This Program is for Robotics and Embedded Systems enthusiasts. Topics from Embedded Systems and its Applications in Robotics will be covered with a greater emphasis on Projects and Practicals starting from scratch.

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Who Can Attend:

All the participants having basic knowledge of programming in any language (C, C++ or JAVA) are eligible for this course. Any prior knowledge of Embedded System is not required to join Embedded System course.

All the courses offered by BRiCS during summers-2016 have limited number of seats and admission in these course is going-on on "First Come First Serve" basis starting from 1st July 2015. Once all seats will filled, no request for admission will be entertained.


  • Course announced on: 1st July 2015
  • Registration opening: 1st July 2015
  • Duration: 3 weeks (30 Hrs)
  • Course and Material Fee: Rs 5,500/-
  • Kits and Material: AVR Kit and accessories worth Rs1,500/- will be provided to all participants
  • Venue and Batch: Kanpur and Delhi-NCR
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DELHI-NCR : will be announced
Kanpur : After UPTU practical exams

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Course Content:

1.WiFi Controlled  Robot

WiFi is the most popular wireless system used worldwide. So lets create a robot which can be controlled over wifi. This will allow for communication between each of your accessories and if you have a wireless computer(or laptop/phone/tablet/etc), you can jump onto your network for monitoring outputs and controlling your robot.

2.BlueTooth Controlled Robot
BlueTooth is the most frequently used wireless channel for out-door communication. User needs to turn on the Bluetooth in the mobile. The wireless communication techniques used to control the robot is Bluetooth technology. User can use various commands like move forward, reverse, stop move left, move right. These commands are sent from the Android mobile to the Bluetooth receiver.

3. TV-Remote Controlled Robot


TV Remote Controlling of Robot is the ability which helps us to operate the robot from anywhere in range of remote’s IR. The movement of Robot controlled by pressing the numbers on the remote.

4.RF Controlled wireless Robot

Their are many ways we can create a wireless robot . The most popular and one of the old option is use of RF. Lets create a RF based control for Robot.

5.DTMF (Mobile) controlled Robot

DTMF is actually the generic term for Touch-Tone (touch-tone is a registered trademark of ATT). Your  phone is technically aDTMF generator that produces DTMF tones as you press the buttons. Decoding it and using for robot controll will be a highly amazing . Even we can control it from a very long distance on earth.

6.Multi User controlled Robot

Most of the time we never tries to think out-of-box. We regularly build a robot which can be controlled remotely (wired or wireless). This time we are going to create a robot which can be controlled wirelessly, remotely and by multiple users at same time.

7.Line Follower Robot

It is a machine that follows a line, either a black line on white surface or vise-versa. The IR sensor array consists of individual IR LEDs and IR photodiodes.

8.DPDT controlled Robot

Sometimes is may be very interesting to reinvent the wheel. So lets design a robot controlled over a wire through DPDT switches.

9.Voice command controlled Robot

Voice Controlled Robot (VCR) is a mobile robot whose motions can be controlled by the user by giving specific voice commands. The module is designed to control a roboticvehicle by voice commands for remote operation.

10.Wall Follower Robot

Here's a little history on how this all got started. So my club was in desperate need of a new project, and it so happened that I had stumbled across an RC car at

11. Anti falling Robot

First one is another application of Timer interrupts and external interrupts. A remote in association with a display like LCD or LED, whatever you prefer, can be used to design Wireless Calculator. We will learn this simple but useful application. The later one is a simple use of DTMF.

12.Anti-collision Robot

Here comes the next and very important feature associated with Microcontroller. Actually, UART is not part of Microcontroller, it is an independent set of rules which plays a role of translator in communication between two or more devices. Examples of UART application is Bluetooth Controlled Robot, PC Controlled Robot, Communication between two microcontroller etc.


13.Android Controlled Robot

Computer Controlled Robot can  be controlled by pressing some predefined characters on your computer keyboard. it may be remote controlled or through USB. This type of robots can be used for surveillance in remote areas or in a place like nuclear radiation affected area and alike place which can be harmful for human beings or for searching operations like in military bunkers. We will discuss all its varying application and designing process.

14.Gesture Controlled Robot

Introducing to Bluetooth module

Interfacing Bluetooth with embedded system

Communication between CPU and Embedded System

Communication between Android device andEmbedded System

Interfacing phone’s internet with Embedded System

Controlling Devices (home appliances) over internet

15.Internet Controlled Robot

Imagine you are alone at home and no one is there but a robot who can respond to some of your gestures in a funny way or just can help you in doing things silently. Actually, that's a big deal, but we will teach you to be able to design similar robots with less flexibility who can follow you silently or perform a task by recognising your gestures.

Designing a Gesture Controlled Robot requires knowledge of UART Protocol, ADC and accelerometer, which is not  a big deal, after you've learned UART. Accelerometer can be learned easily.

16.Computer Controlled Robot

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17.Anti-touch Robot / Spring Robot

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