Open-source embedded Linux mobile robot platform for Mechatronics Engineering and IoT Education

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Hur, Byul
Malawey, David
Morgan, Joseph A.
Song, Xingyong
Langari, Reza
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2020-12
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Article
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Internet of Things (IoT) , Engineering education , Linux , Robots , Three dimensional printing
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Hur, B., Malawey, D., Morgan, J. A., Song, X., & Langari, R. (2020). Open-source embedded Linux mobile robot platform for Mechatronics Engineering and IoT Education. Journal of Management & Engineering Integration, 13(2), 34-44. https://doi.org/10.62704/10057/24759
Abstract

An embedded Linux mobile robot was designed to support teaching in Multidisciplinary Engineering Technology (MXET) at Texas A&M University. This robot is the Sensing, Connected Utility Transport Taxi for Level Environments (SCUTTLE). It is a payload-ready mobile platform made from off-the-shelf parts and 3D printed designs. SCUTTLE integrates a camera, ultrasonic sensor, encoders, optional LIDAR, and various sensors. SCUTTLE has been used in lab lessons since 2019 in the Mobile Robotics undergraduate course (MXET 300). The mechanical, hardware, and software source codes are open and available on GitHub to support mechatronics education.

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Published in SOAR: Shocker Open Access Repository by Wichita State University Libraries Technical Services, November 2022.
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Association for Industry, Engineering and Management Systems (AIEMS)
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Journal of Management & Engineering Integration
v.13 no.2
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1939-7984
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