C-programmable autonomous multi-sensor robot kit for education

C-programmable autonomous multi-sensor robot kit for education

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Except for the printed circuit boards (PCB), only standard parts are used and freeware tools can be used for programming. The Asuro comes unassembled and includes a soldering guide making it suitable as introduction material for processor-controlled hobby electronics, for projects in schools, universities, and technical education.

The robot features an ATmega8L, 8-bit AVR-RISC processor and can be remotely controlled and PC-programmed via a USB transceiver (optionally, it can be controlled via Bluetooth or a 433MHz RF connection). Extensions kits include six collision-detector sensors, an optical line-tracker unit, two independently controlled 3V-DC motors, an on-board odometer sensor on both wheels, pre-programmed firmware for easy hardware testing and three LED indicators. Included in the package are a CD with software, training manual, and supporting materials as well as AVR-GCC freeware for use with Windows or Linux.

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