The KucBot MkI is an autonomous two-wheel vehicle able to seek an exit from a confined area of arbitrary geometry, navigate obstacles and return back.
The system uses a single IR sensor, two Arduinos, motor H-bridge, DAC and wireless communication. TheKucBot MkI was completed in conjunction with Richard Chang and Gabriella Heifetz as part of EENG 348: Digital Systems at Yale University (Fall 2014). The robot takes advantage of C-register commands and timers to optimize the control system. The KucBot MkII is currently under construction for the upcoming Robotics Olympiad at Brown University in April 2015.