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Brian Chan [https://www.linkedin.com/in/br-chan/] <br>
Brian Chan [https://www.linkedin.com/in/br-chan/] <br>
Noe Saavedra Melchor [https://www.linkedin.com/in/noe-saavedra-melchor/]
Noe Saavedra Melchor [https://www.linkedin.com/in/noe-saavedra-melchor/]
== Circuitry

Revision as of 01:02, 5 June 2019

We are Team2


Our project's main objective is to detect and remove obstacles utilizing an ultrasonic sensor and swinger arm respectively. There are certain environments that are filled with garbage or obstacles. It may be of importance to have the debris cleared before other vehicles or people come in to complete a certain task. In an attempt to create a project that would eventually detect debris on the road and dispose of it properly we began by implementing an ultrasonic sensor and sweeper arm. In future iterations of the project, other sensors or arm actuation can be implemented to further the capabilities of the robot.

Team2 Members

Ascher Ramsay
Brian Chan [1]
Noe Saavedra Melchor [2]

== Circuitry

Mechanical Components

Autonomous Laps

Team2 was able to collect data and train a model that successfully completed 5 indoor autonomous laps.

<embedvideo service="youtube" description="5 Indoor Autonomous Laps">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AILaGnwWNls&feature=youtu.be</embedvideo>

Using the same model, the robocar was able to complete 3 fully autonomous outdoor laps. The model was robust enough to detect the outer edges of the track despite the lighting differences in the training data. The model was able to detect the edges of the track and correctively steer in order to remain within the outdoor test track.

<embedvideo service="youtube" description="3 Outdoor Autonomous Laps">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaLTZFG-oJE</embedvideo>

Team Members

Brian Chan

Ascher Ramsay

Noe Melchor