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Shivashankar B. Nair Professor, Research Interests : Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Robotics, Natural Language Processing, Genetic Algorithms, Fuzzy Systems & Neural Networks, Artificial Immune Systems eMail : sbnair@iitg.ernet.in Phone : +91-361-2582356; Pradip Kr. Das Professor, Research Interests : Digital Signal Processing, … Continue reading

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NI LabVIEW Robotics Starter Kit

The NI LabVIEW Robotics Starter Kit is an out-of-the-box mobile robot platform that features sensors, motors, and NI Single-Board RIO hardware for embedded control. The LabVIEW Robotics software included with the platform includes features for beginners and for those who … Continue reading

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Lego® Mindstorm™ NXT

MINDSTORMS NXT 2.0 combines the versatility of the LEGO building system with all-new technologies, an intelligent microcomputer brick and intuitive drag-and-drop programming software. The new 2.0 toolkit features everything you need to create your first robot in 30 minutes and … Continue reading

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Lego® Mindstorm™ RCX

The first generation of Lego Mindstorms was built around a brick known as the RCX (Robotic Command eXplorer). It contains a 8-bit Renesas H8/300 microcontroller as its internal CPU. It also contains 32K of RAM that stores the firmware and … Continue reading

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Area Exploration And Map Generation

Abstract of project: The basic behavior of our Lego Robot is to explore the work area and generate a map. Our robot tries to traverse through each and every cell, as our work area is divided into fixed size of … Continue reading

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Node Alignment Problem

Abstract of project: This report will describe the behavior of molecule robot. In this we will explain how molecule will interact with each other to attain the minimum energy level state and try to get stabilize. We have done the … Continue reading

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Finding Dimensions of a Closed Region

Abstract of project: In this project, an attempt is made to get dimensions of enclosed areas inaccessible to human beings. I have used a simple behavior based mobile robot which moves around the area autonomously, and collects data such as … Continue reading

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Pole Balancing with Lego Mindstorm Robots

Abstract of project: In this project “Pole balancing using LEGO”, I am trying to solve an interesting problem that is always tried by human on their hand. It is a dynamic real time problem, Due to its dynamic nature decision … Continue reading

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Nut Bolt Tightening Problem

Abstract of project: Tightening nut on the bolt is a crucial issue for the robotics prospect. A brief description of the tightening problem and the constrained environment has been studied and analyzed. We will illustrate three proposed models for solving … Continue reading

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Autonomus Car Parking System

Abstract of project: The Autonomous Car Parking System, done with Lego® Mindstorms robot is an unmanned system for parking cars and retrieve them back without accidents. It has been implemented in an attempt to explore the capabilities of Lego robot … Continue reading

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