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Robosoccer Competition 2016

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Robosoccer was the first technical event in the campus which gave chance to freshers to make their first manual bot and find their interest in robotics. This marks the first milestone in the journey to learn robotics. This event gave chance to the participants to show case their skills and ideas. A robosoccer bot that participants made used d... continue reading

Intro Workshop 2k16

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Once again the society considered as the heart and soul for all the numerous worth praising Robotix related initiatives of KGP came up with its encouraging and enthusiastic introductory seminar to spread the ever increasing Robotics temperament among the very excited UG freshers who turned out as ever, in great numbers, occupying every single co... continue reading

Living Robotix 2016- ‘Memoir inoubliable!’

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21st January 2016­ - A Red Letter Day for all the technocrats eagerly waiting for some dynamic events in the world of robotics.Precisely,it was the day when curtains were raised for the annual Techno­management fest Kshitij 2016 and along with it was launched the 16th edition of the annual robotics charade ,ROBOTIX 2016!! Over the years, the po... continue reading

Decoding the event Sherlock

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Well it’s good to see that you’ve decided to participate in Robotix 2016. Let’s get you through the event in a few easy steps through this easy to follow DIY. The Sherlock robot is a basic differential drive chassis with a few sensors aboard. The two primary sensors are the HMC5883L magnetic digital compass that can be interfaced with the hel... continue reading

10 things to look out for in Robotix 2016

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With less than a month left for the annual Robotix festival, Team Robotix presents to you 10 things to keep yourself prepared and updated with Robotix 2016. New and exciting events This year we present to you 5 events with all unique and exciting problem statements. This Robotix edition will see one of its kind Manual, Autonomous, Semi Auto... continue reading

Ticket to Robotix 2016

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ROBOTIX 2016 | KSHITIJ | IIT KHARAGPUR Technology Robotix Society presents ROBOTIX 2016, its annual technological extravaganza, to be held during 21st - 24th January, 2016 as a part of Kshitij, the annual Techno-Management Fest of IIT Kharagpur. Official website: www.robotix.in To participate register at www.ktj.in Registration procedur... continue reading

Registrations Now Open for Robotix 2016!

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For all the events of Robotix 2016, visit our Events page NOTE: All Team members are required to register at the Kshitij website before team formation. One of the team members should act as captain and invite all other members to his team from the Team Management section as explained below. The other members should accept the invitation to join... continue reading

Introductory Freshers' Workshop-2015

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Continuing the tradition of the society, Technology Robotix Society once again organized the introductory seminar for enthusiastic UG freshers who turned out as ever, in great numbers, occupying every single corner of Kalidas Auditorium to behold the preview for the exciting year TRS already planned to go through. The workshop began with a look... continue reading

New control algorithm lets quadcopters keep flying on three or less propellers

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Whether it’s for Amazon-purchased goods, text books or defibrillators, unmanned multicopters are increasingly being considered for use as delivery vehicles. Given that this would involve their flying over heavily-populated areas, however, many people are rightly concerned about the aircraft malfunctioning and crashing down onto someone below. Th... continue reading

Robotic Eels on Jupiter's Moon of Europa Harvest Electricity

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Sometimes, headlines just write themselves. And in this particular case, there’s so much cool stuff going on with this NASA-funded robotic project that we couldn’t even stuff it all in to a single line. It’s a concept for a soft robotic eel designed to explore the oceans of Europa (a moon of Jupiter), which is able to scavenge electrical energ... continue reading