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Challenge engineering students and help them develop mechatronic engineering skills with the Arduino Engineering Kit Rev2. This kit provides extensive learning outcomes, giving students a strong understanding of basic engineering concepts through fun projects that create a collaborative learning environment. Students can connect what they learn with real-world industries, are encouraged to think critically, and improve their depth of knowledge by learning theoretical concepts through experimentation.
You can use this versatile kit as the core of a new engineering mechatronics class or freely adapt the content to your own ideas and experiments while implementing MATLAB and Simulink, for example as part of laboratories and final projects. The kit is primarily for three types of users: students learning about mechatronics engineering, professors looking for practical resources to support their class, and makers with an interest or background in robotics, either professionally or as a hobby.
The Arduino Engineering Kit Rev2 features three hands-on projects – a self-balancing motorcycle, a drawing robot, and a webcam-controlled rover.
In addition to the open-source hardware in the kit, each student has access to an e-learning platform with step-by-step instructions, lessons, and other learning materials. The kit also comes with a one-year individual free trial license for MATLAB and Simulink, providing the students with hands-on experience in system modelling and embedded algorithm development.
The kit includes all the physical components you need, including learning materials and software, to build three projects. There’s online step-by-step guidance, so it’s ideal for students working in small groups or for facilitating remote learning:
The online platform helps students learn fundamental engineering concepts, key aspects of mechatronics, and MATLAB and Simulink programming. Learning values include: