|Title: Embedded Systems: Arduino Programming for Autonomous Racing Cars|
|Speaker: Lanny Sitanayah of Clemson University|
|Contact: Ken Mandelberg, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Date: 2017-04-19 at 2:30PM|
mall, low-cost, low-power sensing devices are transforming science and society, making it possible to transform the deployment of new applications and allow the collection and analysis of data far beyond the scale of what was previously possible. A commercially available embedded platform, such as Arduino, helps developers to prototype embedded systems easier, faster, and in a fun way. One of Arduino's fun projects is autonomous car, where a racing car must be able to move without a remote control. The car should be able to move forward, avoid any obstacles, stop and reverse if necessary, without any user input apart from turning it on. In this talk, we are going to learn how to control the electronic speed control and the steering servo of the car using an Arduino.
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