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Kindling interest:Experts explaining the working of robots at a workshop in the city on Sunday.
Kozhikode: Engineering students from various streams attended a two-day workshop on ‘Autonomous robotics,' which concluded at the Government Engineering College, West Hill, here on Sunday.
It was organised by the Electronics Instrumentation Students' Association (EISA) as a precursor to Lakshya, an All-India technical festival to be hosted by the college in March.
The workshop was led by experts from Robotic Wares Private Ltd., Bhubaneswar.
Various sessions covered a range of topics from the basics of microcontroller programming to autonomous robots such as ‘obstacle-avoider and line-follower.'
The participants were divided into different groups and each group created live working models of various robots using the electronic kits provided to them.
Various advanced concepts in robotics were also discussed.
According to the organisers, the event was only one among a series of programme to be organised in connection with the Lakshya.
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