One of the most awaited featured events each year, Robowars ’19 certainly did not disappoint. Packed with action, and hosting impressive performances all around, the event was one of the highlights of the fest.
The events under Robotrek attracted a lot of robotics and electronics enthusiasts to test their skills in a wide arrange of real-world applications. Students built their customised bots for each event involving a particular task. Read on for more info.
With robots revolutionising agriculture, transport, manufacturing, warehousing and a number of such industries, the 21st century is the most exciting period in robotics.
In the first article of Future Bytes, RoboManipal walks you through the state of robotics today, its origins, and its driving principles.
Last month, the UK’s National Health Services suffered its biggest cyber-attack that crippled the system for several days. While our reliance on technology seems to be at its riskiest, are we still far away from AI monitored healthcare and treatment? We answer that and more with this article as part of a collaborative series with Hashtag by IECSE.
Microlite 2.0 was a compelling success to its predecessor, engaging the audience with upcoming technology.
Think of robotics and the symbol of Arduino is the first thing that pops into one’s mind. Ranging from microprocessors to CNC machines, Arduino boards seem to be taking over an increasingly large number of fields. However, a lot of us do not have more than a very basic idea about Arduino. It was with the aim of educating budding engineers about this all-important circuit board that MIT’s official robotics student project, RoboManipal, hosted Arduino Day on the 1st of April.
From the adorable Wall-E to the murderous Terminator, robots are a fascination to all of us. MIT’s very own RoboManipal live the dream by building a new robot every year, apart from the several other automation projects. We wish them the best of luck in their performance at the prestigious ABU Robocon.
Robotic piano player, as the name suggests, was an event where constructive people came together with their own robots that played different symphonies on the piano.
TechTatva 2015 builds up with a TechTalk by Dr. Prahlad Vadekkepat on Robotics and Frugal Innovation, and how empathy is the mother of invention.