The Robotics/Mechatronics lab has been framed to equip students to apply mechanics, electronics and computing for the design, development and performance evaluation of computer controlled electro-mechanical system. A strong solid base will be built for the students in learning programming, control and having deep knowledge in the physics of machines and automated systems. The ultimate objective will be to make them unite the basic principles to generate simpler, more economical and reliable mechatronic/automated intelligent systems. Extensive possibilities are present in the fields of robotics, medical equipment’s, assistive technologies, human-machine interaction, manufacturing, unmanned/aerial, ground vehicles, and also in the field of education.
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