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DIY Robotics Project Ideas For Engineering Enthusiasts To Explore On In 2022

Globally, robotics is one of the most cutting-edge technologies that is producing millions of different types of robots for all types of industries. Robots including mobile, industrial, household, vehicle, and many more forms have started dominating the global tech market. Engineering students are highly interested to work with robots in their educational institutes. Hence, educational institutes have started accepting robotics projects from engineering students to add value to their resumes. Robotics project ideas have created ample opportunities to have a deep understanding of robotics and artificial intelligence at a different level.

Let’s explore some of the top ten DIY robotics project ideas you can work on in order to gain sufficient practical experience.

Top ten DIY robotics projects in educational institutes

  • Gesture Controlled Robotic Car : With Arduino Nano, a motor driver, and many other components, engineers can create a gesture-controlled robotic car. Through a wireless transmitter and receiver section, the robotics project will be capable of transmitting real-time data from hand gestures to the robot.

 

  • Android Controlled Robotic Car : One of the interesting robotics projects for engineering students is the Android-controlled robotic car. It is also known as a Bluetooth-controlled robot with a smart android app to control the robotic car. There are different modules to be used in the project for controlling the robotic car efficiently without any trouble.

 

  • Off-Road Adventure Robot : One of the interesting robotics projects for engineering students to begin their professional careers in robotics is the off-road adventure robot. Engineer students can use a 300 PRM motor on wheels to travel through the roughest terrains efficiently without any trouble. A simple mechanism allows the motor to move in a rotational direction to get out of sticky situations. It is very easy to operate and repair and replace batteries, microcontrollers, as well as circuits. There is an action camera to record the rough track and look at the adventurous road. This off-road adventure robot consists of high-torque motors, heavy-duty chassis, high-profile wheels, and an in-built camera.

 

  • Android Controlled Robotic Arm : Engineering students can control a robotic arm using an android device with the Android-controlled robotic arm project. Using the device, Bluetooth commands are sent to the Bluetooth receiver in the receiver circuit. Then the microcontroller controls the motor to move the robotic arm according to commands like grip open, up, down, grip close, etc. Users can create these robotics projects to pick any object, move, place, and drop as per the commands through an android device.

 

  • Obstacle Avoidance Robot : A robot that avoids obstacles is one of the top robotics projects for engineering students to develop an autonomous, intelligent robot with infrared sensors. These infrared sensors help to sense and detect any obstacle in the path of this robot. This makes some changes in the direction of the robot while avoiding the obstacle in front of it.

 

  • War Field Spying Robot with Night Vision Wireless Camera : A war field spying robot with night vision wireless camera is a popular robotics project that requires a remote-controlled spy robot that can be helpful in war situations. The night vision wireless camera is attached to the robot to provide real-time information in total darkness with the help of infrared lighting. It is useful for spying in dangerous areas in the events of wars without putting any human soldier at potential risk.

 

  • PC Controlled Human Detection Robot :  A PC-controlled human detection robot helps to detect any human through a robotic vehicle. It uses infrared sensors as well as a microcontroller unit during times of earthquakes or any other natural disaster to detect human bodies under debris.

 

  • GSM Mobile Phone Controlled Intelligent Robot : GSM mobile phone-controlled intelligent robots are well-known robotics projects for engineering students that can be used to control robot movements with modern GSM technology. Developers or users can send SMS to the remote robot control unit to control movements efficiently and complete the necessary work.

 

  • MEMS Sensors Controlled Haptic Forefinger Robotic Aid : A MEMS sensor-controlled haptic forefinger robotic aid enables full control over a forefinger-based pathway robot to assist disabled/physically challenged/handicapped people efficiently. Engineering students use MEMS sensor, a microcontroller, and an RF module to achieve the success of this robotics project.

 

  • Hector SLAM Mapping and Indoor Positioning Robot : The Hector SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) mapping and indoor positioning robot is one of the robotics projects that help robots map rooms accurately in real-time. Students of engineering can develop this project by devising a low-cost system for mapping indoors accurately. This helps the robots to move freely without any collisions or barriers on the indoor floors.
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