"Dave, I think you know what the problem is, just as well as I do."
Clearly the author takes absolutely no responsibility for anything dangerous, illegal, destructive, immoral or just plain stupid that anyone does with these notes. Just a word of caution: 40kg robots are dangerous. 200kg petrol-powered robots with blades spinning at 200km/h are almost unstoppable. Think about a small person getting rammed at full speed with one of these. It will make The Walking Dead seem like a romantic chick flick. Think. Please.
Tips and tricks
Two wheel balancing robot (with stepper motors)
Two wheel balancing robot (with DC motors)
3D printer experiments
A discussion of drive needs for agricultural robotics
A simple Raspberry Pi case made with a CNC
TF Mini LIDAR
Neural-net object recognition
Kangarecognizer - Kangaroo recognition results
The weeding problem - a discussion of robotic weeding
Weed recognition results
Sheep herding simulation
The electric car
Photovoltaic solar irradiance meter eMule - Golf cart conversion
Pathfinding - Using RRT to navigate around the farm
Computer readable font
Pest Eviction. Easing the kangaroos out of the paddocks, if kangaroos can be differentiated from sheep and alpacas ).
Weed Detection. Mounting a face-down camera and analysing the image to detect weeds.
Weed Removal. Either through spraying or mechanical means (a length of wire like a lowering spring on a motor can dig out weeds without chemical environmental damage).
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Hackaday.com and Hackaday.io. Heaps of great projects by people smarter than me.
Goat Industries and their Weedinator.
SwarmFarm Robotics Demonstration
Chinese robot factory
Instructables - Robots
Let's Make Robots (robot shop)
Solar Charged Lawnmower
Autonomous (and Remote Controlled) Lawn Mower
Deep South Robotics
"I'm sorry Dave, I can't let you do that."