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dc.contributor.authorScott, Eric
dc.contributor.authorBailey, Tanner
dc.contributor.authorEaker, Aaron
dc.contributor.authorCallahan, Noah
dc.contributor.authorGomez, Tim
dc.date2021-12
dc.date.accessioned2021-12-14T18:27:47Z
dc.date.available2021-12-14T18:27:47Z
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12419/714
dc.description.abstractThe Clean Sweep team designed and deployed the Sweepy McMurderbot battle robot built on the iRobot Roomba 600 Create 2 Open Interface platform. This platform provided two drive wheels and one front caster wheel along with an integrated power source and motion-control electronics with a serial interface. The mobile platform was enhanced with a rotating flail type weapon, a top side shield, and wireless Joystick control capability. Solidworks was the common engineering environment the team selected for modeling and as a virtual integration platform. Three Arduino Uno’s were utilized. One controlled the stepper motor that powered the flail weapon, LEDs, and the audio. One controlled the Roomba and sent commands over serial to the Roomba and the weapon controller. The last one interfaced to a Joystick and allowed the operator full control over the robot and commands via WiFi to the Roomba controller. All software subroutines were written using C/C++ language via the Arduino IDE This design project was completed within a 16-week period with a project cost of $1,000.00. The end goal of this project was to demonstrate fundamental engineering design capabilities and understanding, as well as designing and deploying a winning battle bot that will crush the competition – or at least smash them to bits.
dc.subjectRoombaen_US
dc.subjectbattleen_US
dc.subjectboten_US
dc.titleBattle Botsen_US
refterms.dateFOA2021-12-14T18:27:47Z
html.description.abstractThe Clean Sweep team designed and deployed the Sweepy McMurderbot battle robot built on the iRobot Roomba 600 Create 2 Open Interface platform. This platform provided two drive wheels and one front caster wheel along with an integrated power source and motion-control electronics with a serial interface. The mobile platform was enhanced with a rotating flail type weapon, a top side shield, and wireless Joystick control capability. Solidworks was the common engineering environment the team selected for modeling and as a virtual integration platform. Three Arduino Uno’s were utilized. One controlled the stepper motor that powered the flail weapon, LEDs, and the audio. One controlled the Roomba and sent commands over serial to the Roomba and the weapon controller. The last one interfaced to a Joystick and allowed the operator full control over the robot and commands via WiFi to the Roomba controller. All software subroutines were written using C/C++ language via the Arduino IDE This design project was completed within a 16-week period with a project cost of $1,000.00. The end goal of this project was to demonstrate fundamental engineering design capabilities and understanding, as well as designing and deploying a winning battle bot that will crush the competition – or at least smash them to bits.en_US
dc.contributor.affiliationUniversity of Southern Indianaen_US


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