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Tutorial for autonomous driving
Strašil, Vojtěch ; Zemčík, Tomáš (referee) ; Honec, Peter (advisor)
This thesis is devoted to the design of a teaching aid for autonomous driving intended primarily for second grade primary school students and secondary school students. The aim of this work was to create a robot that is able to move autonomously along a line or in a lane that is formed by two lines, based on data obtained from a camera sensor. The thesis deals with the design of the mechanical part of the robot, the control electronics and the software. The mechanical basis of the robot is formed by an RC car that has been modified with parts printed on a 3D printer. The control electronics is a Raspberry Pi version 4 single board computer, which is complemented by an Adeept Robot HAT. Most of the necessary peripherals are then connected to this extension. The operating software was written in Python and several use cases were created as part of the work. These examples include line recognition algorithms as well as a PSD controller.
Minisumo competition robot
Strašil, Vojtěch ; Bradáč, Zdeněk (referee) ; Streit, Jakub (advisor)
The work is devoted to the design of a competitive sumo robot for the Minisumo category. The aim of the bachelor thesis is to create a robot that is able to push its opponent out of the competition ring. The work deals with the design of the mechanical part of the robot, control electronics and software. The robot control is based on microcontroller ATMEL ATxmega32A4U. This, together with the DRV8874 H-bridges, provides control of a pair of DC motors. Feedback, for the correct orientation of the robot in space, is provided by four optical triangulation sensors and a single reflective optocoupler. Robot control software is written in C programming language.
Tutorial for autonomous driving
Strašil, Vojtěch ; Zemčík, Tomáš (referee) ; Honec, Peter (advisor)
This thesis is devoted to the design of a teaching aid for autonomous driving intended primarily for second grade primary school students and secondary school students. The aim of this work was to create a robot that is able to move autonomously along a line or in a lane that is formed by two lines, based on data obtained from a camera sensor. The thesis deals with the design of the mechanical part of the robot, the control electronics and the software. The mechanical basis of the robot is formed by an RC car that has been modified with parts printed on a 3D printer. The control electronics is a Raspberry Pi version 4 single board computer, which is complemented by an Adeept Robot HAT. Most of the necessary peripherals are then connected to this extension. The operating software was written in Python and several use cases were created as part of the work. These examples include line recognition algorithms as well as a PSD controller.
Minisumo competition robot
Strašil, Vojtěch ; Bradáč, Zdeněk (referee) ; Streit, Jakub (advisor)
The work is devoted to the design of a competitive sumo robot for the Minisumo category. The aim of the bachelor thesis is to create a robot that is able to push its opponent out of the competition ring. The work deals with the design of the mechanical part of the robot, control electronics and software. The robot control is based on microcontroller ATMEL ATxmega32A4U. This, together with the DRV8874 H-bridges, provides control of a pair of DC motors. Feedback, for the correct orientation of the robot in space, is provided by four optical triangulation sensors and a single reflective optocoupler. Robot control software is written in C programming language.

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