ECE 4006 Project Proposal and Presentation. Group Name : Altera NIOS Robot Group. Group Members – John Sellers - Doug Messick - Kelvin Bunn - Sean James. School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Georgia Institute of Technology.
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Group Name: Altera NIOS Robot Group
Group Members – John Sellers
- Doug Messick
- Kelvin Bunn
- Sean James
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
The design for this project will use the Altera NIOS board as a robot controller. The robot used in this project is the Amigobot, which contains 8 sonar sensors. The main function of the robot will be to track moving objects and object avoidance.
Sonar output from AmigoBot through serial port
Input from the AmigoBot stored in SRAM resident on the NIOS Board
RISC processor calculates distance and speed of objects
RISC processor determines the state of the two motors
NIOS board outputs motor control to AmigoBot
Statements of Work