Sunday, 3 June 2012

Pakistani students group makes robot “Cheeta” to perform multiple tasks

Five member group of Electronics Department of the university has claimed to have made a robot named “Cheeta” which could be used to perform several task including defence purpose, reports Nai Baat.
The group led by Adnan Ahmed comprises Faraz Lodhi, Zaid Shafiqui, Naveed Baloch and Jageer Ahmed.
“Cheeta is basically a micro control base robot which completes the given task by following a line. The robot can reduce the number deaths if we use it in mining,” the Urdu daily quoted Adnan as saying.
“The robot can also be used in defence purpose and it can also control traffic. All the parts which we have used to make this robot are available in the local market,” he added.
The robot gained third position in Robo Com 2012 competition held in the university recently.

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