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taimoortariq
Member Since: May 14, 2013
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I am a Systems/Mechatronics Engineer. My area's of interest include robotics, automation and control systems.

I have had quite an experience working with robots, starting from designing a robot and ending up coding it. I have also had an experience working in manufacturing industry i.e Unilever for some time and getting a certification in PLC & SCADA systems, which has helped me shape my future interests. During my course of study, I have managed quite a few robotic competitions, involving participation of many universities around the country.

I am presently doing my final year project i.e implementing cost effective control on segway robot using IMU sensors and BLDC motors being controlled by AVR atmega controller.

I further plan to  pursue my education in Electrical: control system & robotics engineering & contribute to this field and further enhance its development.



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