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Even one failure of a sensor can result in a disaster for your robot. In this post, I explored the method to make accurate ADC readings with Arduino to eliminate the failures of analog sensors used in robotics applications.

Here is how to make accurate ADC readings with Arduino.

https://www.intorobotics.com/how-to-make-accurate-adc-readings-with-arduino/
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Even one failure of a sensor can result in a disaster for your robot. In this post, I explored the method to make accurate ADC readings with Arduino to eliminate the failures of analog sensors used in robotics applications.

Here is how to make accurate ADC readings with Arduino.

https://www.intorobotics.com/how-to-make-accurate-adc-readings-with-arduino/
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You have complete freedom to decide what components you use to assemble a robot. If choosing the ingredients of a robot looks more like a playground, the hard part comes when, in one way or another, all these elements have to communicate. But just making them communicate is not enough to make your robot move and make something useful. You have to control all the elements. You need a conductor to put the bits in the right place and hold the rhythm together. You need ROS.

In this post, I did a collection of more than 15 reasons why to use ROS. Below, I have explored from compatible tools to more insights such as its flexibility in controlling things.

https://www.intorobotics.com/15-reasons-to-use-the-robot-operating-system-ros/
In this post, I have explored 19 reasons to use the Robot Operating System (ROS)
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When a group of engineers at Ericsson invented in 1994 the Bluetooth technology, probably no one could not have imagined the impact on connecting people and things. They don’t imagine that makes happy millions of makers. They don’t even know how happy the roboticists are. Anyone can use the technology to build a robot controlled at a touch of a button while nobody worries about wires.

Like many of you, I want to prototype things. Robots that make me happy. One of them is a remote controlled tank robot.

Let’s start to learn how to use the Bluetooth technology to control the speed and direction of a tank robot platform at a touch of a button.

https://www.intorobotics.com/bluetooth-controlled-robot-using-arduino-and-android/
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to control the speed and direction of a tank robot platform at a touch of a button with a HC-06 Bluetooth module, an Arduino and Android.
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When a group of engineers at Ericsson invented in 1994 the Bluetooth technology, probably no one could not have imagined the impact on connecting people and things. They don’t imagine that makes happy millions of makers. They don’t even know how happy the roboticists are. Anyone can use the technology to build a robot controlled at a touch of a button while nobody worries about wires.

Like many of you, I want to prototype things. Robots that make me happy. One of them is a remote controlled tank robot.

Let’s start to learn how to use the Bluetooth technology to control the speed and direction of a tank robot platform at a touch of a button.

https://www.intorobotics.com/bluetooth-controlled-robot-using-arduino-and-android/
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to control the speed and direction of a tank robot platform at a touch of a button with a HC-06 Bluetooth module, an Arduino and Android.
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Servo motors are largely used in robotics for precise control. Anyone – well, almost anyone – has mobile devices with Bluetooth connection capabilities. In this tutorial, you will find how to wirelessly control a servo motor with an Arduino UNO and an Android device via a Bluetooth connection. In the end, you will be more connected, you will make things easier and control servo motors at the touch of a touchscreen.

https://www.intorobotics.com/how-to-control-a-servo-motor-with-a-bluetooth-module-arduino-and-android/
In this tutorial, you will find how to wirelessly control a servo motor (SG90) with an Arduino UNO, a Bluetooth module (HC-06) and an Android device.
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Tutorials & How-To  - 
 
Even one failure of a sensor can result in a disaster for your robot. In this post, I explored the method to make accurate ADC readings with Arduino to eliminate the failures of analog sensors used in robotics applications.

Here is how to make accurate ADC readings with Arduino.

https://www.intorobotics.com/how-to-make-accurate-adc-readings-with-arduino/
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Intorobotics

Open Discussion  - 
 
Even one failure of a sensor can result in a disaster for your robot. In this post, I explored the method to make accurate ADC readings with Arduino to eliminate the failures of analog sensors used in robotics applications.

Here is how to make accurate ADC readings with Arduino.

https://www.intorobotics.com/how-to-make-accurate-adc-readings-with-arduino/
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You have complete freedom to decide what components you use to assemble a robot. If choosing the ingredients of a robot looks more like a playground, the hard part comes when, in one way or another, all these elements have to communicate. But just making them communicate is not enough to make your robot move and make something useful. You have to control all the elements. You need a conductor to put the bits in the right place and hold the rhythm together. You need ROS.

In this post, I did a collection of more than 15 reasons why to use ROS. Below, I have explored from compatible tools to more insights such as its flexibility in controlling things.

https://www.intorobotics.com/15-reasons-to-use-the-robot-operating-system-ros/
In this post, I have explored 19 reasons to use the Robot Operating System (ROS)
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When a group of engineers at Ericsson invented in 1994 the Bluetooth technology, probably no one could not have imagined the impact on connecting people and things. They don’t imagine that makes happy millions of makers. They don’t even know how happy the roboticists are. Anyone can use the technology to build a robot controlled at a touch of a button while nobody worries about wires.

Like many of you, I want to prototype things. Robots that make me happy. One of them is a remote controlled tank robot.

Let’s start to learn how to use the Bluetooth technology to control the speed and direction of a tank robot platform at a touch of a button.

https://www.intorobotics.com/bluetooth-controlled-robot-using-arduino-and-android/
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to control the speed and direction of a tank robot platform at a touch of a button with a HC-06 Bluetooth module, an Arduino and Android.
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Open Discussion  - 
 
When a group of engineers at Ericsson invented in 1994 the Bluetooth technology, probably no one could not have imagined the impact on connecting people and things. They don’t imagine that makes happy millions of makers. They don’t even know how happy the roboticists are. Anyone can use the technology to build a robot controlled at a touch of a button while nobody worries about wires.

Like many of you, I want to prototype things. Robots that make me happy. One of them is a remote controlled tank robot.

Let’s start to learn how to use the Bluetooth technology to control the speed and direction of a tank robot platform at a touch of a button.

https://www.intorobotics.com/bluetooth-controlled-robot-using-arduino-and-android/
In this tutorial, you'll learn how to control the speed and direction of a tank robot platform at a touch of a button with a HC-06 Bluetooth module, an Arduino and Android.
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Intorobotics

Research  - 
 
Servo motors are largely used in robotics for precise control. Anyone – well, almost anyone – has mobile devices with Bluetooth connection capabilities. In this tutorial, you will find how to wirelessly control a servo motor with an Arduino UNO and an Android device via a Bluetooth connection. In the end, you will be more connected, you will make things easier and control servo motors at the touch of a touchscreen.

https://www.intorobotics.com/how-to-control-a-servo-motor-with-a-bluetooth-module-arduino-and-android/
In this tutorial, you will find how to wirelessly control a servo motor (SG90) with an Arduino UNO, a Bluetooth module (HC-06) and an Android device.
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