Autonomous Robots

Autonomous Robots

Autonomous Robots By: Autonomous Robot Club Content

Overview of an Autonomous Robot Robot Senses Processing

Movers and Actuators Autonomous Robot Game IGVC Taurus Questions Autonomous Robots Robot - A machine that can perform tasks

Autonomous - Acting independently Robot Senses Almost like living organisms Sensors and devices Examples:

Gyroscope - orientation Camera seeing LiDar or Proximity Sensor - distance Data Processing

Data Processing target Data Processing possible target

target possible target Data Processing target

local target Data Processing Compass and GPS give direction Common intelligent algorithms? AI?

Data Processing Compass and GPS give direction Common intelligent algorithms? AI? Movers and Actuators Processed data sent to movers

and/or actuators Examples: Motors or wheels Arm or servos Piston or solenoid Mechanical

Autonomous Robot Game Person 1 (Gatherer), Person 2 (Processor), Person 3 (Mover or Actor) Person 1 tells Person 2 where the closest obstacle is located (left, right, middle) and approximately how far obstacle is from Person 3 Person 2 tells person 3 which direction to face and how many steps to take Person 3 Moves

Repeat IGVC Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition Autonomous vehicle to follow a path

Waypoints (GPS locations) Obstacles to avoid Taurus First autonomous vehicle of ARC Obstacle avoidance demo

Questions?

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