This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Next revision
Previous revision
en:start [2010/10/23 18:58]
peep.pirso test
en:start [2019/04/02 05:43] (current)
Line 1: Line 1:
-====== Robotic & Mechatronic HomeLab Kit Community =======+====== Robotic & Mechatronic HomeLab Kit Community ====== 
 +Welcome to the **Network of Excellence** of our **Robotic HomeLab Kit Community**. 
 +This page is a supportive environment for students and teachers using the Robotic HomeLab kit. We are offering learning material and full set of methodologies for the teaching and self education on [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​avr|AVR microcontroller technology]]. Additionally you can find here information about the [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​hardware/​arm-can|ARM-CAN HomeLab Kit]] or [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​hardware/​avr-can/​controller|AVR-CAN Kit]].\\ 
 +This page is offering you e.g. a bunch of [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​examples|practical examples]], about [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​examples/​digi|digital input/​output]],​ [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​examples/​display|indicators and displays]], [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​examples/​sensor|sensors]] and [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​examples/​motor|motor control]]. 
 +The driving force of this site is **HANDS-ON** learning concept. The figure below is giving you an overview and set of important keywords of the concept trying to force the engineering domain and international collaboration in learning and teaching.
-This site is a supportive environment for the students & teachers using the Robotic and Mechatronic HomeLab Kit.+{{:​method:​methodology2.png?580|}}
-The methodology and hardware has been developed under the support of Leonardo Da Vinci program: 
-[[http://​interstudy.ttu.ee|INTERSTUDY Project]] and [[http://​autostudy.ttu.ee/​www|AUTOSTUDY Project]]. 
-This site is developed and kept running by the Department ​of MechatronicsTallinn University ​of Technology ​and by the the support ​of TUT Technology School program.+====== How to use this page ====== 
 +We would recommend to you, to start with the [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​avr/​introduction|Introductional part of AVR microcontroller]]our theoretical basis material, dealing with the functionality ​of e.g. [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​avr/​registers|registers]],​ [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​avr/​interrupts|interrupts]] ​and [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​avr/​clock|clock issues]].\\ 
 +If you are firm with the theoretical part, you can go ahead starting with the practical use of the AVR and the [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​examples/​setup|Installation part]], heading to the [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​examples|practical examples]]. Depending on your level of knowledge and getting the idea how to document your project, the [[http://​home.roboticlab.eu/​en/​projects|example project part]] would be interesting for you.
-The access to the site is divided into three groups: free accessregistered user access ​and teachers. Most material is free to use but half of it needs registration. In case the registered user is a teacher he/she should send a notice to the site manager (depending ​on the country and school) ​and the user is added to the teachers groupThis gives additional rights to access ​the solutions ​of the exercises, answers for the questions and training materialTo start the navigation ​of the site, just select ​the appropriate language on the left menu and then the topic of interest.+===== Contributing ===== 
 +The Network of Excellence is meant as collaboration ​site. We hopeyou can and will benefit from its use and our practical examples ​on the one hand and on the other hand that you will contribute ​to the content, if you notice, something is missing or seems faultyYou can always register yourself on the page to take a part of discussions and get the extended accessIn case of owner of Robotic HomeLab hardware and being teacher in any school you should request ​the supervisor privileges. This will open you the supervisor section with the specific content.
 +===== Languages =====
 +We are currently supporting the following languages and if you like, you can participate in translating the content to your own language.
 +  * {{:​flags:​en.gif|}}[[en:​start|English - English ]] 
 +  * {{:​flags:​et.gif|}}[[et:​start|Estonian - Eesti]] ​
 +  * {{:​flags:​fr.gif|}}[[fr:​start|French - Français]]
 +  * {{:​flags:​de.gif|}}[[de:​start|German - Deutsch]] ​
 +  * {{:​flags:​ru.gif|}}[[ru:​start|Russian]]
-For contact, questions, suggestions and all other comments:+Please note that main language is Englishfollowed by Estonian and German. Other translations might be partly missing or sometimes outdated. 
 +===== Contact ===== 
 +Do not hesitate to contact us in case of any questions, suggestions and all other comments.
-Raivo Sell\\ +Raivo Sell <raivo.sell@ttu.ee> - Estonina, English part\\
-Department of Mechatronics\\ +Sven Seiler <​seiler@it-matters.eu>​ - German part\\ 
-Tallinn University of Technology+ 
 +===== Development ===== 
 +The methodology and hardware is developed under support of Life Long Learning programs and private company funds. 
 +This site is developed and managed by the Raivo Sell from Tallinn ​University of Technology and by the support of different EU programmes, private companies like ITT Group. 
 +Local versions are managed by the following universities:​ 
 +  * Estonian: Tallinn University of Technology / ITT Group 
 +  * German: University of Applied Sciences Bochum  
 +  * Finnish: Helsinki University of Technology 
 +  * French: Belfort-Montbéliard University of Technology 
 +  * Russian: Tallinn School of Mechanics 
 +  * Lithuanian: Kaunas ​University of Technology
-Ehitajate tee 5\\ 
-19086 Tallinn\\ 
en/start.1287849497.txt.gz · Last modified: 2013/03/26 23:02 (external edit)
www.chimeric.de Valid CSS Driven by DokuWiki do yourself a favour and use a real browser - get firefox!! Recent changes RSS feed Valid XHTML 1.0