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==== [[ Brake Padal Implementing on a Golf Cart ]] ====
== Project name ==
Implementing a Brake Padal actuator on a Golf Cart
== Project short description ==
This project is aimed at implementing a system to push del Brake pedal of a Golf Cart. The command about when and how brake is received to a PIC sending by high level Comman Unit (Notebook).
First Step: 
Design a Elctro-meccanical System than supply the right power (within a specific thime) to
Desigh a system that permitt to modulate the force than push the brake.
Second Step:
Implementing a Elctro-meccanical prototype
Third Step:
Implementing a full sytem
== Dates ==
Start date: 2008/04/15
End date: 2010/12/31
==People involved==
Davide Daloiso - [[User:DavideDaloiso]]
== Note for students ==
If you are a student and there isn't a '''page describing your project''', this is because YOU have the task of creating it and populating it with (meaningful) content. If you are a student and there IS a page describing your project, you have the task to complete that page with (useful and comprehensive) information about your own contribution to the project. Be aware that the quality of your work (or lack of it) on the AIRWiki will be evaluated by the Teachers and will influence your grades.
Instructions to add a new project or to add content to an existing project page are available at [[Projects - HOWTO]].

Revision as of 15:34, 22 June 2008

This page is a repository of links to the pages describing the projects we are currently working on at AIRLab. See the list of our finished projects on the Finished Projects page.

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