The current document is an introduction to the Mobile Robots in the frame of telelaboratory related to car-like mobile robots. Below text consists in basics about differential drive – the simplest mobile robot, which can be considered as a basic for carlike mobile robots subject. One of the simplest mobile robot constructions is a chassis with two fixed wheels. Understanding this construction helps you to grasp some basic kinematics of car-like robots. Usually differential drive mobile robots have an additional castor wheel as the third fulcrum. It is usually used for stability. Sometimes roller-balls can be used but from the kinematics point of view, there are no differences in calculations.
- Differential drive
- Odometry for differential drive
- Kinematics Formula and Equations
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