Practical Robotics in C++ : Build and Program Real Autonomous Robots Using Raspberry Pi

Author:

Lloyd Brombach

Publisher:

BPB Publications

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Publisher

BPB Publications

Publication Year 2021
ISBN-13

9789389423464

ISBN-10 9389423465
Binding

Paper Back

Number of Pages 505 Pages
Language (English)
Dimensions (Cms) 23.5 x 15.56 x 3.25
Weight (grms) 1070

An easy-to-follow guide that will help you build robots using with ease

Description
Practical Robotics in C++ teaches the complete spectrum of Robotics, right from the setting up a computer for a robot controller to putting power to the wheel motors. The book brings you the workshop knowledge of the electronics, hardware, and software for building a mobile robot platform.

What will you learn


  • Write code for the motor drive controller.

  • Build a Map from Lidar Data.

  • Get to know more about robot mapping and navigation.


  • Who this book is for
    This book is most suitable for C++ programmers who have keen interest in robotics and hardware programming. All you need is just a good understanding of C++ programming to get the most out of this book.

    Table of Contents
    1. Choose and Set Up a Robot Computer
    2. GPIO Hardware Interface Pins Overview and Use
    3. The Robot Platform
    4. Types of Robot Motors and Motor Control
    5. Communication with Sensors and other Devices
    6. Additional Helpful Hardware
    7. Adding the Computer to Control your Robot
    8. Robot Control Strategy
    9. Coordinating the Parts
    10. Maps for Robot Navigation
    11. Robot Tracking and Localization
    12. Autonomous Motion
    13. Autonomous Path Planning
    14. Wheel Encoders for Odometry
    15. Ultrasonic Range Detectors
    16. IMUs: Accelerometers, Gyroscopes, and Magnetometers
    17. GPS and External Beacon Systems
    18. LIDAR Devices and Data
    19. Real Vision with Cameras
    20. Sensor Fusion
    21. Building and Programming an Autonomous Robot

    About the Author
    Lloyd Brombach is a controls engineer, programmer, and long-time electronics and robotics enthusiast. He has competed at robotics events such as the NASA-funded 2007 Lunar Regolith Excavation Challenge and recently the 27th Intelligent Ground Vehicle Challenge.

    Lloyd Brombach

    Lloyd Brombach is a controls engineer, programmer, and long-time electronics and robotics enthusiast. He has competed at robotics events such as the NASA-funded 2007 Lunar Regolith Excavation Challenge and recently the 27th Intelligent Ground Vehicle Challenge.
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