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Cheng Jin
Jun Pun Wong
Kausik Venkat
Xinrui Zhu design_review
We want to build a robot that can handle orders & deliver food in restaurants. Patrons would have a alert mechanism (button) to call the waiter (our robot). Our kitchen would have internal transmission network (between robot, kitchen and tables) that would receive this request and then the robot would be dispatched to assist the customer. Patrons would also be able to place orders using the robot (LED screen). The restaurant staff would also be notified of the various orders which they would dispatch through the robot later on.

For the navigation, we have talked to a TA and the machine shop for advice. The TA suggested for this one-semester project, we could use fixed locations for our tables and map that to the micro-controller on the robot to program it on where to go. Greg from the machine shop also helped us suggest what wheels, motors could be used to build the robot. Currently, we are looking at a 4 wheel with 2 wheels that are driving the movement and 2 that are just following (they help support the load on the robot). We also talked with Greg on how to get the distance moved by the robot. He recommended that we can calculate the distance moved using data from the encoders that are attached to the wheels of our robot.

Logic Circuit Teaching Board

Younas Abdul Salam, Andrzej Borzecki, David Lee

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Partners: Younas Abdul Salam, Andrzej Borzecki, David Lee

The proposal our group has is of creating a board that will be able to teach students about logic circuits hands on. The project will consist of a board and different pieces that represent gates. The board will be used to plug in the pieces and provide power to the internal circuitry of the pieces. The pieces will have a gate and LEDs inside, which will be used to represent the logic at the different terminals.

By plugging in and combining gates, students will be able to see the actual effect on logic from the different combinations that they make. To add to it, we will add a truth table that can be used to represent inputs and outputs required, for example, for a class project or challenge. The board will be able to read the truth table and determine whether the logic the student has created is correct.

This board can act as a great learning source for students to understand the working of logic circuits. It can be helpful in teaching logic design to students in high schools who are interested in pursuing a degree in Electrical Engineering.

Please comment on whether the project is good enough to be approved, and if there are any suggestions.

Thank you