The c-Link Systems Trak-Bot is a tabletop educational robotic vehicle used to explore and demonstrate autonomous vehicle motion. The robot is perfect for students and hobbyists to test motion programming or autonomous concepts that need to be demonstrated. The drive system was created to look and feel like it's bigger brothers: bulldozers and military tanks. The tracks are of an Elastomer material so as not to mark or mar surfaces and gain a modicum of traction. The chassis is constructed of ABS plastic, which allows for customization and custom painting. Creation of programs for the -P robot can be handled through Cypress PSoC Express. The -C3 robot contains an Altera Cyclone-III EP3C5, a field programmable gate array (FPGA) which can be configured with a 32-bit CPU (NIOS II). The -U robot contains a 48-pin dip plug-in for add-on features and other vendor processors. The user's imagination is the only real limitation to what the control cards can do. Optional add-ons increase the educational potential exponentially.
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