Semi Autonomous Rescue Team
Semi Autonomous Rescue Team
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Streaming Stress Test
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Stream Test
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Wi-Fi Range Test
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Wi-Fi Test
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Controls
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Web Interface: Raw Data
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Web Interface: SSH Console
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Web Interface: Controls
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Comments

  • Sushruth H G
    Sushruth H G 6 months ago

    Cannu tell me the name of that coating material u have used from that tin?

    • Jack W
      Jack W 6 months ago

      We used a product called "PolyShield" which unfortunately is no longer available in Australia as far as we know. "Plasti Dip" is a similar alternative. However, a better solution needed to be found anyway. At the 2017 competition, we were reapplying the PolyShield at the end of every day (and sometimes in between runs if we had enough time) because it would quickly lose its grip over time in the sand and gravel. There's a (more) recent relevant blog about this here - www.sfxrescue.com/developmentupdates/day-157-a-wheely-good-day-pt-iii/

  • Connor Kneebone
    Connor Kneebone 11 months ago

    First!

  • Кайл SnackBar
    Кайл SnackBar 11 months ago

    First!

    • Кайл SnackBar
      Кайл SnackBar 11 months ago

      I love your videos sooo much. They have gotten me through depression and my favourite character is the little round man!

  • Semi Autonomous Rescue Team

    0:40 - Riley introduces the concept of a first responder and what they need in a confined space rescue robot. 2:58 - Matthew addresses the engineering process from design and modelling to printing and testing. 5:35 - Ryan talks about the programming of the robot, our use of GitHub and the importance of our open source philosophy. 8:46 - Aaron covers the robot's network and the work that went into ensuring we could run without a tether. 10:39 - Jack discusses the human/robot interface and how our implementation addresses the needs of first responders.