Robotics is the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, and application of robots, as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing. These technologies deal with automated machines that can take the place of humans in dangerous environments or manufacturing processes, or resemble humans in appearance, behaviour or cognition. Many of today's robots are inspired by nature contributing to the field of bio-inspired robotics. The concept of creating machines that can operate autonomously dates back to classical times, but research into the functionality and potential uses of robots did not grow substantially until the 20th century. Throughout history, robotics has been often seen to mimic human behaviour, and often manage tasks in a similar fashion. Today, robotics is a rapidly growing field, as technological advances continue, research, design, and building new robots serve various practical purposes, whether domestically, commercially, or militarily. Many robots do jobs that are hazardous to people such as defusing bombs, mines and exploring shipwrecks.

There are many types of robots; they are used in many different environments and for many different uses, although being very diverse in application and form they all share two basic similarities when it comes to their construction.

First: Robots all have some kind of mechanical construction, a frame, form or shape that usually is the solution/result for a set task or problem. For example if you want a robot to travel across heavy dirt or mud, you might think to use tracker treads, So the form your robot might be a box with tracker treads. The treads being the mechanical construction for travelling across the problem of heavy mud or dirt. This mechanical aspect usually deals with a real world application of an object or of itself, example lifting, moving, carrying, flying, swimming, running, walking...etc.

Second: Robots have an electrical aspect to them in them, in the form of wires, sensors, circuits, batteries etc. Example: the tracker tread robot that was mention earlier, it will need some kind of power to actually move the tracker treads. That power comes in the form of electricity, which will have to travel through a wire and originate from a battery, a basic electrical circuit. Even gas powered machines that get their power mainly form gas still require an electrical current to start the gas using process which is why most gas powered machines like cars, have batteries. The electrical aspect of robots is used for movement: as in the control of motors which are used mostly were motion is needed.


Today, we all are aware about state of Indian Defense which is yet laying all efforts to cope with external attacks. Owning to current situation we give opportunities to students to construct a vehicle which runs on DUAL MODE, will give new direction to our Indian researchers to develop and sharpen our weapons.

Ball Gripper

One of the most common effectors is the gripper. In its simplest manifestation it consists of just two fingers which can open and close to pick up and let go of a range of small objects. Fingers can for example be made of a chain with a metal wire run through it. Hands that resemble and work more like a human hand include the Shadow Hand, the Robonaut hand, ... Hands that are of a mid-level complexity include the Delft hand. Mechanical grippers can come in various types, including friction and encompassing jaws. Friction jaws use all the force of the gripper to hold the object in place using friction. Encompassing jaws cradle the object in place, using less friction.


Robot is just like an innocent puppet unless it gets activated. If it gets active then be prepared of havoc coming next door. A robot obeys variety of orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First law. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.1942: Asimov formulates the Laws of Robotics. Metal will clash. Circuits will burn. Sparks will erupt. In this arena fear will reign and lives will be slain. AADHAR, PGC presents to you the ultimate battleground of the robots. It will be Survival of the fittest as the robots battle it out as one bot after the other will perish as one emerges to be the last one standing.


Cricket might be the flavor of India, but soccer undeniably is the world's favorite sport. When robots have made their entry into every walk of life, how can sports are left out. AADHAR bring to you the world's most entertaining sport, soccer, for change to be played by robots. Now you don't have to build a whole team for participating, just a right mechanism will be enough for you to take away the title. The job is simple, push the ball into the net i.e. score a goal. The more the number of goals you score, higher the chances of winning. One of the simplest, yet entertaining events, this will definitely pull you into the world of sports.

Stair Climber

A stairclimber is a type of trolley fitted with rotating wheels or tracks so that it can be pushed or pulled up or down steps or a stairway. Stairclimbers can be manual or battery-powered, and are commonly found in wheel, track, push arm or walker variants. Powered electric stair climbers are available in many variants, both in manufacture and mechanical operation, with the most common being push arm and walker variants due to size, speed and mobility. Tracked versions offer the greatest S.W.L (safe working limit) with regards to the load being moved, whilst push arm and walker variants offer greater speed and ease of operation.