Obstacle Avoiding Robot

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Original price was: 3,000.00₹.Current price is: 2,721.00₹.

The Obstacle Avoiding Robot uses ultrasonic sensors, motor control circuitry, and BO motors for autonomous navigation. It detects obstacles, adjusts its path, and offers educational, research, entertainment, and industrial applications.

  • College Level Project.
  • Totally Hand-made.
  • No Branding.
  • 100% working. Tested by S.R. Robotics.
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The Obstacle Avoiding Robot is an innovative device designed to autonomously navigate its environment by detecting and avoiding obstacles in its path. Equipped with advanced sensors and intelligent control circuitry, this robot offers a fascinating demonstration of robotics technology.


  • Ultrasonic Sensor: Detects obstacles in the robot’s path and provides accurate distance measurements.
  • PCB with ATMega328p IC and L293D Motor Driver: Enables precise motor control and facilitates seamless navigation.
  • Four BO Motors: Power the robot’s movement, allowing it to traverse various terrains with ease.
  • Servo 9g Motor: Enables precise steering and obstacle avoidance maneuvers.
  • Compact and lightweight design for easy maneuverability and transportation.

Components Included:

  • Ultrasonic Sensor
  • PCB with ATMega328p IC and L293D Motor Driver
  • Four BO Motors
  • Servo 9g Motor


  1. The Ultrasonic Sensor scans the robot’s surroundings, emitting ultrasonic waves and measuring the time it takes for the waves to bounce back.
  2. Based on the received echo signals, the robot’s control circuitry calculates the distance to the nearest obstacle.
  3. If an obstacle is detected within a certain range, the control circuitry instructs the motors to adjust the robot’s direction to avoid the obstacle.
  4. The robot continues to scan and navigate its environment, dynamically adjusting its path to avoid collisions with obstacles.


  • Education: Ideal for STEM education and robotics workshops to teach concepts of sensor-based navigation and obstacle avoidance.
  • Research: Used in research projects exploring autonomous robot navigation and obstacle avoidance algorithms.
  • Entertainment: Provides hours of entertainment for hobbyists and enthusiasts interested in robotics and DIY projects.
  • Industrial: Can be adapted for industrial applications such as warehouse automation and surveillance systems.