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ABU Robocon 2014
Transcript of ABU Robocon 2014
The Asia-Pacific Robot Contest (ABU Robocon) is an Asian Oceanian College robot competition, founded in 2002 by Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union. In the competition robots compete to complete a task within a set period of time. The contest aims to create friendship among young people with similar interests who will lead their countries in the 21st century, as well as help advance engineering and broadcasting technologies in the region. The event is broadcast in many countries through ABU member broadcasters.
Autonomous Satellite Tracking System using GPS and Magnetometers
Processed GPS data using DSPIC33fJ64mc802.
Implementation of Peak point tracking algorithm.
Communication between different controllers with a Master controller.
Milestones (CRG Project)
Fully Autonomous Humanoid
Semi Autonomous Navigator
Stair Climbing capability
Object carrying capability (upto 5 -7 kg)
Operations in Hazardous territory (with wireless capability)
Final Year Presentation
Muhammad Danish Khan [E10-051]
Syed Muhammad Abdullah [E10-093]
Muhammad Awais Azhar [E10-047]
Mazhar Hamaish [E10-039]
Khuzaima Ahmed [E10-034]
Abdul Rauf Liaqat [E10-003]
Ahsan Wani [E10-008]
Usman Saleh [E10-070]
Design and Fabrication of manual robot along with a autonomous robot for ABU Robocon 2014
Abu Robocon 2013 Auto Robot
Elevation and Azimuth calculation
On Board Controller
Dual Mode motor drive
ABU Robocon 2013
Full hardware designing
Navigation using Proximity sensors, line tracking and encoders
To calculate the azimuth and elevation using GPS.
To calculate position & direction of our receiver using magnetometer.
Pointing the receiver at calculated values.
Peak point detection and positioning of the receiver at maximum SNR point.
Milestones (CRG Project)
The proper design of mechanical receiver in solid works.
Tilt compensation using Honeywell magnetometer.
Breakout boards of DSPIC33fJ64mc802.
Compilation - 2
Compilation - 1
Evaluation and Observation Documentation
Robocon 2014 theme was announced after the end of Robocon 2013 on 19th August, 2013