Junior – educational complex for teaching robotics
Building robots requires an understanding of cause and effect relationships, mathematical thinking, an understanding of how things happen in the real world. Soon, robotics education will become widespread, its prospects are enormous. In order to prepare children for robotics education, Avrora Robotics has developed Junior.
Junior is a small, (1: 8) programmable twin of a real car.
For advanced users, it is a platform for testing their own research projects in any scientific field.
The project is focused on physics and technology schools, universities, technology parks, quantoriums, and other centers of technical creativity.
Key features of the Junior
- The basic set of sensors 2D Lidar:
- Inertial navigation system
- Ultrasonic rangefinder system
- 8 mp camera
- Four wheel drive car.
- Increased cross-country ability.
- Suspension with shock absorbers.
- Swivel rubber wheels of the AII all-terrain vehicle.
- Aluminum frame and composite plastic body.
- Lots of holes for attaching additional sensors compatible with the device.
- A light weight.
- Protection of electronic components.
- Single board Raspberry Pi and optional communication box.
- Ability to distribute tasks between two processors.
- Create your own unique scenarios and firmware-based autonomous driving mode.
- Create your own scripts on the open source software server.
- Open source software update.
Length – 698 mm.
Width – 381 mm.
Height – 380 mm.
Weight – 8 kg.
Charging time – 4 hours.
The voltage on board – 7.5 V, 5 V.
Gradeability – 60 degrees.
Fording depth – 100 mm.
Acceptable environment temperatures range from – -10 to +40 Celsius.
Operating time, moving – 60 min.
Operating time, static – 90 min.
Maximum speed – 10 km/h.