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Published on May 28, 2007
This is an interdisciplinary project carried out at Copenhagen University College of Engineering.
We made all parts by ourself except the DC-motors, batteries, and microprocessor. A PI-controller has been programmed in the microprocessor to control the robot. The velocity of the robot lies between 1.6 to 1.8 m/s depends on the track condition. A combination of magnetic and optical sensors was used to ensure the maximum precision and fast tracking ability in all situations.
The robot has three different driving styles as comfort, sport, and racing. In the shown video the robot was running in the sport mode.