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By Michael Stoll

The technology in and around Range Robot

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Dear Companists,

Moving about the courses in the region means being seen by many people. Our Range Robot system attracts many curious glances and questions about “how exactly this works between the smartphone and the machine.” We would like to answer this with an example in this update.

 

Functionality of smartphone and Range Robot system

We want Range Robot to collect in a specific area (a target). For this purpose, we select the appropriate area in the app and issue a "collect" order. Areas are limited by so-called geofencing and can have the most different shapes and sizes, depending on what the specific situation requires. In other words, a virtual fence is set up which the robot recognizes and takes into account. The app now sends the relevant data to our cloud service, where the data is processed and then forwarded to the driving range. The Range Robot system then processes the order on site.

To do this, the rover must first drive from its current position to the target area. The rover uses GPS signals that are transmitted by many different satellites in space and are equipped with very precise atomic clocks. It can then determine the position based on the different signal propagation times. This procedure is also used in the smartphone or navigation device and is accurate to a few meters. A trick is used to allow Range Robot to achieve an accuracy of a few centimeters. A fixed station, i.e. not mobile, also records the GPS signals. The known position makes it possible to detect errors caused, for example, by atmospheric disturbances or reflections. This data is used to calculate a real-time correction, which is then made available to the rover.

 

Stereoscopic camera

The route is planned based on the knowledge of the position and destination, similar to a navigation device. Instead of roads, our navigation takes into account obstacles such as signs, masts, sand bunkers or even water features. On its journey, the Range Robot "sees" with various other sensors what is in its immediate and more distant surroundings, and can thus also react to unexpected obstacles. One of these sensors is a stereo camera. Like a pair of eyes, it captures images of the surroundings from two slightly different angles. Distances can be calculated by the differences in the images, resulting in a spatial image of the environment. Infrared light is used in order not to be dependent on the available ambient light or to be blinded by it. You can see how this "looks" for the robot in the following animation.

 

 

We thank you for your support and hope you enjoyed the update. Next week, we will share a short video in which we present the cooperation with our pilots and the sales start - things remain exciting!

Your Meadow Robotics team



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