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Beginning GPS with NXT Robots

by John Cole
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Product Number: 030-545166852
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Genre: Advice & Self-Help
Paperback: 91 pages

Description: A full introduction to the basics of GPS and with hands-on activities and tutorials on how to use all of the features of the GPS Sensor with NXT Robots.

Synopsis:

The GPS sensor: Satellite GPS systems have become more and more integrated in the way we live. As our world becomes increasingly dependent on the Global Positioning System, it was obvious to us that the next generation of scientists and engineers will need to know how to use it and what its limitations are. This workbook was written to bring to life this system that we often take for granted and help students understand it, explore it, and find ways to use it. This workbook is meant to make this sensor accessible to students and teachers. The workbook provides step-by-step projects and instructions that will get any novice building GPS-guided robots in a few hours!Included:+ Introduction to the GPS, coordinates systems, and navigation.+ Introduction and background on how robots use the GPS to navigate.+ Five hands-on projects with programs in NXT-G to help students understand all of the functions andprinciples of the GPS sensor.+ Reading GPS coordinates from the sensor.+ Using GPS coordinates to program robots to navigate from Point A to Point B.+ Geocaching with the dGPS.+ Reading the time with a GPS sensor with an introduction to Universal Time.+ Measuring Speed with the GPS Sensor.+ Datalogging coordinates and paths and displaying on Google Maps.+ A final challenge and project that combines all of the subjects and challenges students to problem-solve with the GPS sensor.

Product Details:

· Paperback: 91 pages
· Binding: Wire-O
· Published: June 2011
· Product Number: 030-545166852

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