For all the robotics enthusiasts, here are top 10 ideas for robotic projects that help you to build your portfolio
Robotics is thriving in educational institutes ranging from K12 to Ph.D. students in the last few years. Students are highly interested to work with multiple interactive and productive robots for the welfare of the global tech market. Thus, aspiring techies look for some of the interesting research topics, projects, and thesis on robotics to be more professional. These projects and thesis on robotics projects help in gaining a strong understanding of the domain. Let’s explore some of the top robotics project ideas in 2022.

Cube Solving Robot
Cube images are captured by a python program module, then color extraction for each sticker is processed by another program module and finally, the cube is solved by the Kociemba algorithm, and the solution is sent to Arduino through a serial port. Once the solution is received the arduino code starts processing the movements, after 6-8 minutes the process finishes and the robot shows all the faces of the cube solved.

Design of Amphibian Robot
Amphipods are robots that have mobility on both land and water. These kinds of bots will be useful for surveillance and transportation purposes. In autonomous defense and surveillance applications, the robots have to move on various platforms and surfaces. On ocean sea shores, the robots have to navigate on rock-solid terrains and in sandy beaches. The robot has to move in all directions.

BCI-Based Desired Bot
A Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) acts as a communication mechanism using brain signals to control external devices. The generation of such signals is sometimes independent of the nervous system, such as in Passive BCI. This is majorly beneficial for those who have severe motor disabilities. Traditional BCI systems have been dependent only on brain signals recorded using Electroencephalography (EEG) and have used a rule-based translation algorithm to generate control commands. However, the recent use of multi-sensor data fusion and machine learning-based translation algorithms has improved the accuracy of such systems.

Rescue Bot
A wheel-legged rescue robot design with strong environmental adaptability is proposed. The design presented is aimed at helping rescue workers complete their missions, such as environmental and personnel search, quickly and accurately. So it has broad application prospects. In order to achieve the advantages of simple structure, easy control, small occupation space, and wide motion range, a wheel-legged rescue robot is designed in this paper, and the robot can realize three kinds of motion states, which include wheel state, rotation center lifting process, and leg state. Then the motion states are analyzed in detail, which provides a reference for motion control.

Library Book Management Robot
The Library Management Robot (LMR) will mitigate the problems by collecting the books from the library counter and then arranging the books, one by one, into shelves. The LMR works on the general principle of RFID, Line following, and kinematics of the robotic arm. The LMR will initially scan the RFID tag of a book and then find its shelf according to the data previously fed into it. Then it will travel to the shelf according to the path following the lines made on the floor of the library. After reaching the shelf, LMR will pick up the book and place it in the respective rack on the shelf. The same procedure will be repeated for every book.

Mobile Robot Navigation System with RFID and Ultrasonic Sensors
The robot system is composed of a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tag sensor, a laser range scanner, a mobile platform, and Ultrasonic sensors. The RFID tags are used as landmarks for global path planning and the topological relation map which shows the connection of scattered tags through the environment is used as course instructions to a goal. The robot automatically moves along hallways using the scanned range data until a tag is found and then refers to the topological map for the next movement.

Four-Legged Walking Robot
A four-legged walking robot was designed as a research robot platform, to be used in the indoor environment, walking straight and curved paths and detecting and overcoming known obstacles. Straight paths are done with a gait matrix strategy and curved paths are accomplished by the four legs which have differential strokes in inclined paths relative to the robot’s longitudinal axis. Obstacle overcoming is done using only information from contact sensors installed on the robot’s feet. Complex movements and tracking sequences are proposed to be built from a small group of simple movements sequenced according to the contact keys switching sequence.

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