As a result, many people show a lot of interest in technology from the engineering level. For this reason, here we are listing out some useful and top and simple robotics project ideas for engineering students. These project ideas include some interesting concepts like a line follower robot, self-balancing robot, fire fighting robot, mobile phone-controlled robot, etc. So, if you are interested you may check this list of robotics project ideas.
Obstacle Avoidance Robot Using Raspberry Pi Pico
In the previous article, we built an Obstacle Avoidance Robot using Arduino. We have planned to make the same Obstacle Avoidance Robot using a Raspberry Pi Pico microcontroller. In this project, I mainly used an HC-05 ultrasonic distance sensor to get the distance sensed immediately and drive the motors separately by the L298N motor driver module. Also, I used a robot car chassis for this project.
Wi-Fi Controlled RC Car Using ESP32
In the previous, we build a Wi-Fi Controlled RC Car using ESP8266 NodeMCU. Now time to make the same Wi-Fi Controlled RC (Radio Control) Car using ESP32 Development Board. As the name suggested, Wi-Fi Controlled RC Car, I want to mean a robotic car that is controlled over a Wi-Fi network.
Human Following Robot Using Arduino And L298N Driver
Nowadays automation and robotics are common words. In future, we can imagine a machine-controlled world. Everywhere we need a device with automation in it. Like automatic doors, automatic fire control, and automatic appliances which can be controlled with our voice or smartphones.
WiFi-Controlled Robot Car Using Arduino And ESP8266
In this project, I have built a simple robot that can be controlled over a WiFi network. When the user inputs for the required direction of the movement of the Robot are provided through the WiFi.
IR Remote Control Car Using Arduino and TSOP1738 Sensor
Remote control automation is very frequent those days. We can see remote control appliances, locks, garage doors etc. The term RC has a dual meaning. One is remote control and the other is a radio control. The remote control car uses an IR sensor. In this project, we are going to build an IR Remote Control Car using Arduino.
Arduino Line Follower Robot With Obstacle Detection
Now we are going to build a two-in-one robot which is an Arduino line follower robot with obstacle detection using some simple components. This is an autonomous robot that detects a black or white path and follows it according to the path drawn. It follows the path with the help of an infrared sensor attached to the robot.
Line Follower Robot Using Arduino
Line follower robot is a self-automation robotic technology that can detect a visual line on the floor. This is the line that the robot can follow and it should be a black line on a white surface (vice versa can be possible).
Self-Balancing Robot Using Arduino
In this robotics project, we can learn the balancing concept and how to control the motors. Its working is very simple. Here we use the MPU6050 accelerometer which interfaces with Arduino and sends some Analog signals to the Arduino which could be the x-axis, y-axis, and z-axis.
Arduino Smartphone Bluetooth Controlled Robot
I will be going to show you a Bluetooth-controlled robot using an Arduino and HC-05 Bluetooth module. By utilizing this IoT project I will use a smartphone and an Android app that can operate the robotic car.
Obstacle Avoiding Robots Without Microcontroller
Robotics is so much interesting and fast-growing field. In the field of engineering science, the applications of robotics projects are increasing with technology. There are many types of robotic technology AI-based, self-controlling, and humanoid-controlled. An Obstacle Avoiding Robot is a type of self-controlling autonomous robot that can avoid collisions with unexpected obstacles.