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Robot Cars

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Transcript of Robot Cars

Introduction
There are many types of robots. There are toys, exploratory robots, and robot cars to name a few.
By Lordise Reyes & Joseph C arke
10/7/13-10/22/13
Google driverless-car
It senses its own environment and navigating without human input.
Google Self-driving car:
Sandstorm
Robot Cars
Sandstorm:
The sandstorm goes fast, 200 MPH.
It uses a computer to drive.
Here are a few examples of robot cars:
The car is very fast.
Thank You!
Navlab 5
(by Carnegie Mellon)
Navlab 5:
Question 1:
Q:What task does the robot perform? What human function or tasks doesthis robot simulate?
Example 1:
Example 2:
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A:Drives people to and from places;a human driver.
The drive shaft encoders and inside the Navlab has an expensive inertial navigation system for position estimation.
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Question 2:
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Q: Where is the robot used? What is its work envelope (how many degree of freedom or flexible joints does it have)?
A: The robot is used on roads. It doesn't have a flexible or freedom joint.
Example 3:
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Question 3:
Q:Is the robotic end effector multi-functional?If so, what other tasks can it perform?
A:No, it doesn't have any end effectors.
Question 4:
Question 5:
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Q: How is the robot taught to perform its task?
A: The robot car is taught by computer programs to perform
its task.
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Q: What sensors does the robot have and how does the robot use these sencors?
Question 6:
Q: Name some advantages and disadvantages of using a robot to complete this task.
A: The car has a higher speed limit so it can reduce the traffic jams and pick up and drop off passengers more often than taxis.
Question 8:
Q: What type of jobs/careers can this robot create to provide employment to people?
A: Researchers, mechanical engineers, manufacturers.
A: GPS; street sensors; todrive by itself.
Question 7:
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Q: Desribe the impact that this robot has or could have on its intended audience.
A: Very large. It is going to go up very fast when teleportation is invented.
Question 9:
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Q: Predict and explain how this robot may be altered to perform more or difficult task in the future
A: Traveling at light speed will improve robot cars.

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