3 Replies Latest reply on Mar 31, 2015 6:04 PM by CMata_Intel

# intel galileo gen 2 robot to navigate to an (x,y) position on a board

my robot has to move on a 3000x2000 mm  board.There is an object placed at a certain position with the (x y ) cordinate like (1500,1000) position how should i implement it.should i involve angle of rotation in it or do it like first move right for 15000 mm and then straight for 1000 mm.

Regards

Annu

• ###### 1. Re: intel galileo gen 2 robot to navigate to an (x,y) position on a board

Well it depends in how you want to make it work. I think both ways should work but the last one could be easier and will give you less problems than the first one.

Regards;

CMata

• ###### 2. Re: intel galileo gen 2 robot to navigate to an (x,y) position on a board

i have found out that the best way to make this work is to use differential steering A Tutorial and Elementary Trajectory Model for The Differential Steering System but i am unable to understand how to use these equations like i know the intial (x,y) and final (x,y) position of the robot and the speed of both the wheels.

• ###### 3. Re: intel galileo gen 2 robot to navigate to an (x,y) position on a board

Hi annu;

Do you have updates in this? Which specific equations are you going to use?  Have you checked all the variables that you need?

-CMata