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We are Environment-All students in the 1st grade of Saint Demetrios High School, Christina, Vassilis, Elias, Nikolas and our teacher Katerina Asimakopoulou. We decided to participate because the combination of open technologies and Climate Change (as a thematic) not only interests us, but causes us to help solve the problem as much as we can.
After robot means work, we wondered if there is a robot to process the results of the climate crisis and presents them in a simpler, more concentrated form by graph so their use in the improvement of agricultural production / harvest or green growth in an area, urban or not. After a series of meetings between members of our team, we came to the general functions of our robot. In the beginning we use already existing open source programs and some created by us.
The RoboKlimUs is capable of taking measurements through specific sensors available
- For the atmosphere:
- Quantity of carbon dioxide
- For soil:
After each measurement, the data are sent via Bluetooth to a remote computer. The computer holds a large database with information from official sources. The data processed by an application written in Python 3 and with the help of XlsxWriter creating Excel spreadsheets with charts.
These are Images of the Wiring:
For this project we are using Python 3, you can download and the latest version here. Be sure to click “add Python to PATH” while installing.
After downloading and install it is time to install the required libraries. So navigate to EnvironmentAll folder, click the address bar and delete everything, write “cmd” and a new black window will appear.
In that window type:
pip install -r requirements.txt
This should install all required libraries for this project. If an error appears ask for help online.
Now just click Data_Com.py
For more information on how to use the program and how to run a demo visit the Bonus Section
- Demo Video (Description, History, Our Team and more)
- 3D Robot Preview 1.1 (newest version)
- 3D Robot Preview (older versions)
- Data Receive Setup Tutorial
- Timelapse Construction of the Robot
|Asimakopoulou Aikaterini||Team Leaderfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Iliopoulos Nikolaos||Team Memberemail@example.com|
|Kalliakmanis Elias||Team Memberfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Keramaris Vasilios||Team Memberemail@example.com|
|Tournari Christina||Team Memberfirstname.lastname@example.org|