Hink or how to Build a Winning Robot
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As a part of the examination in the course 2D1426 Robotics and Autonomous Systems at the KTH, all students were assigned to construct a robot in groups of three. The robot was built to participate in a robot hockey tour- nament with rules set up within the course. Our implementation, called the Hink, was never defeated and won the tournament. We were convinced that simplicity and robustness were winning concepts, which led us to use only one sensor of contact type aside of ?ve IR sensors. We will explain why we chose to use the robotâ„¢s di?erential steering to shoot the puck, as opposed to using a movable stick. We will also explain how the sensor positioning was used to produce a smooth locomotion and how the robot program implements a reactive behavior.
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