Good Samaritan Robotics User Interface Team
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This poster presents the topic of the user interface team for the Urban Search And Rescue (USAR) Robot, Good Samaritan, senior design project. The USAR senior design project consists of four teams: platform, robotic arm, miniature, and user interface. The user interface team is responsible for: human interaction controls, on-robot computing, networking, localization and mapping, sensing (CO2, distance, audio, visual, thermal), and sending motor controls. The user will input controls using a Logitech gamepad into a laptop computer, which will be sent via 802.11a wireless network to the robot's ...
Tranby, Steven Michael; Schmitt, Josh C.; Robinson, Jonathan Shea; Goebel, Stephen Richard; Darbonne, Kenneth C.; Wilkins, Brent H.; Kaiser, Carl L.;
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