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Robotics has come up in a huge way. It’s not just something to meddle with now. A dedicated stream of engineering has come up in several engineering colleges. College events, technical festivals and competitions see a very large interest from robot enthusiasts.

Here are EFY’s tested robotics projects available with fully verified circuits & source codes. These robots involve some very common components including arduino, raspberry pi, android and RF controls. Some of these can be used for putting out fires, others for metal or human detection and many more uses. How many have you tried? If you know of any projects, not listed here, or if you designed a bot yourself, send it to us at: [email protected]

Robotics Projects

Automation is gradually becoming a part of our everyday life. With new technological enhancements, the operational quality of automated machines such as robots may not even require any human mediation at all, as proven by a robot, which is...
With growing need to address security threats across organisations, their security teams are becoming more focused, replacements are sought for repeatable tasks of detecting and monitoring. Such technology solutions as robots and drones are increasingly becoming capable of meeting...
Advancements in reconstructive microsurgery have evolved into super microsurgery for performing minute tissue transplantation. While a surgeon can find it extremely challenging to operate with great precision, a robot’s assistance can help overcome such human limitations. As a consequence of...
The ability of the robot to efficiently collect blood samples and give highly correct results prevents deadly infections caused due to improper blood drawing techniques. At the same time, the device makes it useful for healthcare workers to devote...
A new 3D-printed polymer enables robots to perspire, leading to rapid cooling of several overheated motors and engines involved in the functioning of a robot. The human body consists of numerous sweat glands for regulating body temperature while doing an...
Based on ultrasound technology, the robot can lift effectively lift a variety of tiny, delicate objects without damaging them Robotic grippers are required for handling objects and materials that are quite fragile or large in number. However, a risk is...
Artificial intelligence (AI) is coming to a point where action, not talk, is needed. While there are fears and inflated expectations of what AI can do, much of it is hype and a far cry from what it can...
Robots have become advanced enough to penetrate homes. The market for consumer robots has grown at a CAGR of seventeen per cent between 2014 and 2019 Robots are everywhere today, from industries and medical systems to defence and agriculture sectors....
Made of a water-retentive polymer, this sensor promises to be highly beneficial for designing smart wearables, state-of-the-art medical devices and even flexible robots.  In recent times, a lot of research has gone into developing flexible electronics and self-healing electronics material...
Here is a simple joystick to control a robot to move in forward, backward, right, left, clockwise (CW) and counter-clockwise (CCW) directions using six buttons. It is cheaper than most other joysticks available in the market. The author’s prototype...