" The true delight is in the finding out rather than in the knowing ”
Robotics Club of CET was conceived with the aim of enriching the culture of our college with an active interest in advanced technology. Those were days when the campus was plagued with political strives and learning took a backseat. Thus the club became an oasis of technically oriented, testosterone driven engineers.
Another important aim of the club was to augment knowledge related to hobby robotics. This would help the posterity to achieve greater heights and have a faster, nonetheless steeper, learning curve. As Newton once remarked “I can see further because I stand on the shoulders of giants”.
RoboCET.com is open to all who have anything worthwhile to say about robotics. Air your doubts, questions, claims, anything to find a solution. This site will also document the various activities of this club at C.E.T. So come aboard and let’s find out!
- This club is aimed at providing a tangible forum for discussions related to robotics. This initiative is mainly to provide a virtual home for its humble counterpart in the real world.
- One of the most important target of the club is to induct the juniors to the art of robotics. It should never take a back seat. This will always be our strategic vision.
- Apart from obvious opportunities for improving technical acumen, the club provides nursery for project management, collaboration, team-building, web administration and organisational skill development.
Deep Learning for Computer Vision
Deep learning added a huge boost to the already rapidly developing field of computer vision. With deep learning, a lot of new applications of computer vision techniques have been introduced and are now becoming parts of our everyday lives.
This workshop aims to introduce the participants to computer vision, starting from basics and then turning to more modern deep learning models. We will cover a wide range of topics starting from the Basics of Neural Network to image classification and annotation, object recognition various object detection techniques.
Drone Development Workshop
RoboCET in association with Dhwani organised, for the first time in KERALA, a Drone Development Workshop in which about 150 students from all over the state participated and took away with them a fully functional drone and a lot of knowledge. The students were taught to design, fabricate and test their very own Quadcopter, which is an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that would fly around seamlessly with wirelessly transmitted data from the WiFi. The workshop was a Beginner to Advanced level workshop where anyone irrespective of their age and knowledge will be able to dessign and create their own airbone drone
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