Presentation of the CIAABOT development environment and an example of use where the movement of a finger printed in 3D is controlled.
In this example a weather vane and the CIAABOT environment are used to determine the wind direction and display this information on a computer.
In this example an anemometer and the CIAABOT environment are used to measure the wind speed and visualize it in a computer.
It measures the wind direction and speed, and accumulated precipitation, and sends this info to a server to visualize them by using a mobile app.
It can be adapted to any kind of electric oven, controls its temperature to solder electronic components, and it is configured via a mobile phone.
Number of laps, step and length of the coil configurable, among other parameters. It uses an EDU-CIAA, a DC motor and a stepper motor.
It uses the HT11 sensor and the Pont operating system and sends the information to a PC via WiFi, to an App via Bluetooth, to an SD card and to an LCD.
A EDU-CIAA-based quadcopter with camera and GPS did its first flight in the Marambio Base, in the Argentine Sector of Antarctica.
The EDU-CIAA track the smartphone movements via Bluetooth, interprets them as commands, and makes the robot go ahead, go back, stop and turn.
Based on CIAA and Arduino modules, and NuttX RTOS, uses the MAVlink protocol for communication, enabling interfacing with ROS (Robot Operating System)
A CIAA-NXP orientates the antenna to the specified satellite. This system was designed to support the patagonian high winds and extreme temperatures.
Automatic irrigation system using the picoCIAA. Includes an humidity sensor, a pump controller and a Wi-Fi connection for setup and control.
An EDU-CIAA is responsible for maintaining constant levels of nutrients in the crop, optimizing the growth time and resources used.
A CIAA-NXP controls the fermentation temperature of the wine, which improves its quality, using a real-time operating system.
Through a mobile phone and Bluetooth it is configured an EDU-CIAA that controls and graphs the cooking temperature of the food in real time.
The system uses a heater, a DS18b20 sensor and a WiFi module ESP8266, to control the temperature of the liquid and to graph it in a web interface.
The EDU-CIAA-NXP is used to send position and sensor data through the GPRS network to a web platform that is accessible on any device.
The system controls the access barrier, vehicle entrances and exits, reads and issues tickets, and records all movements in a database.
Based on a CIAA-NXP, this systems monitors the movement of the barriers booms, aiding accident prevention.
An EDU-CIAA programmed in Ladder using the IDE4PLC controls a traffic barrier that remains open for the stipulated time.
This implementation allows to connect the EDU-CIAA to a HDMI display in order to show figures, drawings and graphical user interfaces.
Using the EDU-CIAA to recreate old computers from the 80s and emulate its classics video games. A TFT or VGA display can be connected.
The system recognizes spanish words spoken by any person in real time and without the need of an external server.
It detects the presence of Bluetooth devices and calculates the distance. Shows the distance by using the EDU-CIAA color LEDs and a PC Software.
It is appreciated how an EDU-CIAA can be used to open a beer, without the result of the process being affected by the programming language used.