The aim of the project is to build up an autonomous mobile robot in competing groups (of about 6 students): an RC Unimog to perform tasks in the field of autonomous driving. For this purpose, the individual sub-areas, such as the control, the sensor system or the navigation, will be handled by two participants each.
In the first weeks, each participant must first solve a series of small experiments and tasks that introduce the topic in a practical way. Subsequently, scientific investigations regarding autonomous mobile robots have to be carried out and integrated into the specification and solution development for the realization of a robot. A time schedule and milestones should be defined. At the end of the project, developments and results are to be presented in a presentation and a written summary. The project presentations and the final contest will take place at the end of the lecture period.
To participate in the Bachelor project please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with the following information:
First name, last name, course of study, e-mail address and whether a certificate is required.
Physical attendance is mandatory for the kick-off and the project work.
The dates of the project presentation and the competition will be announced later.
- Foundations of Embedded Systems
- Foundations of Robotics (desired)
- Programming experience (desired)
Proof of Performance
- Solving of Exercises
- Presentation (theory part)
- Final Contest (practical part)
- Final Report (written, one per group)
Recommended for preperation and during the project:
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