Last week we unfortunately had some bugs with the robot path following. However we fixed these bugs and now the robots can make a full trajectory even faster then before! In the video you can see the trajectory of our second ground robot. The path following should also work for our third ground robot, so
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On October 18, 2017, we managed to complete for a ground robot to make a single trajectory again from the concept show that we have for the drones. However, this time we used the ultrasound indoor positioning system instead of the top camera. Moreover, we also manage to perform the trajectory of a second agent.
On October 11, 2017, we managed to complete, for the first time, for a ground robot to make a single trajectory from the concept show we have for the drones. That is, the x,y, coordinates and the orientation with respect to z, which should be performed by a ground robot. Check out the videos!
On September 27, 2017, we got to fly the amazing curiosity drone produced by Avular for the first time outdoors. We flew it outside and obtained measurements from an ultra-wide band system. We plan to use this drone for the show! Check out the video!
On September 16, 2017, we had the second hackathon at Avular. The night before we had just concluded exporting our software for high-level control, supervisor and collision avoidance to C. The hackathon went quite well and we made progress in several directions. Still, given the progress, which was good but not as fast as needed
After the first hackathon with Avular on July 10, 2017, we agreed on the first full show motion concept we want to work towards. We iterated during the holiday and designed a Matlab/Simulink animation with realistic features such as quadcopter models and collision avoidance. Check out the video! Some motion tuning is still needed but