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One Week Training Programme on MOBILE ROBOTICS at CUSAT, Kerala from 12 – 17 June 2017

June 8th, 2017 No comments

A training programme on Mobile Robotics is being organized by the Intelligent Machines and Systems Laboratory (IMSL) of the Department of Electronics, Cochin University of Science and Technology to honour Dr. K. Poulose Jacob, former faculty, Department of Electronics and Pro-Vice-Chancellor, CUSAT.
Main Focus of the training programme:

  • Concepts of Mobile Roboticsrobotics
  • Mechanical structure for Mobile Robots
  • Microcontrollers and Peripherals
  • Introduction to Arduino IDE
  • Interfacing Hardware Modules and Sensors
  • Programming and Testing
  • IT for Remote Control and Monitoring

Hardware Features

  • ATmega328 Controller
  • 240MHz dual core ARM IoT Module
  • Graphical OLED Display
  • SONAR Module
  • Optical Encodrs for inertial Measurements
  • Reflex sensors for Path Following
  • H-Bridge Motor Drive
  • 500nAh/8V Power Pack

For registration and more information pleae visit http://imsl.cusat.ac.in/ws/
Course fee Rs.7000/-(Including the cost of Robotic Platform)

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BBC marks 90th anniversary of its first radio service by special broadcast

November 14th, 2012 No comments

bbc_logo The British Broadcasting Corporation at its 90th anniversary is making a special broadcast which will be transmitted by every BBC radio station, the first simultaneous broadcast in its history. The year 2012 saw the decline of shortwave radio transmissions, with major players Radio Canada International (RCI) and Radio Netherlands (RNW) cutting down to online broadcasts by Internet only. BBC World service is still heard by millions of people on shortwave, especially in oppressed countries where political censorship is high.

According to the official website:

A composition by Blur frontman Damon Albarn will be played to radio listeners around the world on 14th November 2012 (Wednesday) at 17:33 GMT to mark 90 years of BBC broadcasting.

 

Stay tuned on this historic occasion on air or online.

Listen online at http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio/

More information about this special event: BBC Radio at 90

“Wherever you are, you’re with the BBC

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