9th RoboTryst 2018 held at IIT-Delhi on 24-26 Feb 2018
People including youth get fascinated by Robots such as ASIMO, Kismet, iRobot etc. Robotics not only helps to convert conceptions into real-life structures and designs but fosters the spirit of development, creativity and innovation. It may also act as hobby and stress busters to individuals.
So, dubbed as the largest platform for engineering and school students, the 9th edition of RoboTryst 2018, an annual technical festival will be held at IIT-Delhi on 23-26 Feb 2018. RoboTryst 2018, an International Level Robotics Championship is being organized by Tryst IIT Delhli in association with Robosapiens India Publications. IIT Delhi is also organizing Zonal Rounds of RoboTryst 2018 in selected Colleges all across India. On the sidelines of RoboTryst, IIT Delhi will be organizing technical workshops.
RoboTryst is organized by Robosapiens India Publications, an IIT-Bombay alumni venture. Robosapiens India Publications advanced education in the field of Robotics; they also organize various career oriented training programs and projects at selective engineering colleges/universities in pan India.
Robosapiens India Publications focuses on education solutions, covering Robotics Education and doing Research & development in Robotics, embedded Systems, Quadcopter etc. They conduct Workshops, Trainings Certifications, DIY (Do It Yourself) Kits to engineering colleges and schools all across India via a good delivery network. Till today 670 RoboTryst workshops were conducted in 1780 colleges with the attendance of 29542 students and 16256 Robotic kits were distributed to the students.
Robosapiens also design, supply and undertake maintenance of Robotics Lab equipments The current robotics training system provides a hands-on experience and exposure in the latest technologies to the students.
In the past, Robosapiens had organized India’s Biggest Robotics Championships in Institutions like IIT-Bombay, IIT-Delhi, IIT-Guwahati, IIT-Roorkee etc. They have organized Outreach Programs such as Technothlon ’09 IIT-Guwahati, Techniche ’15 IIT Guwahati and Technex ’11 IIT- BHU.