Robot Controller Board Survey

A small and friendly team of robotics engineers at the Science & Technology Facilities Council (STFC) are designing a cool new product for robotics and other applications like home automation.

They are working on a generalised controller board with a lot of features integrated into a very small package. The board has all the functionality to drive a small robot without the need of peripherals or wiring. It is aimed at the experienced user to enable them to make their robots more efficient and more functional. It can also be used for other applications.

They are designing the board to be as small as possible. Here is the prototype, which is 5 x 5 cm, and their test robot:

Prototype robot controller board. Credit: Aron Kidsi

Prototype robot controller board. Credit: Aron Kidsi

RAL Space are planning to use this board for the upcoming UKSEDS Robotics workshop (TBC October/November). They want to know UKSEDS’ members thoughts here in this short survey:


One Response to “Robot Controller Board Survey”

  1. usb da wandler 28th April 2015 at 8:38 am #

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