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Название: Servo №9 2009 Издательство: T&L Publications, Inc. Год: 2009 Страниц: 85 Язык: Английский Формат: pdf Качество: отличное Размер: 12.77Mб
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Robotics Software Engineering by Fulvio Mastrogiovanni Get an introduction to the benefits of software engineering for robots, particularly the best practices in the development stages and specifically in complex robotic systems.
Creepy Hybrid: Part 1 by Alan Marconett This unique “walking” robot combines wheels and legs to create a cost-effective platform.
Pulse Width Modulation Goes Digital by Bill Axsen With this circuit, you can control the speed of a motor with a computer, connect a sensor array to track a light source, or just control speed without a variable transformer.
CCS Robotics by Fred Eady Custom Computer Services is now offering a robotics development kit ... see what’s all inside!
Robytes by Jeff Eckert Robytes | September 2009 Stimulating Robot Tidbits.
GeerHead by David Geer The Draganflyer X6 UAV Copter The Draganflyer X6 UAV is the lightest, most maneuverable unmanned miniature helicopter for its price, specially produced for the rigors of commercial applications inside and outside the military.
Ask Mr. Roboto by Dennis Clark Ask Mr. Roboto | September 2009 Your Problems Solved Here.
Twin Tweaks by Evan Woolley Bryce Woolley Are You Ready To iARoC? This year, we were once again brought back to the Del Mar Fairgrounds by the incomparable allure of a robotics competition, though this time we were only spectators. Yes, 2009 witnessed the second annual iARoC event — the International Autonomous Robotics Competition.
SERVO TankBot by Ron Hackett SERVO Tankbot | September 2009 Adding an LCD to Your TankBot.
Robotics Resources by Gordon McComb Simple Brains - Going Back To The Basics Microcontrollers like the BASIC STAMP, BasicX, Arduino, AVR, PIC, and all the others make short work of just about any robotics task.
Then and Now by Tom Carroll Underwater Remotely Operated Vehicles The name ‘Remotely Operated Vehicles’ can really apply to any vehicle that is controlled from a distance, which can include law enforcement robots, military robots, aerial vehicles, combat robots, and even remotely-controlled boats and planes.
Your Robot Assignment Is Due in Combat Zone: Features You never really think of robot building and school work as similar, but you may be surprised. Consider this: Homework is given and the due date is established; a competition task is given and the competition date is listed. You the builder are like the student; wanting to do well but a victim to the evils of circumstance.
RioBotz Combat Tutorial: Materials in Combat Zone: Features Original Text by Professor Marco Antonio Meggiolaro; Summarized by Kevin M. Berry
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Wheels For Drills in Combat Zone: Features Iwrote an article for the November ‘06 issue of SERVO that outlined how to convert the motors and gearboxes from cheap cordless drills for use as the drivetrain in smaller combat robots.
The Big B in Combat Zone: Robot Profile The Big B has competed in: BattleBots 4.0, BattleBots 5.0, Steel Conflict 2, RoboGames 2005, February Fun Fest, RoboGames 2006, ComBots Cup II, RoboGames 2007, ComBots Cup III, RoboGames 2008, ComBots Texas Cup, and RoboGames 2009.
Bots In Brief | September 2009 Ghost Rider? Attack Of The Hornworm. Don't Drink The Water. Moth Head Bot.