Robotics club
IIT Delhi
Ourstory
Robotics Club IIT Delhi

We are an organization at IIT Delhi that provides students with the resources to develop robots.


settings Robotics is the branch of technology that deals with the design, construction, operation, structural disposition, manufacture and application of robots.


The concept and creation of autonomously operating machines dates back a long time, but credible research into the functionality and potential uses of robots did not grow substantially until the 20th century. And today, robotics is a rapidly growing field, as we continue to research, design and build new robots that serve various practical purposes including domestic, commercial and military. Having said that, the Robotics Club of IIT Delhi strives to stimulate interest in robotics among the students of the institute. Besides making a serious endeavour to spread knowledge on Robotics and its diverse applications, it also stands by the subtle acronym of TEAM - 'Together Everyone Achieves More'. It is this exemplary virtue that has bound the club and helped it to grow to its present potential. It was initiated way back in 2002 under the tutelage of Prof. S.K.Saha (Department of Mechanical Engineering), with the solitary objective of participating in the ROBOCON competition. But over the years it has diversified. We firmly believe in working in a planned, organized and disciplined manner that helps us in risk free management. The proceedings of the clubs are all pre-planned and run smoothly according to the constitution. Well defined goals, an organized and disciplined work structure and motivated members are the features of the club, to mention a few, that have helped the club to grow to a level where we see it now. The club today is an active platform for students to display and develop their practical machine building skills and knowledge. Any company interested to adopt any of the Robotics devices, we would be more than happy to adopt or transfer the technology.

Robocon
The asia-pacific robot contest
The Asia-Pacific Robot Contest (ABU Robocon) is an Asian Oceanian College robot competition, founded in 2002 by Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union. In the competition robots compete to complete a task within a set period of time. The contest aims to create friendship among young people with similar interests who will lead their countries in the 21st century, as well as help advance engineering and broadcasting technologies in the region. The event is broadcast in many countries through ABU member broadcasters.
The ABU Robocon 2020 Suva contest is to play rugby 7’s game using two robots and five obstacles as five defending players. The highlight of this game is how the two robots collaborate to score Try and the Goal Kick. The main and unique challenge of this game will be Goal Kick, kicking the Kick Ball over the cross bar of the conversion post because of the unique shape of the rugby ball. The audience will be fascinated if the robot made all the Goals successfully. We are looking forward to witnessing exciting games of unique robots built by the young budding engineers in Suva, Fiji. Based on this concept, ABU Robocon 2020 Suva is designed to promote the idea of “Rugby 7’s”. A game is between Red and Blue teams. It lasts three minutes at most. Each team has two robots known as Pass Robot (PR) and Try Robot (TR). The two robots can be either manual or automatic. The PR starts from the PR Start Zone. The PR picks up one Try Ball from the Ball Rack and passes the Try Ball from the Passing Zone to TR located in the Receiving Zone. The TR starts from the TR Start Zone and moves into the Receiving Zone to receive the Try Ball from PR. The TR then goes along the five defending Obstacles to score the Try in the one of the five Try Spots. After a successful Try by TR, a kick step can be taken from the Kicking Zone to make the Goal. The game continues until all the seven Kick Balls are used or when the 3 minutes passed.
IIT Delhi | robocon
The main objective here is to build robots to participate in the ROBOCON INDIA competition and subsequently qualify for the international level. IIT Delhi has an exemplary track record in this competition. We won it in the year 2007 and represented INDIA in the International ROBOCON Competition. Over the years, our robots, both manual and automatic, have been highly appreciated at the competition. The Indian leg of the competition is held in the month of March every year.
Robocon teams
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Team robocon 2019
Robodiaries
OurProjects
Robotic Arm
Hexapod
Four legged Autonomous Bot
Four Wheeled Holonomic Drive
These are the projects that have been worked upon in the year 2019. Older projects are availble on the Archive
OurTeam
Faculty
Dr. Sunil Jha
Faculty Coordinator
Associate Professor
Department of Mechanical Engg.
IIT Delhi
Prof. Subir Kumar Saha
Club Advisor
Professor
Department of Mechanical Engg.
IIT Delhi
Junior Undergraduates
Rohan Yutham
overall Coordinator
Mechanical Department
Prabudh Jangra
Electrical coordinator
Electrical Department
Bonu Mukesh
Mechanical Coordinator
Mechanical Department
Sophomores
Aashrith Valvai
Computer Science
Adarsh Jain
Electrical Department
Akhil Bajiya
Mechanical Department
Ankish Chandresh
Electrical Department
Aryan Gupta
Mechanical Department
Biruduraju Hara Hima Druthi
Electrical Department
Dipen Kumar
Computer Science
Grishma G
Electrical Department
Harman Singh
Electrical Department
Manisha Verma
Mechanical Department
Neelabh Madan
Mechanical Department
Palak Bhagat
Mechanical Department
Rachit Mittal
Maths & Computing
Raghav Goel
Chemical Department
Varsha Goalla
Computer Science
Vikash Kumawat
Mechanical Department
Senior Advisors
Aniket Gupta
Mechanical Department
Arjun Bhardwaj
Mechanical Department
Manuj Trehan
Mechanical Department
anisha Singrodia
Mechanical Department
Kumar Saurav
Mechanical Department
Tanmay Goyal
Mechanical Department
Dinesh Singamsetty
Computer Science
Pranav Nagpure
Textile Department
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ContactUS
roboiitd@gmail.com

First Floor, SAC IIT Delhi, Hauz Khas - 110016
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Dr Sunil Jha
Faculty Incharge
Room no. 156, Block III
Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Delhi
Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016

phone +91-11-2659-1125(O)
email suniljha@mech.iitd.ac.in
Rohan Yuttham
Overall Coordinator
Shivalik Hostel
IIT Delhi
Hauz Khas, New Delhi-110016

phone +91-8003314572
email rohan989yuttham@gmail.com
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