• DC Motors: Construction & Characteristics

Session-2: Basic Electronics & Motor Driver Using H-Bridge
• Basic Electronics Component
• Fundamental of Electronics Component
• Resistor
• Transistor
• Capacitor
• Diode
• DC Motor Drivers
• H-Bridge Motor Driver
• Working of H-bridge & Concept
• L293D Motor driver IC
• Internal Circuit of IC
• Hands on Session for H-Bridge interfacing

Session-3: Sensors
• Introduction to Sensor
• Types Of Sensors
• Working principle of IR Sensor
• Op-amp
• Circuit of IR Sensor

Session-4: Introduction to microcontroller & Embedded C Programming
• What is microcontroller?
• Difference Between microcontroller & microprocessor?
• Introduction to Atmega 8 /16 microcontroller
• Architecture of the AVR Microcontroller
• How can we use an own microcontroller in our own circuit?
• Pin description of the microcontroller
• How to use I/O of the microcontroller
• Embedded C Programming for the Microcontroller
• Introduction to AVR Studio and Win AVR
• Introduction to C ,Flow Control and function
• Program structure and debugging
• How to programme a microcontroller

Session-5: Line Follower Robot without using Microcontroller
• Sensors: IR type sensors, Sound Sensor
• Photodiode and IR LED, Interfacing of IR Sensors
• Logic/algorithms
• Interfacing of Motor Driver circuit
• Hands on for designing and development for Line Following Robot

Session 6: Sound controlled Robot, Wired Robot
• Writing and burning  Line follower Program
• Testing and debugging  Line follower Program