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Aust IDC is delighted to launch the first on-campus event โ€œHands-on workshop on Building a Soccer Botโ€ on 9th December 2021 after the huge gap of the pandemic outbreak. After the huge break, the goal of the first event was to make the students get connected again with the world of hardware, robotics, and technology. As it was the first on-campus event of this semester, the response from the students was huge, and more than 500 students registered online. About 200+ participants were selected for the two-hour-long event from ๐Ÿ.๐Ÿ“๐ŸŽ ๐๐Œ ๐ญ๐จ ๐Ÿ’ ๐๐Œ, Mr.Tamzid Ul Islam Fouad, sub executive of AUST Innovation and Design Club, started this meeting with a short welcome speech and the introduction of the speaker.

Mr. Nasir Hossain, Joint Secretary of AUST Innovation and Design Club instructed the whole session with his immense knowledge and experience about hardware and robotics. He has been working in this field for 5+ years and won various competitions.Mr. Nasir Hossain gave a basic knowledge about the working principle of the bot, the components, and coding knowledge and showed all the components to the participants at first. Then he shared his huge experience with the participants and depicted his story of building a Robo soccer and winning different competitions with his team. The most exciting part was when he gave his own Robo soccer to the participants to let them have practical knowledge about the whole structure of the bot. He also taught the goals of a Robo soccer match-Personalize your player to contrast with opposing players. to attack, defend, strategize, and score more goals than your opponent.

The workshop provided the students with a basic idea about designing a circuit for a soccer bot, basic coding for building a soccer bot, hardware setup for the bot, a vast idea of the components needed, and the structure of the bot thoroughly. Lastly, in the Q/A session, he answered all the competitive questions that came from the students about Robo soccer and gave hope of all necessary further help regarding any problem on Soccer Bot. Mrs. Sumaiya Tabassum, Vice president of AUST Innovation and Design Club concluded the workshop with a short speech and guidance and To say, the workshop was a great success and instructive to quench the demand of students accurately.

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