ROBO-ONE

ROBO-ONE promotes the technology and fun of robotics by challenging students to build and control bipedal robots that battle each other in competition. Applying Model-Based Design with MathWorks products lets your team efficiently design and build a functioning robot for your ROBO-ONE mission.

Getting Started with Code Examples

To access the following examples, which show how physical modeling helps with robot design, type the appropriate function at the command line:

For robot modeling using SimMechanics,
mech_robot_vr

For actuator modeling using SimElectronics,
elec_controlled_dcmotor, elec_linact_control,
or elec_kers

For actuator modeling using SimPowerSystems,
cs_robot, or power_dcmotor

For modeling sequence logic using Stateflow,
sf_launchabort

For code generation,
web([docroot '/toolbox/ecoder/ecoder_example_index.html'])

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Complimentary Software

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MathWorks provides complimentary software for this competition. If your team is participating in this competition and would like to request software contact us.

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