2012 ASEE Competition Entry: ρ-bot Icon

2012 ASEE Competition Entry: ρ-bot

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Design and build two autonomous robots (A and B) that can complete a total of four laps of a relay race. At the start, Robot A must begin behind the start line with a golf ball onboard that represents a mailbag. After completing the first lap, Robot A must pass the golf ball to Robot B in the space between the start and finish lines. This sequence continues until Robot B crosses the finish line on the 4th lap. Teams will have a maximum time of 120 seconds to complete the four laps.

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  • Proportional-Integral-Derivative Controlled Line Following
  • Event Detection
  • Relay
  • Easily Adaptable
  • Automatic Tuning Procedure


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