fully autonomous vehicle...... (Has been clocked at 60MPH
Is there anything else that I will need?
I have written the code for you. Some of it anyway. I am using Ultimate GPS and Uno. It works for my boat, swamp buggy, wing, quadcopter. Let me clean it up a bit. There were many obstacles to overcome in the coding using interrupts. Conflicts among libraries. I wouldn't want anyone to go thru this again...
Quotefully autonomous vehicle...... (Has been clocked at 60MPH Probably the main thing you need is a slower truck. The first thing people learn,from a practical perspective, is R/C trucks and cards are usually way too fast to make a good robot. Especially autonomous. Although that's always a nice dream. QuoteIs there anything else that I will need?Yeah, pick just one thing off the list, and do that first. Then, pick another andadd it in. Keep going, one step at a time. By time you're 1/4 of the way through the list, you'll know where you're at.BTW, just for reference, somewheres around 1966, Marvin Minsky assigned an undergrad student a summer project to "solve" computer vision. They still barelyknow what they're doing 50 years later.http://www.google.com/webhp?source=search_app#sclient=psy-ab&q=minsky+1966+computer+vision+summer+project
I wasn't being sarcastic. Of course it doesn't do exactly what you need. It's a good starting point though. It navigates the vehicle controlling the speed when there are external factors like wind or waves. Steering to a waypoint. You can turn autopilot on and off with your R/C transmitter.