Last Updated: 27/09/2018
In this course, students will learn the basics of circuitry and robotics by building their own motor control system, based on the Arduino platform. Students will program the Arduino control board using a simplified version of C programming. This course is ideal for students who want to experiment and work with their hands while learning some coding.
By the end of this course, students will learn:
- Intermediate-Advanced programming skills with C++-based Arduino code.
- Electronics troubleshooting skills.
- Operation of electronic servos, buzzers, LEDS, and pushbuttons.
- Basic robot design.
- Basic PC use
- Python basics (Optional)
Curriculum For This Course
- Robot definitions
- Robot operation
- Digital Outputs
- Basic Electricity
- Digital Inputs
- Tones & Music
- Building A Traffic Light
- Traffic Light Exam
- Robot Assembly
- Robot Programming
Below are the courses that you may want to take after this course:
Cyber security engineer and robotics enthusiast
Marlin is a passionate computer engineer and robot maker. When he is away from his computer, he likes to scavenge old electronics and appliances for motors and control circuits, to rebuild into frankenbots.
Do you have a robot idea? Tell Marlin and maybe he’s got some servos for it!