28 Jun '14, 1am

Troubled Child, a full-size autonomous vehicle

Troubled Child, a full-size autonomous vehicle

Long-time customer Michael Shimniok (our first blog post — from before we called it a blog — was about a tutorial he wrote for programming AVRs from a Mac) used his 1986 Jeep Grand Wagoneer to explore the back roads of Colorado and Utah before converting it into an autonomous vehicle. The autonomous Jeep uses our D15V35F5S3 switching step-down voltage regulator for powering the on-board electronics, and our dual relay board for running the warning horn and deactivating the pneumatic brake failsafe.

Full article: http://www.pololu.com/blog/371/troubled-child-a-full-size...

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