1. Running Code on the TI LaunchPad™ Board Using CCS
Review software development methodology and understand how to set up an integrated development environment (IDE).
Each module is complete with lecture videos and slides, lab documentation and demonstration videos, quizzes and classroom activities and resources from Texas Instruments to support the learning experience. The kit and curriculum is fully customizable, allowing faculty to choose how they integrate the TI-RSLK MAX into their class. The TI-RSLK MAX is targeted to teach embedded systems and applications and can be expanded and used in a variety of engineering classes at any level along a college student’s learning journey.
Through the curriculum, students learn the function and purpose of each hardware and software component included within the TI-RSLK MAX system. With this groundwork, students can write and develop their own code and then build their own fully functioning robotics system. This learning journey culminates in a robot that can complete line-following challenges, compete against other TI-RSLK MAX robotic systems and solve its way through a maze.
Download the TI-RSLK MAX user guide to learn more about the robotics kit.
An introduction to C,
compiling and debugging
using the MSP432 and TI Code
Create the robot and build the circuits needed to power the robot.
Use finite state machines as a
central controller for the
Develop interface switches and an LED so the robot can effectively detect wall collisions.
Learn to display characters and provide real-time debugging on an LCD screen.
Interface the tachometers that enable the robot to measure motor rotational speed.
Create a control system by combining the sensors with the actuators.
A line-following challenge can be attempted after module 13. You can attempt the simple maze challenge after finishing module 15. More advanced challenges will require additional modules. Solutions to the labs provide components (hardware and software) for the challenge. In the challenge, you perform system-level design with the components developed in previous modules.Download the challenge
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