Learning how to control motors and drive your robot is the first step in creating your combat bot. We look at how to read a pulse width signal from an RC receiver using an Arduino and convert that into a PWM signal for driving motors.
LIDAR, which is either a mashup of laser and radar or an acronym for light detection and ranging, is the method of shooting a laser at an object and measuring the time it takes for that reflection to return to a receiver. Here, we look at how LIDAR works & how it can be applied to robots to detect objects.
A water spraying robot which moves all along the garden to spray mater using the Arduino board, relay and pump. The cost effective robot sprays fertilizers, pesticides and water. Arduino board and L293 driver circuit controls the timing of spray and movement of robot. Made by Supraja, Lavanya, Nidhi and Sundar
QUT's AgBot II prototype is equipped with cameras, sensors and software and is designed to work in autonomous groups to navigate, detect and classify weeds and manage them either chemically or mechanically as well as apply fertilizer for site specific crop management. AgBot II is currently being trialed in the field.