Roadkill Robotics and Autonomous Systems Project Report
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Roadkill - Robotics and Autonomous Systems Project Report

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Fredrik Dahlström
Jakob Lublin
Peter Osagie

This report is a part of the course Robotics and Autonomous Systems (2D1426), held at the Royal Institute of Technology, KTH during the au- tumn of 2003. During the course seven teams were to build one robot each and then compete against each other in a ?oor hockey tournament. This report outlines the mechanical and software design solutions that we decided to implement on our robot.

1 Introduction
An extract from the Collins English Dictionary (Word Finder 7) In the course Robotics and Autonomous Systems, the students are given the assignment of designing, building and programming their own au- tonomous robots, who are to compete against each other in the Robot Ta- ble Hockey Competition. This project and implimentation report is part of the undergraduate course in Robotics and Autonomous Systems, at the Royal Institute of Technology. The objective of this course is to teach the basics of robotics, and give an understanding for the complications involved in autonomous systems. In the course the students are given the task to construct a quite simple autonomous robot being able to play ?oor hockey. The main parts of the robot are a PIC 16F877 microcontroller mounted on a motherboard, differ- ent kinds of IR-sensors and two 12 V motors. These parts as well as other material such as L EGO TM and MecconoTM were provided by the course leader. Concerning the actual construction of the robot the students are given a lot of freedom, as long as none of the ?oor hockey rules are vio- lated. There were a total of seven project and implimentation groups, with three members in each group. Each group were to construct their own robot for the tournament held in the end of the course.
Robot ?oor hockey
The game of robot ?oor hockey is played by two autonomous robots on a rink approximately two and a half meters in length and one and a half in width. The surface of the rink is white except for the middle line and the two goal zones. The goals and the puck are equipped with infrared light emitting diodes so that the robots can locate their position. The objective 3 for the robots is to guide the puck into their opponentâ„¢s goal without en- tering the goal zone, and to hinder their opponent from doing the same.

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.pdf   RobotBuilding_Chapter4.pdf (Size: 216.43 KB / Downloads: 124)
Building Low Cost Autonomous Robots

Sachitanand Malewar
Director, NEX Robotics

In this chapter we are going to write important functions for the robot like LCD display, velocity and direction control, acquiring analog data etc. In the first step we are going to do LCD interfacing. If you don’t want to use LCD then you can skip this step and go to I/O interfacing section. LCD interfacing: At first it looks not so important but it will be very useful when you are going to calibrate your line sensors. It will be very useful when you deploy your robot in the contest arena and your sensors can display amount of ambient light interfering with your sensors. It can also show on what node your robot is and where it is heading. If you display node number (column and row number of the white line) you can very easily identify problem if robot is missing the nodes. At first LCD interfacing seems bit complicated but it is very easy if you use standardized code. You don’t have to reinvent the wheel. You can use LCD display code from our project and implimentations as open source content.
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