INNOVATION

Robotics At AMEYA

Innovation through Robotics

Technology is changing the way people do things in every part of the world, and it continues to expand exponentially. In today’s’ technology-driven world, it’s important now more than ever to prepare students for the future. Teaching robotics to young students throughout their schooling can increase their ability to be creative and innovative thinkers and more productive members of society.

 

By teaching our students the basics of robotics, we open a whole new world to them and exciting opportunities that they wouldn’t have access to otherwise.

 

Teaching robotics in schools has innumerable benefits, not only to STEM fields but to child development and learning growth. It increases creative thinking, engagement, prepares for future, instills team work and it is fun.

Obstacle Avoiding Robot

Ameya World School

An Obstacle Avoiding Robot is an intelligent robot, which can automatically sense and overcome obstacles on its path.

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Rack and Pinion Mechanism

Ameya World School

In this demonstration, the Robot will make use of Rack and Pinion Mechanism for its movement along the track.

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Maze Solving Robot

Ameya World School

A maze solving robot is designed to move in a maze and escape through it by following the walls.

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Mars Orbital Machine

Ameya World School

Want to know how the Mars Orbiter Mission became possible? What could be the decisive aspect behind the success?

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Edge Avoiding Robot

Ameya World School

The principle behind the working of Edge Avoiding Robot is similar to that of the line follower robot, where the robot’s movement depends on the attached sensor values.

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Clap Sensing Robot

Ameya World School

Want to activate your robot but not with a remote? Want to make every clap count? The Clap Sensing Robot is here for that purpose.

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Garbage Collector

Ameya World School
9:00 To 14:00

The project aims to make an Automated Garbage Collector, a robot model to fulfill the task of collecting garbage at a place and then disposing it off at another place.

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Double Line Follower

Ameya World School

The objective of the double line follower program is to create a robot that follows a particular black line smoothly and efficiently.

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Driverless Car

Ameya World School

Have you heard of Google's self-driving cars project? How do you think the self-driving cars work? Here’s a little demonstration by Ameyans.

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AMEYA WORLD SCHOOL is a place where children have the opportunity to discover their talents and are free to explore and enjoy learning.

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