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== Team Members ==
== Team Members ==
Udai Kandah  [MAE]
Udai Kandah  [MAE] - 4th year Mechanical Engineering


Cris Madla    [MAE]
Cris Madla    [MAE] - 4th year Mechanical Engineering


Ethen Lerner  [ECE]
Ethen Lerner  [ECE] - 4th year Computer Engineering


== Project Overview ==
== Project Overview ==

Revision as of 18:28, 16 December 2020

Team Members

Udai Kandah [MAE] - 4th year Mechanical Engineering

Cris Madla [MAE] - 4th year Mechanical Engineering

Ethen Lerner [ECE] - 4th year Computer Engineering

Project Overview

In this project we worked on getting 5 autonomous loops using Deep Learning and another 5 autonomous loops using OpenCV on an outside closed track. For the Deep Learning we drove our model for 30+ laps around the track with 20Hz that is 20 pictures per seconds then trained it to drive autonomously. Although for the OpenCV we used ROS packages ...

Design and Parts

3D Printed

Camera Mount that hold the camera at different angles. This helps in getting different frames to track the lines on the Track. The only problem with this design is that it just fits a specific size of camera. Camera mount11.png

Laser cut

We laser cut a plat to fit all the components on it (camera mount, Jetson, PWM, Switch and DC convector). Our plate has multiple holes with different sizes to organize the wires.

circuit design

Components

  • Jetson nano with memory card
  • PCA9685 PWM
  • Relay
  • DC-DC convertor
  • LED
  • Switch
  • Camera
  • Bettery
  • Servo motor
  • Speed controller

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Implemntation

Useful Knowledge

Results

Future Suggestions

References