Project: KU Turtle

KU Turtle is a line following robot that could also be controlled manually using any Bluetooth devices. KU Turtle represented KURC in Yantra5.0 in the category Yantra Racer. The major electronic components included are: Arduino Uno: A micro-controller based on ATmega328 microprocessor. Lithium Polymer (Li-Po) battery: Used for its high power to weight ratio. DC […]

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Project: KUBull

An auto fighting bot is a bot that search its opponent in the arena and fights to damage or to push the opponent bot out of the arena. The bot that fought in our side was named “KU BULL” which is a non-destructive sumo bot that fight with the opponent bot of the same kind. […]

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Project: KU Medicine Copter

It is a medicine delivery UAV which delivers medicine from one place to another. It has a payload of 0.5 kg. The major components used are: PixHwak Flight Controller GPS sensor Telemetry 1000KVA Brushless DC Motor Propeller RC Controller The body is made of Aluminium and the stand is made of carbon fiber. The project […]

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Husky : An automatic fighting robot

An automatic fighting robot (also known as Sumo bot) is a bot that fights (destructive or non-destructive) and damages or push the opponent bot out of the arena. The bot that fought in our side was named “HUSKY” and it was a non-destructive sumo bot that fought with the opponent bots of the same kind. […]

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KUHOVER – A multi-rotor Hexa-copter

KUHOVER is an aerial unmanned vehicle also known as KU-Copter in Kathmandu University. It is a multi-rotor hexa-copter, remotely controlled UAV. The approximate weight of the finished model is about 1.4 kilogram. KUHOVER uses six 1000KV motors and a 5200mAh battery to power the system. The approximate flight time is about 10-15 minutes. The range […]

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KUROVER – Unmanned Robotic Vehicle

Within weeks of establishment of KURC, we started projects for the participation on national level competition organized by Nepal Army, entitled “Military Science and Technology Competition-II (MSTC-II)”. The competition was initially scheduled for second week of March 2014 but was postponed to first week of May due to unknown reasons. Two weeks before the competition […]

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