How to code the final robot to do all the functions

Please help me out to code the final Robot in Arduino with boltduino wifi, to make my robot run over the internet. I am unable to do this

Hi ,

Please refer to Voice Controlled Wireless ROBOT CAR - for a complete tutorial regarding the project. Please note that the name of library is renamed to <boltiot.h>. Remaining code would be same.

If you are facing any issues with Boltduino, then please refer to my workshop session


Coding a robot to perform various functions depends on the specific robot platform you are working with and the tasks you want it to accomplish. the code will vary based on the robot’s hardware, sensors, and programming environment.

  1. Select a Robot Platform: Choose a robot platform or hardware that suits your project’s requirements. Popular platforms include Arduino-based robots, Raspberry Pi robots, and specialized robotics kits.
  2. Define the Functions and Tasks: Clearly define the functions and tasks you want your robot to perform. These tasks could include things like moving, detecting obstacles, interacting with the environment, or performing specific actions.
  3. Programming Environment:
  • If you’re using an Arduino-based robot, you’ll likely use the Arduino IDE with C/C++.
  • For Raspberry Pi-based robots, you can use Python or other programming languages depending on your preferences.
  • Some robots may also have their dedicated development environments or SDKs.
  1. Motor Control:
  • If your robot has wheels, you’ll need to code the motor control to make it move forward, backward, turn, etc.
  • For servo-driven robots, control the servos for precise movements.
  1. Sensors Integration:
  • Depending on the robot’s sensors (e.g., ultrasonic sensors, cameras, gyroscopes), write code to read data from them.
  • Implement algorithms to process sensor data, such as obstacle avoidance or line following.
  1. Decision-Making Logic:
  • Implement decision-making algorithms to determine what action the robot should take based on sensor data.
  • Use conditional statements (if-else) or state machines to control the robot’s behavior.
  1. Actuators:
  • Code the actuators to perform actions based on the robot’s tasks. This could involve moving an arm, grabbing objects, or displaying information on a screen.
  1. Communication:
  • If the robot needs to communicate with external devices or a remote controller, implement the necessary communication protocols (e.g., Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, MQTT).
  1. Testing and Debugging:
  • Test each function and task individually to ensure they work as expected.
  • Debug the code to fix any issues or unexpected behavior.
  1. Integration:
  • Integrate all the components and functions to create a cohesive robot system.
  • Fine-tune the robot’s behavior and performance.
  1. Safety Considerations:
  • If your robot performs tasks that could be potentially dangerous, implement safety mechanisms in your code to prevent accidents.
  1. Documentation:
  • Document your code, including comments and a README file, to make it understandable for future development or for others to use.
  1. User Interface :
  • If your robot interacts with users, create a user interface, such as a smartphone app or a web interface, for controlling and monitoring the robot.
  1. Deployment:
  • Deploy your code on the robot’s hardware, ensuring that it runs smoothly in the real world.
  1. Maintenance and Updates:
  • Regularly maintain and update your robot’s code as needed, especially if you want to add new features or improve its performance.