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Drones (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles - UAVs):

Drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are remotely piloted or autonomously operated aircraft that can fly without an onboard human pilot. Drones are equipped with various sensors, cameras, and communication systems to perform a wide range of tasks. They can be used for aerial surveillance, photography and videography, mapping and surveying, package delivery, agricultural monitoring, disaster response, and many other application

Drones are typically controlled either by a human operator on the ground or autonomously using pre-programmed flight paths and navigation systems. They can vary in size and configuration, ranging from small quadcopters with multiple rotors to larger fixed-wing aircraft. Drones have revolutionized industries and sectors such as filmmaking, agriculture, infrastructure inspection, search and rescue operations.


Robotics involves the design, construction, programming, and operation of mechanical devices called robots. Robots are machines or systems that can perform tasks autonomously or with human control. They are equipped with sensors, actuators, and software to perceive their environment, make decisions, and execute actions.

Robots come in various forms, including wheeled or legged robots, industrial robotic arms, humanoid robots, underwater robots, and more. They are used in industries such as manufacturing, healthcare, logistics, exploration, entertainment, and research. Robotics encompasses areas such as robot perception (sensing and understanding the environment), robot control (planning and executing actions), machine learning (enabling robots to learn from data and improve performance), and human-robot interaction (enabling robots to interact with humans safely and effectively).

The convergence of drones and robotics has led to the development of aerial robots or flying robots, which combine the capabilities of both fields. These aerial robots can perform tasks such as inspection, surveillance, mapping, and delivery in environments that are difficult or dangerous for humans to access.

Drone and robotics technologies are advancing rapidly and have the potential to revolutionize various industries, improve efficiency, enhance safety, and enable new applications and services.

For more information about DRONE AND ROBOTICS LAB @GHRIET , Contact Person
Mr. Vipin S. Bhure at
Mr. Vishal Jaiswal at

Vision & Mission

    Our Vision

  • To empower individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in the field of drone and robotics technology, enabling them to contribute to innovative solutions and advancements that address real-world challenges.

    Our Mission

    • To enhance the problem-solving skills, critical thinking and design thinking skills, provide high-quality education and training programs that encompass the fundamental principles, theories, and practical applications of drone and robotics technology. Equip students with a comprehensive understanding of the field, fostering critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving skills.

Center for Drone and Robotics Technologies

  • With a state of art advancement in research and development G H Raisoni Institute of Engineering & Technology has come up with a world class technology for its students in the field like robotics, drones.
  • The students are benefit from strong research orientation. They get a chance for hands on exposure to work on projects related to Drone and Robotics

The learning outcomes are

  • CO1Recognize and describe the role of drone in present, past and future society
  • CO2 Comprehend basic components of drone.
  • CO3 Explain the impact of various payloads of drone
  • CO4 Interpret the aspects of legal issues
  • CO5 Implement and design application oriented drone
  • CO1Understand the kinematic and dynamic concept of Robots.
  • CO2 Analysis the control laws for a simple robot
  • CO3Integrate mechanical and electrical hardware for a real prototype of robotic.
  • CO4 Select a robotic system for given industrial application .
  • CO5Design and demonstrate the multidisciplinary Robot

Glimpses Of Drones - Robotics Lab


COE:Drone and Robotics Labs


COE:Drone and Robotics Labs


COE:Drone and Robotics Labs