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Practical Arduino Engineering: End to End Development with the Arduino, Fusion 360, 3D Printing, and Eagle
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READER LEVEL: Intermediate
Chapter 1: The Process of Arduino Engineering- Gathering Your Hardware- Gathering Your Tools- Understanding the Engineering ProcessChapter 2: Understanding the Arduino Software- Getting started with setup() and loop()- Initializing Variables- Woorking with Loos- Communicating Digitally- Communicating with Analog Components- Serial Communication- Using Arduino Libraries- Putting Together the Arduino Language Chapter 3: An Introduction to 3D Design- What is 3D Cad?- Installing Fusion360 and setting it up for Enthusiast or Startup- The basics of 3D Modeling- How to use Calipers- Making your first "Thing"Chapter 4: An Introduction to 3D Printing- What is 3D Printing?- Types of 3D Printers- 3D Printer Recommendations- Tools of the Trade- What is a Slicer? (Go over a few Slicers)- Printing your first "Thing"Chapter 5: An Introduction to Eagle- What is Eagle?- Installing Eagle and including Libraries from 3rd party vendors- Basics of Schematic layout- Basics of Board Layout- Making your first board- Board manufacturersChapter 6: Robotic Engineering Requirements: Controlling Motion- Creating a modular H-Bridge PCB in Eagle- 3D modeling your own Robot Chassis (Intro to Parametric Design)- Printing the Robot Chassis- Assembling the Robot Chassis and HardwareChapter 7: Adding Complexity to the Robot: Working with LCDs- Monochrome LCD projects will stay the same- Add a section on OLED technology- Make an OLED Shield for the Arduino using EagleChapter 8: Robot Integration Engineering a GPS Module with Arduino- Hardware Explained: microSD shield- Understanding NMEA Protocol- Libraries Explained: TinyGPS and SdFat Libraries- The Basics of GPS Communication with the Arduino- Requirements Gathering and Creating the Requirements DocumentChapter 9: Interlude: Home Engineering from Requirements to Implementation- Basic Fundamentals of this chapter will stay the same- Gather Requirements on a sensor station- Create a Sensor Station Shield in Eagle- Writing software for the Sensor Station Shield- Creating an enclosure for the Sensor Station Shield- 3D Printing the Sensor Station EnclosureChapter 10: Robot Perception: Object Detection with the Arduino- Secondary Projects stay the same, but Images, Schematics, and Flowcharts are updated- 3D modeling an Ultrasonic sensor holder for the Robot- 3D Printing the Ultrasonic Sensor holder- The rest of the primary project stays the same.Chapter 11: Mature Arduino Engineering: Making an Alarm System using the Arduino- Basic Security System- Requirements Gathering and Creating the Requirements DocumentChapter 12: Error Messages and Commands: Using GSM Technology with your Arduino- Talk on subjects like CDMA, 4G LTE, etc...- Use New Shield for 4G LTE instead of GSM Shield- Rest of chapter will stay the sameChapter 13: Control and Instrumentation: The XBOX controller and the LabVIEW Process- LabVIEW explanation stays the same- Creating a Sub-autonomous robotChapter 14: Controlling your Project: Bluetooth Arduino- Gathering Requirements and Creating the Requirements Docume

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Timmis, Harold
Since Harold Timmis was a small child, he has fostered a curiosity for technology, taking apart everything inhis parents' house just to see howit allworked. This fueledhis thirst for knowledgeof computer science, programmingand its uses.He has worked with LabVIEW and Arduino for the past three years.During that time, he has been involved in several professional projectsusing LabVIEW, as well as many hobbyist projectsutilizing both Arduino and LabVIEW.Harold attended theFlorida Institute of Technology, wherehe studied computer engineering and was introduced to LabVIEW and Arduino.Later, he work

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