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Results for: 2018

Mastering Autonomous Parking using Simulink and ROS


Today’s guest post is by Maximilian Mühlbauer. Maximilian was head of autonomous driving at TUfast Eco for the last season and will share their autonomous journey for the 2018 Shell… read more >>

Getting Started with the Virtual Maritime RobotX Challenge

So, we hear you are competing in a boat competition in Hawaii? Really cool location for a competition! But wow, that’s a hard environment to replicate! Waves, ocean winds, transporting a 16-foot-long… read more >>

Using Simscape Multibody to Throw an Object at a Target 3

Today’s guest post is by Veer Alakshendra. Veer will be sharing a Simscape – Simulink modeling and controls workflow for pneumatic actuators throwing a ball at a target.
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World Robot Summit 2018: MATLAB and Simulink Examples

In the previous post, I gave an overview of World Robot Summit (WRS) 2018 and how we were involved.
Today, we’re getting technical and diving into our booth demonstrations! If this is good news… read more >>

World Robot Summit 2018: A MathWorks Recap

I recently had the fortune to travel to Tokyo, Japan for the World Robot Summit 2018. In this post, I want to talk about what we saw at the event, why we attended, and why it was such a great… read more >>

Flying Drones Using Simulink 3

Today’s guest post is by Maitreyee Mordekar. Maitreyee is in charge of the MathWorks student drone competitions. She’ll be sharing first hand experience from an event where students were… read more >>

Government, Industry, and Academia Shaping the Next Generation of Engineers

Today’s guest post is by Swarooph Seshadri. Swarooph is MathWorks’ liaison to EcoCar Mobility Challenge which aims to educate the next generation of automotive engineers.

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A Dynamic Duo: Simulink + VEX Robotics

Today,  Jose Avendano Arbelaez shares another guest post with us. Make sure you let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
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The rise of project-based learning and low-cost…

“Courses Taught Me Theory, Competitions Made Me an Engineer” (P. Tischler) 1

Connell D’Souza is back and shares some learnings from the SUAS competition.

We have just been through a great competition summer where I met some very fascinating people from different… read more >>

How Do Autonomous Systems “See”?

Sebastian Castro is back to talk about sensors in autonomous systems, supported by a few example algorithms and student competitions that use low-cost hardware platforms.
There are many…

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