Autonomous Driving control development / The definitive version of ADAS development tool!
|Body||LengthxWidthxHeight/ Weight||190mm×429mm×150mm, 2.2 [kg] (excluding battery, option)|
|Maximum load weight||About 1.0 [kg]|
|Minimum turning radius||About 500 [mm]|
|Maximum speed||About 10 [km / h]|
|Chassis frame||Carbon FRP Chassis, Double Wishbone Suspension, ZMP Aluminum Frame|
|Motor||For drive: Small DC motor / For steering: Servomotor for robot|
Control unit battery (option): AA Ni-MH battery (× 12)
Driver part battery: NiMH battery pack (7.2 [V], × 1)
Monocular USB camera × 1: 640 × 480 [pix], 30 [fps], 128 [deg]
Infrared distance measuring sensor × 8: Detection distance 100 to 800 [mm]
Laser range sensor (optional, 2 front and rear installable): Detection distance 60 ~ 4000 [mm], -120 to 120 [deg]
|Inner Sensor||Gyro (1 axis), acceleration (3 axis), rotary encoder (wheel × 4, motor × 1, steering × 1)|
|CPU||Intel Celeron Quad Core 1.83 [GHz]|
|Wifi||IEEE 802.11b / g / n / ac WEP / WPA|
|Software on the main unit side||OS||Linux (Ubuntu 14.04+ real-time patch)|
Development language: C ++ Function: vehicle control, acquisition of sensor information, LAN communication, obstacle avoidance by LRF,
Data storage, remote control interface
|PC side software||Operating environment||Windows 7/8 / 8.1 / 10 (Development environment: Visual Studio 2010 or later C #, Express acceptable)|
Remote control of RoboCar 1/10 becomes possible by using the controller under the wireless communication environment.
This product is based on a 1/10 scale robotic car "RoboCar 1/10" of a car, a set of exclusive PC ,Wi - Fi router,steering controller.It is equipped with remote control technology which is regarded as a required function in completely unmanned (level 4), and it enables products to be immediately developed and researched in radio environment after purchase.
A monocular camera, an infrared sensor and a laser range sensor are installed as the external sensor in the above "RoboCar 1/10" vehicle. Acceleration / Gyro sensor and encoder make it possible to grasp the behavior and mileage of the vehicle. In addition, libraries such as acquisition of various sensor information for Autonomous Driving development, speed / steering angle control, communication, etc. are prepared. With these libraries, customers can freely develop applications.
For detail please refer to this page.
RoboCar 1/10 Remote operation package (1 camera type: front camera only)
Commercial Price: 1,330,000 yen / Academic Price: 1,210,000 yen
◇ Components: RoboCar 1/10 front and rear laser range sensor set
・RoboCar 1/10 遠隔操作パッケージ
RoboCar 1/10 Remote operation package (2 camera type: front / rear camera)
Commercial Price: 1.38 million yen / Academic Price: 1,260,000 yen
◇ Components: . RoboCar 1/10 front and rear laser range sensor set
・RoboCar 1/10 遠隔操作パッケージ
・Camera Assembly （追加リアカメラ）
With the MATLAB / Simulink program, You can design a route from the current position to any position and orientation.For example, in the case of research and development of autonomous driving such as automatic parking, lane change and obstacle avoidance, Calculate the optimum route (the steering wheel operation is smooth and the lateral G is small) according to the position and the direction of the target, Estimate the steering angle using MATLAB / Simulink using the vehicle two-wheel model.
Simulation can be performed on MATLAB / Simulink based on this steering angle, it is possible to compare the planned route with the simulation result and to control the route based on the difference. Since the same MATLAB / Simulink program allows the actual machine of RoboCar 1/10 to operate, it is possible to efficiently perform experiments using sensor data in simulation and real environments.
* MATLAB connection option does not correspond to RealTime Workshop.
For details of RoboCar 1/10 MATLAB connection refer to this page.
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