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Learn to Build with the TI Robotic System Learning Kit

The TI Robotic System Learning Kit (TI-RSLK) webinar highlights how TI would like to fill a gap in existing engineering curriculum by addressing the fundamentals of embedded systems and progressing to more advanced applications learning.  TI-RSLK is a low-cost robotics kit and classroom curriculum, which provides engineers  with a deeper understanding of how electronic system designs work.  Developed in collaboration with university faculty, Dr. Jon Valvano of UT Austin, the TI-RSLK is designed to supplement university curriculum. The Maze Edition curriculum comes with 20 learning modules covering basic to advanced topics with lecture videos and slides, lab documentation and demonstration videos, quizzes and classroom activities.  Students will learn through hands-on labs that will  allow them to build the robot, problem-solve, test their designs and collaborate as a team to compete with their robots.



Training Outline

  • Philosophy on System Thinking
  • What is TI Robotic System Learning Kit (TI-RSLK)?
  • Quick step to getting started
  • Module Overview
  • Curriculum Pathway
    • Basic Kit example
    • Advanced Kit example
  • Maze Creation


Additional Information




Ayesha Mayhugh

  • Ayesha is currently supporting WW Product Strategy for TI University program.
  • She is responsible for development of content and curriculum incorporating TI technology in engineering education. She was instrumental in launching the TI Power Management Lab kit  (2016), first series of power management courseware for education. This was recognized by EDN as one of top power products’ of the year 2016. Recently she developed in collaboration with Dr Valvano of UT Austin the TI Robotic Systems Learning Kit – online curriculum on “Systems Thinking”.
  • Prior to this role she led the Industrial Interface business unit within TI’s Analog businesses. She was the product line manager and responsible for profit and loss for that organization.
  • She has held several leadership roles within TI including technical product manager responsible for product development and execution. During her first 8 years in TI, Ayesha was a design engineer in the power management business of TI. She led several successful projects designing DC- DC converters. She currently holds two US patents.
  • Ayesha earned her Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical engineering from the University of Bombay and a Master’s degree in Electrical engineering from Texas A&M.
Webinar Recording

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