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Offline Adityav95Topic starter

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GPS based Car using Roboduino?
« on: April 26, 2015, 03:01:06 AM »

I have decided to build an GPS based car using the roboduino micro controller. It reaches any coordinates I input without colliding into stuff. I understand that this has been done before, but the question I have in mind is regarding the roboduino board. I have heard in the past, the ATMega168 can't even store a program required to make a GPS clock that displays the time according to the time zone.

Question 1: Will the roboduino be able to accommodate a SKM53 or Ublox GPS module, a 10 DOF sensor and an SR-04 SONAR at the same time even if I use software serial etc? Remember that I will be using an L298 or similar motor driver on a hacked RC car as well.
Question 2: Additionally if it can support these many sensors, can it further support a bluetooth HC-05 module in case I wish to transmit the coordinates to the controller?


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Re: GPS based Car using Roboduino?
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2015, 09:42:59 AM »
 ;D Hello!
I can probably help you when I figure out how to download a program to
my Axon. I have had great success with Parallax products, before I came here.  ;D


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