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Our Projects
We make both the brains and brawns of robots - be it flinging a frisbee across a room or mapping the shortest path to traverse a maze.

Our robots are built for competitions as well as for projects meant to improve our knowledge and skill.
Autonomous Quadcopter
Ongoing Project.
Autonomous Quadcopter
A quadcopter is a four-propeller drone which can primarily be used for aerial surveillance, remote delivery and other such applications. We plan to make an autonomous drone which when given the start and endpoints on a map application, can navigate itself safely through any obstacles; keeping into account the most efficient route possible. This can find widespread applications in (and not limited to) food and lightweight commodity delivery systems. As the recent pandemic taught us the hard way, we need such technology to mature soon enough.
Quadruped
Ongoing Project.
Quadruped
A quadruped is a four-legged bot capable of autonomous movement, obstacle avoidance and surveillance. An autonomous agent like this can prove to very useful for emergency situations to replace (in part) the role of nurses in hospitals and fire-fighters in hazardous buildings.
Badminton Playing Robot
Completed Project, 2015.
Badminton Playing Robot
A badminton playing bot for ABU Robocon 2015, clinching the 1st position in shuttle serving mechanism and 19th overall.
Micromouse
Ongoing Project.
Micromouse
The micromouse is a competitive maze-solving robot, which when placed inside a maze with given dimensions, will navigate to the end of the maze on its own, and make a quick run from the start to the finish after having discovered the optimal path. The event is a highly revered one and is a delight to the spectators in a unique way. Our robot grabbed attention from the international participants, judges and audience in the 2019 edition of IIT Bombay's Techfest, in which it finished in the top 10.
Frisbee Throwing Robot
Completed Project, 2018.
Frisbee Throwing Bot
Designed for ABU Robocon 2018.
In the game, each team is given a few shuttlecocks and needs to design two robots, one manual and one automatic robot. The manual robot needs to hand the shuttlecocks to the automatic robot, which attempts to throw the shuttlecocks through the rings (unlike the traditional game, there are three rings at various heights in this game).
Autonomous Biped
Completed Project, 2014.
Autonomous Biped
This bot was designed in line with the problem statement of ABU Robocon 2014
The Theme for Robocon 2014 declared by India was "A Salute for Parenthood".
Manual Robot
Completed Project, 2014.
Manual Bot
This bot was designed in line with the problem statement of ABU Robocon 2014.
Ball Throwing Bot
Completed Project, 2017.
Ball Throwing Bot
This bot was designed in line with the problem statement of ABU Robocon 2017
In the match, each team will be given a set of discs which they are supposed to land on the poles of different height and at different distances. The team which will be able to land at least one disc on each pole will be declared as the winner of the game. If no team is able to land disc on each pole then the winner is declared as given in the rulebook.