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How to make a diff robot (2 traction wheels front and 2 castor wheels back) to go straight?

I’m developing a differential robot. My wheeled robot has two castor wheels in the back and two driven wheels in the front. The motor controller I’m using can handle two motors each with 90 cpr. Each ...
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Making a robot go in a straight rate - sampling rate for motor PID

I'm trying to build a robot/rover based on Raspberry Pi 3 At the moment I'm straggling with a basic driving in a straight line. I'm in a process of tuning my PID code andI'm not sure what sampling ...
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Balancing robot - How to control the velocity and angle

We are currently making a balancing robot as a school project. The robot has a gyroscope and an encoder to get the angle of the robot and the rpm of the wheels. By using the current angle of the ...
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What algorithm should I use to make a dynamic Line following robot? [closed]

I want to make a LFR using IR sensor. Till now I coded my robot according to the track I am going to participate in. So it won't work on any other track. But now I want to code it in a way that it ...
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Do I need to use separate function in PID algorithm to make the bot go LEFT or RIGHT?

Do I need to use separate function in PID algorithm to make the bot go LEFT or RIGHT? ...
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Handling PID DC motor control at low speeds

I am building a 4 wheel rover and am using PID DC motor control for the back set of wheels. The feedback for the speed is provided by Hall effect sensors, with two pulses per rotation. This means ...
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Tuning Line follower PID constants with Q-learning

I am currently working on a line follower buggy and have managed to tune the PID constants​ manually. The buggy follows the line at a moderate speed. I will now like to take things further and learn ...
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How do the PID parameters (Kp, Ki, and Kd) affect the heading of a differential driving robot when they are increased individually?

Question: A PID controller has three parameters Kp, Ki and Kd which could affect the output performance. A differential driving robot is controlled by a PID controller. The heading information is ...
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Balancing Robot Control Model

I am trying to find a control model for the system of a balancing robot. The purpose of this project is control $\theta_2$ by the 2 motors in the wheels i.e. through the torque $τ$ I started with the ...
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2 wheeled, 2 motor robot control

I decided to work on a 2 wheeled robot position mapping problem. For that I have 2 DC motors with encoders from pololu. I have the following two questions: Do I need to know the model of each motor ...
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Position Control of an Omni Wheel Drive Robot

I want to create a robot that will navigate on a desired path! That path can be a straight line or a circular path with a given radius. I will use 3 or 4 omni wheel drive platform and for positioning,...
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Cascading PID DC Motor Position & Velocity Controllers

I'm trying to build a robot with a differential drive powered by two DC Motors. First I implemented a PID Controller to control the velocity of each motor independently. Estimated the TF using the ...