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All participants will get Certificate from TechieNest Pvt. Ltd.

Why TechieNest

  • Vast experience of having conducted Big Outreach Workshop collaborating with over 300+ colleges in all over India including IIT Bombay, IIT Hyderabad, IIT Bhubaneswar, IIT Jodhpur, IIT Mandi,  NIT Raipur, MNIT Jaipur, MANIT Bhopal, NIT Jalandhar, NIT Patna, NIT Srinagar, IIIT Kalyani, BITS Pilani and likewise.
  • Trained more than 20,000 students in the field of EMBEDDED SYSTEMS & ROBOTICS, MATLAB & Machine Vision, Internet of Things, PLC_SCADA,  PYTHON, C/C++, Andriod, VLSI & VHDL, JAVA and such top notch courses.
  • Our trainers are efficient in Raspberry pi, Arduino, PLCs, etc. which forms essential hardware in Electronic Industries nowadays.
  • Outreach workshop partner of Sanchaar-Wissenaire’18, IIT Bhubaneswar, 2017-18
  • Zonal workshop partner of Techkriti’18 IIT Kanpur, 2017-2018
  • Outreach workshop partner of Techfest’15 IIT Bombay & Techfest’16 IIT Bombay
  • Zonal workshop partner of Techkriti’17 IIT Kanpur, 2016-2017
  • Outreach workshop & Training partner of nVision’17 IIT Hyderabad, 2016-17
  • Outreach workshop partner of Ignus’17 IIT Jodhpur, 2016-17
  • AIRC’18 (All India Robotics Championship) in association with Techkriti’18 IIT Kanpur.
  • AIRC’17 (All India Robotics Championship) in association with nVision’17 IIT Hyderabad, 2016-17
  • Offering Project Based Training, Projects on Demand, Corporate Projects, Commercial Projects, and Consultancy in Engineering Projects.
    Dedicated 24×7 R&D lab.
  • Trained over 50+ international students in TechieNest Technology Transfer Program 2014-15.
  • TechieNest has Research Engineers having excellent research aptitude, teaching pedagogy who illustrates their finding through practical demos during workshop/training.
  • Manufacturer of Electronic products delivering the same across the country.

“TechieNest, An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company, Now came up with Training Program. “

Course:Embedded Systems & Robotics
Certification By:TechieNest, An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Company
Study Material:Book free to each participant (Soft Copy)
Practical:29+ Practical are to be covered
Projects:24+ Projects are to be covered


Fees & Duration: – Per Candidate

INR 5500/- Duration: 15 Days/ 45 Hours

Course Details

Embedded Systems & Robotics 
Day 1

Introduction to ESR

  • Definition of Embedded Systems & Robotics
  • Embedded System Vs. General Computing
  • Careers in Embedded Systems & Robotics
  • Why TechieNest for this Training?
  • Sciences Involved, Terminologies used
  • Application Areas, Features, Advantages
  • Industrial Facets, Need & Use
  • Latest Trends & Upcoming Technologies

Introduction to Technologies

  • Brief Introduction to Basic Analog & Digital Electronics
  • Origin of Integrated Circuits, Advantages
  • Introduction to Various ICs used in Embedded Systems

Microprocessors & Microcontrollers

  • Basic Concept of Processing & Controlling
  • Computer Architectures
  • Microcontrollers & their Functional Architectures
  • Differences between MPU & MCU
  • Various Microcontrollers & their features
  •  AVR ATMega16 Microcontroller, pin description
3 Hours
Day 2

Embedded C Programming

  • Fundamentals of Embedded C
  • The control structures, loops, functions
  • The General Purpose Input Output Registers
  • The concept of complier, interpreter & Simulator

Practical 1: Glowing LEDs in Simulation
Practical 2: Simulating AVR to glow an LED using Programming

Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs)

  • Symbol, Working, Types, Functions
  • Programming MCU to interface an LED

Practical 3:      Generating Various Patterns on Multiple LEDs (Blinking, Chaser, BCD etc.)

Practical 4:      Generating Diverging & Converging Patterns of LEDs

3 Hours
Day 3Introduction and Working of LED

Practical 5: Interfacing 8×8 LED Matrix with AVR Microcontroller
Project 1: Single Character Display on LED Matrix

3 Hours
Day 4

Seven Segment Displays (SSDs)

  • Need, features & working concept
  • Types of SSDs
  • Interfacing of SSD with Microcontroller
  • Multiplexing of SSDs to display multiple digits

Practical 6:      Interfacing single SSD to display single digit counters
Practical 7:      Multiplexing multiple SSDs using Hardware Optimization


Project 2:          Traffic Light Controlling Prototype
Project 3:          Digital Clock Display

3 Hours
Day 5

DC Motors

  • The basic concept of motors (Torque, RPM, etc.)
  • Types (brushless, geared, etc.)
  • Working Methodology  of  various  motors  (DC  motor,  stepper  motor, servo motors etc.)
  • Motor Drivers: Need, features, Driver ICs

Practical 8:      Controlling a simple DC motor rotation (CW, CCW) using MCU.

Practical 9:      8 direction movement of a two motor based robotic    vehicle system.

,Project 4:          Timer Based Automatic Door Opening & Closing

3 Hours
Day 6


  • Types, Working & Uses
  • The Pull-Up Concept
  • Interfacing Single Switch with Microcontroller Unit
  • Interfacing Multiple Linear Keys with MCU

Practical 10:   Taking Input from single key to MCU to ON/OFF LED Practical 11:   Taking Input from multiple keys to MCU to Control SSD Project 5:          Curtain Opener

Project 6:          Manually Controlled Smart Shopping Vehicle for Mall/Store


3 Hours
Day 7


  • Significance, and Need of Sensors

•   Differences between Sensor, Actuators and Transducers

  • Types of Sensors (Analog and Digital) & their Working
  • Various Sensors  (Photodiode,  thermistor,  thermocouple,  LVDT,  RTD, MEMS Transducers, Smart Sensors viz. RS232, I2C)
  • Working & Circuitry of a Light Dependent Resistor (LDR)
  • Infra-Red  rays      (applications     &      range),     Line-of-Sight      (LOS) Communication
  • Infra-Red Sensor: Circuitry & Working
  • Taking Input from sensor to microcontroller,

Practical 12:   Interfacing LDR with MCU as light controlled switch

Practical 13:   Interfacing IR Sensor as a touch less switch with AVR

Project 7:          Sun light based Street Light Controlling Prototype

Project 8:          Obstacle Detector Robot

3 Hours
Day 8

Practical 14:   IR sensor as a binary color sensor

Project 9:          Black/White line follower Robot

Project 10:       Edge Follower (Never Falling Robot)

3 Hours
Day 9

Project 11:       Light Searching Robot

Project 12:       Grid Counter Bot

3 Hours
Day 10

Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)

  • Origin of Displays, historical background
  • Various Techniques used for Displays
  • Why LCD?
  • Types of LCD used in Embedded Systems,
  • Working methodology & Pin Description of 16×2 LCD
  • Registers & Memory Space in LCD
  • Modes of Operations
  • LCD Commands
  • Creating Functions for various operations to use LCD with microcontroller

Practical 15:   Printing a Single Character using Microcontroller on   LCD

3 Hours
Day 11

Practical 16:   Displaying a String on LCD using AVR

Practical 17:   Showing a Numeric Value (or Variable) on LCD

Practical 18:   Rotating Single Characters/string on LCD

Practical 19:   Sand-watch display of String or character on LCD

Project 13:       Digital Stop Watch

  • Concept of Memory Mapping
  • Creating user defined character library in the LCD memory
  • Creating Function for a new character generation in LCD

Practical 20:   Printing a User Defined character on LCD

Project 14:       Creating a Custom Animation/Game of your choice

3 Hours
Day 12


  • Definition, Working Methodology,
  • Types, Advantages & Application Areas
  • Important Specifications
  • Switching/Controlling of DC Relay using Microcontrollers

(Transistorized Switches)

  • The Darlington Pair; Inductor Driver ICs (ULN2003/ULN2803)

Practical 21:   Interfacing Relay with AVR

Practical 22:   Interfacing ULN IC with AVR to control Switching of Multiple Relays

Project 15:       Seminar/Conference Hall Automation 

Frequency Synthesizing Techniques

  • Tele Switching Concepts
  • Concept of Dual Tone Multiple Frequencies
  • DTMF Encoding & Decoding Process

Practical 23:   Interfacing DTMF module with AVR to control LEDs

Project 16:       Mobile Controlled Robotic Vehicle

Project 17:       Cellphone operated Water Irrigation Pump Controlling

3 Hours
Day 13

Analog to Digital Converters (ADC)

  • Definition & Need of ADCs
  • Circuitries used for Analog to Digital Conversion
  • Inbuilt ADC in AVR Microcontrollers
  • Available channels, Size & Various Registers used
  • Creating function to take an analog input on AVR and converting it into

Digital for further Processing

Analog Sensors

  • Real World Information Interfacing with Microcontrollers
  • Interfacing analog IR sensors

Practical 24:   Displaying analog value of IR Sensor on LCD

Practical 25:   Making a digital scaling system for small distance measurement

Project 18:       Color Matching Machine

3 Hours
Day 14

Sensors continued…

  • Temperature Sensor: Concept, Scaling Factor & interfacing with AVR
  • Sound Sensor
  • Gas Sensor (LPG/Smoke)

Practical 26:   Interfacing Temperature Sensor with AVR MCU

Project 19:       Digital Thermometer

Practical 27:   Interfacing a Sound Sensor with AVR MCU

Project 20:       Clap Controlled Home Automation using Sound Sensor

Practical 28:   Interfacing LPG Gas Sensor with AVR MCU

Project 21:       Automatic Gas Leakage Detector & Alarming System

Project 22:       Temperature Sensor based Alerting/Alarming System for

process controlling & monitoring

Project 23:       Microcontroller based Smart Home for improved Energy

Efficiency & Security Aspects

3 Hours
 Day 15


  • The MEMS Technology
  • Gyroscopic Sensors or Accelerometers
  • Taking input of 3-Dimensional Motion Information into Microcontroller

Practical 29:   Interfacing an MEMS based Accelerometer with AVR

Project 24:       Gesture Controlled Wheel Chair

                                      Query Solving & Certificate Distributions

 3 Hours

Kit Contents:

Benefits of the Training

  • According to recently released NASSCOM report, the total addressable embedded system R&D global opportunity is expected to reach approx. $89 billion by 2015 where India alone could contribute approx. $15 billion in size.
  • Expansion plans by MNCs and NASSCOM suggest embedded systems to be the next sunrise sector.
  • With the technological advancement more and more professionals from the fields of robotics and embedded systems are required.
  • This training facilitates the practical learning process and also exposes students to a hands-on work environment.
  • It is ideal for students wanting to participate in robotics competitions, make robotics projects, and those who want to put their theory to practice.

Features of Training:

  • Training certificate will be awarded on the basis of Project.
  • Trainer: Student ratio is 1:20
  • The training is based on Practical Approach only.
  • A Training Kit will be provided to each trainee in the training duration.
  • Study material, CDs & software will be provided.
  • Limited seats in a batch on first-come first-serve basis.


  • Basic Knowledge of C programming
  • Basics of Electronic Terminology
  • Eagerness to learn new technologies

Who can attend this Training?

  • Students from B.E/B.Tech/M.Tech/Diploma (ECE/EEE/CSE/IT/MECH or so) can join this.
  • Electronic Hobbyists and anyone having interest in the field with prerequisites.
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  • in a group of 5 discount 10%
  • in a group of 10 discount 15%
  • in a group of 15 discount 20%
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