We aims to teach you how to sense and control the physical world. Here you will learn how easy it is to interact with the outside world and how this opens up limitless possibilities for exploration.

A wide range of sensors, motors, robots and devices are introduced here.

Session 1: Basic Fundamentals (2 Hours || Day 1 (Morning))

Basics of electronics

Voltage regulator.

Power supply circuit.

RC Circuits.

Amplifiers and transistors.

Session 2: Circuit Rig-up (2 Hours || Day 1 (Afternoon))

Introduction to Motors.

Implementing Differential Drive using DPDT switches.

Speed Control of DC Motors using 555 Timer.

Session 3: Building Robot (2 Hours || Day 2 (Morning))

Overview of Logic Gates.

Fundamentals of LDR Sensor

Building an LDR sensor circuit.

LDR Sensor through motor control.

Session 4: Building Robot (2 Hours || Day 2 (Afternoon))

Introduction to Motor drive IC.

Fundamentals of H-bridge circuit.

Controlling Motors.

Session 5: Arduino Platform (2 Hours || Day 3 (Morning))

An Overview of Open Hardware.

Arduino board layout.

ATMEGA Microcontrollers’ description.

Getting started with the Arduino IDE to start writing your first program.

Session 6: Project Development Essentials (2 Hours || Day 3 (Afternoon))

Interfacing simple peripherals like LEDs, Switches and Buzzers.

Potentiometers.

Light Dependent Resistor.

IR Sensor

Session 7: Project Development Essentials (2 Hours || Day 4 (Morning))

Temperature Sensor.

Accelerometer.

PIR Sensor.

Relays.

Session 8: Project Development Essentials (2 Hours || Day 4 (Afternoon))

Seven Segment displays.

16×2 LCD

RFID and tags.

DC Motor.

Session 9: ARM Platform (2 Hours || Day 5 (Morning))

Introduction to ARM

Why is ARM so popular?

The different ARM processor family

Introduction to LPCXpresso IDE

Software installation

Session 10: ARM Interfaces (2 Hours || Day 5 (Afternoon))

LPC1114 Description

Introduction to ARM development board

How to access the GPIO

Run a sample program