David P. Anderson
RCAT Autonomous Robot
jBot: 6-wheeled Offroad Robot
Nbot: Two-wheeled Balancing Robot
The Award Winning SR04.
CameraCar 1995: Remotely Piloted Vehicle
Rugrat 1993: Analog Robot
A Heat-Formed Polycarbonate Bumper for RCAT
A Can and Tennis Ball Gripper for SR04
A Firefighting Module for LegoBot
Homebrew Shaft Encoders for mobile robot positioning and velocity control.
Improving Servo Positioning Accuracy using an external feedback potentiometer.
Nbot: Exploded Views
Software and Tutorials
Subsumption Programming for SR04 and jBot Robots
DPRG Robot Challenge Tutorials
David's December 2011 DPRG Robot Talk on YouTube
(thanks to Glenn Pipe for the video!)
There is a nice mention of nBot and my other robots in an article by Erik Hellweg for the
February 2005 issue of
PC World Magazine.
Here is what
appears to be a
similar article from Yugoslavia,
This webpage and nBot have also had the honor of being
slashdotted several times. We have a paper describing
statistics and data on how our
little webserver responded to and survived the onslaught.
whole website about my robots in some
foreign tongue (Hungarian?).
Most of these robots have been built in my home machine shop.
I've written some e-mail in response to questions about the robot concerning
things that I haven't fully documented. These include a PID
speed controller, shaft-encoder Odometry
and Dead-Reckoning, stereo Sonar and how an
Inertial Measurement Sensor and Odometry.
are integrated on the jBot robot. I also have a new article that covers
Subsumption programming for the SR04 and jBot Robots. The
DPRG has a new contest to encourage the development of autonomous off-road robots, and I've written a set of email postings as introductory tutorials for solving the
DPRG OutDoor Robot Challenge.
Here is a link to the current attempt at a live video feed.
Back to my homepage.
last update: 04 July 2014 dpa
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