Self driving car powered by Intel Edison

Self driving car powered by Intel Edison

Rupam Das

Rupam Das

Bengaluru, Karnataka

This is our upgraded RC car with Intel Edison. The car senses obstacle and avoids it.

Robotics, Internet of Things

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The car uses an RC interface from which Edison board generates 27MHz RC signal for controlling the car. Edison runs a server and is connected to WiFi network. Fuzzy system runs in the fog. It senses obstacle and stops. The obstacke sensing is through an IR distance sensor. Once obstacle is sensed, best path is calculated based on it's learning path. The car keeps driving through the new path.

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Self driving car powered by Intel Edison

The car uses an RC interface from which Edison board generates 27MHz RC signal for controlling the car. Edison runs a server and is connected to WiFi network. Fuzzy system runs in the fog. It senses obstacle and stops. The obstacke sensing is through an IR distance sensor. Once obstacle is sensed, best path is calculated based on it's learning path. The car keeps driving through the new path.

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Rupam D. added photos to project Self driving car powered by Intel Edison

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Self driving car powered by Intel Edison

The car uses an RC interface from which Edison board generates 27MHz RC signal for controlling the car. Edison runs a server and is connected to WiFi network. Fuzzy system runs in the fog. It senses obstacle and stops. The obstacke sensing is through an IR distance sensor. Once obstacle is sensed, best path is calculated based on it's learning path. The car keeps driving through the new path.

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Self driving car powered by Intel Edison

The car uses an RC interface from which Edison board generates 27MHz RC signal for controlling the car. Edison runs a server and is connected to WiFi network. Fuzzy system runs in the fog. It senses obstacle and stops. The obstacke sensing is through an IR distance sensor. Once obstacle is sensed, best path is calculated based on it's learning path. The car keeps driving through the new path.

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