Click on the box to the right to see the logical block diagram and a description of the dependencies among different processors, communication channels and data exchanged.
Once I’ve written in a forum: “I’ll never build a robot that cannot fit in a shoe box”. This was because my workbench is in an apartment, and I’ve only limited mechanical capabilities. Luckily the human mind can change idea during his life. After my indoor studies was over, I started thinking about an outdoor robot. This must be simple, cheap enough and realizable by anyone that is so patient to follow my explanations. To make a full suspended, 4-wheel drive robot without using expensive RC cars parts that are not easy to assemble, I was inspired by the awards winning Flexy Flyier, articulated robot.