Cedarville University students engineer autonomous golf cart
Cedarville University students engineer autonomous golf cart


COUNTY DEPUTIES ARREST A REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER THEY SAY FAILED TO UPDATE HIS ADDRESS. ACCORDING TO THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE, TIPS LED TO THE ARREST OF 51 YEAR OLD DENNIS STUDER. HE IS FACING CHARGES OF FAILURE TO REGISTER A CHANGE OF ADDRESS .. AS WELL AS OBSTRUCTING OFFICAL BUSINESS. STRUDER IS BEING HELD IN THE MERCER COUNTY JAIL. BROOKE:SOME CEDARVILLE STUDENTS ARE GETTING A HEAD START ON SELF DRIVING VEHICLES. THIS MONTH, THEY’RE TEST DRIVING AN AUTONOMOUS GOLF CART THEY PROGRAMMED THEMSELVES. 2 NEWS REPORTER DEVERO BOGART GIVES US A CLOSER LOOK… IN A STORY YOU’LL SEE ONLY ON 2. DEVERO:FOUR SENIOR STUDENTS SPEARHEADING THIS PROJECT FOR CEDARVILLE UNIVERSITY, PUTTING TOGETHER THIS TECHNOLOGY THAT’S DRIVING US INTO THE FUTURE.WITH JUST A FEW CLICKS ON THE COMPUTER…THIS SELF-DRIVING GOLF CART IS ON THE GO..MICHAEL HAYES/COMPUTER ENGINEERING STUDENT & PROJECT CEO”DATA IS SENT TO A MICROCONTROLLER WHICH IS A SMALL LIKE COMPUTER CHIP AND THAT COMPUTER CHIP TAKES THAT DATA AND SENDS SIGNALS TO THE THAT MEANS RIGHT NOW IT’S NOT ABLE TO DETECT OBJECTS IN ITS PATH, BUT NO WORRIES — IT DOES HAVE TWO EMERGENCY KILL SAFES AS THEY CREATE NEW ROUTES USING GPS COORDINATES. DRIVE IT ISELF AFTERWARDS.”THE PROJECT ADVISOR — WHO HAS A BACKGROUND IN AUTONOMOUS VEHICLES SAYS THE PROJECT WAS SOLELY THE STUDENTS’ IDEA. ADDING THE SKILLS THEY LEARNED INTEGRATING DIFFERENT SYSTEMS AND IDEAS COULD PAVE THE WAY FOR OTHER SELF DRIVING VEHICLES.DR. DANIELLE WILL CONTINUE NEXT YEAR WITH A FOCUS ON OBSTACLE DETECTION AND ROUTING. REPORTING IN CEDARVILLE, DEVERO BOGART 5 O2. BROOKE:NEW INFORMATION ON A

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