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    • Arduino Autonomous Robotics System 

      Steltenpohl, Jacob; Lee, Hyoki (2013-05)
      This project was directed toward developing a MAVLINK (Miniature Air Vehicle Link) based LabVIEW ground control system for an Arduino-based Miniature Aerial Vehicle (MAV) to successfully complete autonomous missions, such ...
    • Autonomous Robot Navigation Using LabVIEW Vision 

      Kuehn, Katherine A. (2011-05)
      This project is directed toward developing a robot that can autonomously navigate to a predetermined position selected by a person. An algorithm for obstacle-avoiding navigation will be written using National Instruments' ...
    • Integrating MAVLink into LabVIEW 

      Lee, Hyoki; Zens, Zach (2014-04)
      The purpose of this study was to integrate an open-source robotics command and control communication protocol called MAVLink into a simple and widely used graphical programming language known as LabVIEW. MAVLink-based ...
    • LabVIEW Controlled Laser Spirograph 

      McGill, Gregory J. (2012-04)
      Mathematical functions can be represented through formulas and visualized with diagrams showing their results for specific input parameters. This is often a static presentation that is hard to interpret. With a laser ...
    • A LabVIEW Program for Controlling Pressure and Temperature in Rapid-Quench Cold-Seal Experimental Apparatus 

      Kast, Jacob (2014-04)
      The purpose of this study was to conduct experiments pertaining to rapid-quench cold-seal pressure vessels. They are ideal for conducting experiments at conditions relevant to the Earth's upper crust. Rapid quenches are ...
    • Robot Navigation Using LabVIEW Vector Field Histogram Algorithm 

      Olson, Erik J. (2012-04)
      For autonomous robots, navigating through a building to a specific spot selected within the building can be very difficult. The specific purpose of this study was to design a program for the National Instruments Single-Board ...
    • Self-Navigation Robot Using 360° Sensor Array 

      Easterla, Dylan; Grubish, Jason; Kukay, Alexander; Tremain, Nicolas; Zaleski, Marissa; Pierson, Kim W.; Howard, Turner (2017-04-13)
      The goal of this project was to develop a robot that can navigate through an environment with many obstacles using a sensor array that provides a 360-degree view of its surroundings. The sensor array consists of infrared ...