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1 Robotics PSITE & Pinoy Robot Games


3 The Pinoy Robot Games Foundation through

4 Who study robotics?

5 Who study Robotics?

6 Who study Robotics?

7 Who study Robotics?

8 Who study Robotics? Vietnam Malaysia Indonesia Thailand Singapore
Korea Japan

9 What to study? MECHANICS (Science & Math) or just buy a kit
ELECTRONICS – very basic PROGRAMMING – very important ENVIRONMENT and INTERFACE They all work together as one.

10 Why study robotics? Robotics can be an end – for engineers BUT they need to program! It can be a means to learn programming, embedded systems, operating systems, real-time systems, etc.

11 Do you need to know mechanics?
To star it, NO! Use a pre-built or follow a “how-to” pattern of building and focus on programming. To improve, YES! Change Tires, change body, change structure, etc.

12 Do you need to know electronics?
NO! USE Pre-built ones. YES, the basics of electricity and electronics to ADD to the circuit. For advanced programming, and building of your own libraries Better electronics can also improve design.

13 Robotics in the IT Programs
Is it another subject? NO!

14 Programming Courses Study of Programming
Make robots move (instead of mere input/output) Sense environments and build conditions Learn state transitions and automata by example Use loops, events, triggers from a real environment.

15 Network & Communication
(Multiple robot controllers) Use of bluetooth, Xbee, RF, etc to control them remotely Use of Wifi or Ethernet shields Add web and network programming for IP-based robots (cameras, home controls, etc).

16 Computer Architecture
Learn computer electronics and make your own libraries (midway between C and Assembly) Study of interrupts and bus architectures Firmware programming

17 Areas for research Study of Algorithms Navigation and Planning
Video & Audio Processing Collaborative Robots & Computing Embedded systems Real time systems

18 Robotics in the IT Programs
Is it another subject? NO!

19 Why study robotics?

20 Why Study Robotics? Most Bought Robot in the world
Home/Building Controls Cleaning Pools Washing Windows Robot Window Washer Robot Cleaning Pipes

21 Micro-controller Applications

22 ARDUINO How to Start? Mechanical Parts Motor Controller
Sensors (a bit expensive) Solve Problems or Join Contests.

23 How to Start? (Supplies)
PC Troubleshooters PLUS SENSORS

24 How to Start? (Supplies)
E-Gizmo and Alexan Locally made Arduino Boards

25 How to Start? (Supplies)
New from Alexan (Motor and Sensor Shield)

26 How to Start? As a computer club Hold Seminar/Training
Compile tutorials Run Contests Adapt it as a learning platform


28 Watch OUT!!! NATONAL and Regional SUMOBOT

29 PSITE SUMOBOT 2012 Teacher’s Edition

30 PSITE SUMOBOT 2012 Sustaining teacher training and praxis
Good modeling for students Starting point for possible curriculum use and integration. Starting point for possible research and research grants

31 PSITE SUMOBOT 2012 PSITE hold regional contests
Pinoy Robot Games maintain a National Tally Board (for scores) and official rules of the contest. Pinoy Robot Games hold the NATIONAL CONTEST

32 PSITE SUMOBOT 2012 National Contest WINNER sponsored to go to the International Robot Olympiad or Singapore Robot Games

33 Jobs of the Future

34 Jobs of the Future

35 Jobs of the Future

36 Pinoy Robot Games Thank You! Melvin R. Matulac

37 Pinoy Robot Games and PSITE Partners for Success

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