This year's annual Indoor Aerial Robotics Competition sponsored by the Drexel Autonomous Systems Lab (DASL), hosted by Rowan University, will focus on unmanned equipment pickup/drop off and target tracking as it has to do with UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles). The competition will consist of the three parts listed in the Rules section below. Note: This competition is similar to IARC 2009 with the main difference being the requirement to only use autonomous control for the vehicles.For the 2010 IARC Rules please Click Here For more information about DASL Click Here
Due Dates and Deadlines:
EXAMPLE: Target Tracking Example using 5Hz frame rate to simulate low powered, or offboard, vision system processing.
For a short tutorial of how to track colors with a CMUcam please Click Here.
Parts used by Drexel Universitie's 2009 IARC team:
|Communications (Serial to Bluetooth)||Sparkfun Bluetooth Mate||PWM Driver (8x Servo Driver)||Pololu Micro Serial Servo Controller||Motor Driver (Serial)||Pololu Micro Dual Serial Motor Controller||Motor (DC)||GW/EDP-20||Servo (Micro)||Hitec HS-55||Structure Material||Balsa Wood||Balloon Envelope||52 inch Replacement Silver Blimp Balloon Envelope|