This CD provides 3 theme-based projects of up to 24 hours tuition in total. Developed by Carnegie Mellon University's Robotics Academy, the projects are based on the following real-life themes: Automated Mining, Sentry Guard Dog, and Automated Tree Measuring. Students work independently using a variety of sources to expand their knowledge in order to design, build and program effective solutions. Includes advanced programming support. 2009798 is the next natural step for students who have completed the Introduction to Robotics, 2009797.
- Applying knowledge of energy transformation, force, and speed
- Programming and controlling inputs, such as ultrasonic, sound, light, and touch sensors, and output devices, such as motors and lamps; using wireless communication to set up and operate a security system
- Developing design and engineering solutions; measuring distance and speed, using coordinate systems, conversion of units and applied mathematics