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SERVO November/December 2018

SERVO November/December 2018
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Features

Controlling Robots Using Amazon’s Alexa

by John Blankenship

“Alexa, control my robot!”


Dragonfly: Game-Changing Exploration of Titan

by Ralph Lorenz

Dragonfly drone project to explore Titan.


WiperBot: A 3D Printed Table Cleaning Robot

by Akhil Padmanabha

College kids find a robotic way out of cleaning off their dining table.


The ARMadeus Project Phase 2

by James Milan

Here’s an update on the latest in the ARMadeus build which features a redesigned universal base with an additional personality module.


TJBot, Come Here! I Want to See You!

by Dave Prochnow

Robot Kit for exploring IBM Watson Cloud Services.


Ultrasonic Radar Refresher — Part 6

by Dan Harres

Tutorial on active sensing with ultrasonic radar.



Columns

The Combat Zone
by Nik Buchholz
Safe(r) Beetleweight Testing: Building a Test Enclosure is Easier than I Thought
Safety first when testing your combat bots ... no matter what size!

Twin Tweaks
by Bryce Woolley, Evan Woolley
Doubling Down on Double Jeopardy
What put us in Double Jeopardy at BattleBots.

Then and Now
by Tom Carroll
Robots for the Masses
Home robots available now.




Combat Zone

Designing 3D Printed Bodies for Insect Class Combat Robots

by David Kanoy
in The Combat Zone

Winning tips for 3D printing combat robots in the Insect class.


Getting into the Big Leagues: RoboGames 2018

by Brandon Young
in The Combat Zone

Fighting in Heavier Weight Classes.


Safe(r) Beetleweight Testing: Building a Test Enclosure is Easier than I Thought

by Nik Buchholz
in The Combat Zone

Safety first when testing your combat bots ... no matter what size!


Fachan: A Dangerous Fairyweight Part 3: Building the Bot

by Pete Smith
in The Combat Zone

Designing a Fairyweight version of my Beetleweight and Antweight combat robot kits.


Departments

New Products (11.2018)
■ HARDWARE ■ SOFTWARE ■ GADGETS ■ TOOLS

bots IN BRIEF (11.2018)
Interesting TidBits From The Robot World

Where has all the science gone?
by Bryan Bergeron
Science fairs aren’t what they used to be.

Loss Of A Legend
Goodby Gordon McComb.

Four Exciting Ways Robotic Exoskeletons are Changing Our Lives
by Ann Neal
Robotic exoskeleton technology is combining human intelligence with the strength, precision, and endurance of robots, thereby providing remarkable abilities to normal human beings.

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