Introduction to Robotics - auce

Introduction to Robotics

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Course Code:

SCSI200

Course Hours:

45

Contact Hours / Week:

3

Prerequisite:

SCSI250

Co-requisite:

None

Aims of Course:

This course provides an overview of the Arduino architecture and programming. From this course, students will learn the basics of Arduino architecture and high level programming, e.g. C language programming and peripheral manipulation. It will focus on the basic concepts of Arduino architecture and C language instructions; digital input/output; analog to digital converter unit (ADC); serial communication (TX/RX); interruption management; EEPROM read/write; in addition students will be able to identify a several types of sensors such as temperature, humidity, light sensors, etc., as well as a several number of Arduino module; LCD screen, motor driver, stepper and servo motor, GPS and GPRS module, Bluetooth module ….

Learning Experiences:

This course is offered in 35-45 hours lecture with case studies, individual exercises, project works, class discussion, critical analysis, problem solving, and individual private study.

Course Learning Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able:

  • Installation and configuration of the Arduino environment
  • Installation of new library and board
  • Identifying a new type of Arduino module

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