Amrita – ISRO Soft Moon Lander

The rough terrain of the moon surfaces are well known to present daunting challenges for any space module to land safely with stability. The project aims to address some part of this issue through study and simulation of the landing dynamics of a lunar soft landing gear module. The project proposes to simulate various landing conditions of lunar module and use the results to study the stability of the design. With these results, the proposal is to develop a soft landing module that will meet the stability criteria.   Read more» 

Amrita Surya Vahini

The idea of building a solar auto rickshaw was given by Chancellor Amma last year when she was shown the video of solar tricycle built by the Mechanical Engineering students of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Amritapuri campus, as part of their B.Tech. project. The solar tricycle was running at a maximum speed of 15 km/hr because of some limitations. Amma said that it would be useful for society if the engineering students could make a solar auto rickshaw which could run at a maximum speed of 50 km/hr. Chancellor Amma gave many instructions, including advising mounting the solar panels on all sides of the vehicle to improve efficiency.  Read more» 

Robotic Gripper Driven by Flexible Microactuator

Third-year B.Tech. student, Aditya K., presented a paper titled Robotic Gripper Driven by Flexible Microactuator Based on an Innovative Technique at this conference. Aditya had co-authored the paper with his faculty, Dr. Ganesh Udupa and Pramod Sreedharan.  Read more» 

PRESS RELEASE: Amrita Student Selected as Research Scientist by KIST Korea Institute of Science and Technology 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flexible Soft Micro-gripper

Flexible soft micro-gripper
Flexible soft micro-gripper

 

Micro Walking Robot

A working prototype of a Micro-Walking Robot using Flexible Microactuator.  Read more» 

 

Under Water Robot

Under Water Robot
Under Water Robot
Under Water Robot

 

University Mars Rover Challenge

The Amrita Robotics Club team that participated in the 2015 University Rover Challenge (URC), Mars Desert Research Station, Hanksville, Utah, United States, from May 28-30, was one of the few Indian teams to compete.

 

Mini Projects done by 1st Batch Students (2006)

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