Water rocket workshop is specifically designed to provide the right knowledge to the aspiring Rocket Science. Water rockets can arouse and develop student's curiosity, which can extend the horizon of student's learning and experience beyond science. In the initial stage, children's interest will focus on how far they can fly their rockets.
A Hexapod robot is a mechanical robot that walks on six legs.The Hexapod Robotics Workshop aims to impart practical understanding of the concepts of parallel kinematic motion through applications of Servo Motors, Arduino, Microcontroller programming and Wireless communication – essential for designing and controlling a Hexapod.
Obstacle avoiding robots actually avoid obstacles using sensors like ultrasonic or IR sensors where they calculate by transmission and receiving of radiations. These kinds of technology can be used in automated automobiles or trains where when they find something big in their way they would stop preventing damage.
Autonomous Robotic Arm Workshop mainly focuses from Basics to Advanced concepts of Robotic Arm Development which includes designing of Gripper Unit, Gear Mechanism, Interfacing servo motors arrangement and ARM Movement. The students will get the chance to control ARM movement autonomously.
A Mini-Sat is a small satellite having specific payload used to teach about space technology. It is similar to the technology used in miniaturized satellite. No Mini-Sat has ever left the atmosphere, nor orbited the earth. The Workshop is designed in such a manner that every student will get to know about electronics interfacing and space missions.
From refrigerators to parking lots in shopping malls, IoT is bringing more and more things into the digital fold every day, which will likely make the IoT technology a multi-trillion dollar industry in the near future. Building your own project on IoT will help you practically learn how engineering is applied on this amazing technology.