Assembly competition of
mobile robots
IAP Poster Session, September 30, 1999
Objectives
 Build
several competitors mobile robots
(assembly includes the mechanical bodies
and sensor fusion), to find a hidden beacon
inside a room.
 Do research and development of
algorithms to find the beacon before any
other robot does it first.
IAP Poster Session, September 30, 1999
Procedure
Literature review
Programming Exercise
Hardware Assembly
Preventive Troubleshooting
Testing
Pre-competition
Competition
Preparation for the presentation
(September)
(October)
(November)
(January)
(February)
(March)
(April)
(May)
IAP Poster Session, September 30, 1999
Projects
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TALRIK II Mobile Robot
– An Inexpensive, Autonomous, Programmable, Mobile
Robot.
TJ PRO Mobile Robot
– An Autonomous, Programmable, Mobile Robot
ROBOBUG Mobile Robot
– An Autonomous, Programmable, Six-Legged Walking
Robot
MINDSTORM Lego Robotics Kit
– An Autonomous, Programmable, Robotics Invention
System
IAP Poster Session, September 30, 1999
Components
 Robot
- Sensors
- Motors
- Microcontrollers
 Personal Computer
 Control Algorithms and Programming
languages
 Infrared transmitter
IAP Poster Session, September 30, 1999
Robots
IAP Poster Session, September 30, 1999
Robots
IAP Poster Session, September 30, 1999
Skills to be developed
by participants
 Work
in teams.
 Work in a time schedule project.
 Get familiarized with the operation of a real
mobile robot.
 Be exposed to mechanical and electronic
assembly.
 Learn about sensor fusion.
 Program
microcontrollers in a real application.
IAP Poster Session, September 30, 1999
Participants
Team 1: Robot Robobug
José L. Vázquez
Jonathan Rivera
Team 2: Robot Talrik II
Eduardo I. Ortiz
Jesús Alverio
Team 3: Robot Mindstorm
Bernardo Mudafort
José R. González
Team 4: Robot Talrik Junior
Eric Lamboy
Noel Cabrera
Competition Date: April 29th, 2000.
IAP Poster Session, September 30, 1999
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