Our major Development Devices are
Windows CE - Windows Embedded Compact, formerly Windows Embedded CE and Windows CE, is an operating system subfamily developed by Microsoft as part of its Windows Embedded family of products. Unlike Windows Embedded Standard, which is based on Windows NT, Windows Embedded Compact uses a different hybrid kernel.
Raspberry PI - The Raspberry Pi is a series of credit card-sized single-board computers developed in the United Kingdom by the Raspberry Pi Foundation
Arduino, 8,16 and 32-bit microcontroller and DSP
Android Mini PC - The Android Mini PC MK802 is a PC-on-a-stick produced by Rikomagic, a Chinese company using mostly two series of SoCs : AllWinner A1X SoC, based on an ARM architecture, composed of an ARM V7 based Cortex-A8 1 GHz processor, a Mali-400 MP GPU, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and a VPU CedarX capable of displaying up to 1080p video.
RFID Device - For detect RDIF cards and devices
BeagleBone - Its an embeeded Board
BLE - Blue tooth Low energy for embedded Devices
Mini Desktop PC- Desktop Tin Client
Plug PC - Desktop Tin client
Embedded Applications Development
We use following tools and services in embedded systems
C, Assembly Language based embedded applications
Application Development with QT C++
Customized / Optimized for embedded products
Low memory footprint
Standard and non-standard input/output
Application for a variety of OS platforms and frameworks
Seamless Application and Middleware interoperability
To create a PCB Design you need to draw holes, pads and wires for your circuit.
Before you start drawing wires and stuff, you need to know what circuit you want to build. So you need to find or design schematics for your circuit. And you need a PCB design software. Then you are ready to begin the process.
Start by drawing your schematic diagram into the software you have chosen
PCB design process
Preparing the board layout
Now it’s time to draw the board. You need to transfer your schematic diagram into a drawing of your printed circuit board.
Getting your PCB manufactured
When we are done drawing your board, it is time to get your PCB design ready for manufacturing.
This basically means you need to check your board for errors and convert your board layout to Gerber files. Then, manufacturer and get your board made.
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The fundamental challenge of all robotics is this: It is impossible to ever know the true state of the environment. A robot can only guess the state of the real world based on measurements returned by its sensors. It can only attempt to change the state of the real world through the application of its control signals.
The Robot Simulator
The one simulator built is written in Python and very cleverly dubbed Robot Simulator. You can find v1.0.0 here on GitHub [https://github.com/JohnsonAugustine/sobot-rimulator ] [ It is forked and doing researches on it ] . It does not have a lot of bells and whistles but it is built to do one thing very well: provide an accurate simulation of a robot and give an aspiring roboticist an interface for practicing control robot programming. While it is always better to have a real robot to play with, a good robot simulator is much more accessible, and is a great place to start.
Every robot comes with different capabilities and control concerns. Let’s get familiar with our simulated robot.
Control Inputs - Sensors
There are many different ways a robot may be equipped to monitor its environment. These can include anything from proximity sensors, light sensors, bumpers, cameras, and so forth. In addition, robots may communicate with external sensors that give it information the robot itself cannot directly observe.
Control Outputs - Mobility
Some robots move around on legs. Some roll like a ball. Some even slither like a snake.
We use Robotic Operating system [ROS ] For our researches . And most of our neural network solutions are made for different kind of robotic solutions