This product will be shipped approximately by the end of May, 2020
Challenge engineering students and help them develop practical engineering skills with the Arduino Engineering Kit Rev2. Featuring cutting-edge technology, the kit is a practical, hands-on tool that demonstrates key concepts, core aspects of mechatronics, and MATLAB and Simulink programming. Ideal for advanced high school and college students, the three projects teach valuable skills for engineering - plus they’re fun to do!
The Arduino Engineering Kit is the ideal solution for universities and advanced students providing hands-on incorporation of Arduino technology in an educational setting.
The kit is primarily for three types of users: students learning about engineering, professors teaching engineering, and makers with an interest or background in engineering.
The Engineering Kit features 3 hands-on projects that will cover system modeling, control theory, robotics, mechatronics and other important engineering concepts all through Matlab and Simulink programming. These projects will challenge them intellectually and help them develop physical engineering skills — plus they’re just fun to do.
The kit features an Arduino Nano 33 IoT, one of the latest professional boards for IoT launched by Arduino. It also includes several customized parts, a complete set of electronics and mechanical components needed to assemble all three projects.
In addition to the high-quality, open-source hardware provided, after registering online, each student will have access to a dedicated e-learning platform and other learning materials. Additionally, they are granted a one-year individual free trial license for MATLAB and Simulink. This provides them with hands-on experience in system modeling and embedded algorithm development.
The kit is sold in a hard plastic, stackable tool box for storage and years of reuse.
The Arduino Engineering Kit is built on its own education learning management system with step-by-step instructions and lessons. The content of this kit is divided into six chapters, featuring a short introduction, a getting-started guide for the tools that will be used, a concepts section, and, finally, the projects themselves. Users will receive access to the online platform for one year and can purchase additional licenses to extend platform access.
The Arduino Engineering Kit Rev2 features three hands-on projects: a self-balancing motorcycle, a drawing robot, and a mobile rover.
Self-balancing motorcycle: This motorcycle can maneuver across different terrains and remain upright using a flywheel for balance
Mobile rover: The rover navigates between given reference points, moves objects with a forklift and much more
Whiteboard drawing robot: Build and program a robot that can duplicate any drawing it’s given and on a whiteboard
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. Students also get a one-year free individual trial license for MATLAB and Simulink, providing them with hands-on experience in system modeling and embedded algorithm development.
The kit includes several customized parts, a complete set of electronics, and all the mechanical components needed to assemble each project:
Arduino Engineering Kit course content is divided into six chapters and is designed to be followed sequentially from chapters 1 to 3, which should be used as a reference when needed. Chapters 4, 5 and 6 are projects. They can be done in any order but it is recommended to start with chapter 4.
The Arduino Engineering e-platform is currently available in English. More languages, including Spanish, German and French, will be added soon!
You’ll find your registration code on the backside of the lid.
You can access the course content here. Please note that you need an Arduino account to access the course.
The main differences are that the Rev2 kit features:
After completing the installation, you will need to install five add-ons for use in the projects.
MATLAB, Simulink, Stateflow, and ten other add-on products are included in the kit at no extra cost. The Arduino Engineering Kit includes a one-year user license of these products for one individual. This license is for educational use only, not for government, research, commercial, or other organizational use.