I am a student of grade 9. I have made this project for security and surveillance of vehicles from any part of the world.
The major goal of the project is to use materials and sources that are simply reachable and getable in our lives.
You'll learn how to construct a robot car controlled by Arduino.
Sketch to use a KY-022 + Arduino Mega for receiving data sent from an universal IR remote
A simple and easy to Car Robot controlled via Gamepad using web socket technology.
Jetson car able to find objects, controlled through remote voice control using an Android Application which supports words in two languages.
The Hyduino Hydrogen Hot Rod Forum www hot-rod-usa com
Project using Arduino Micro and a CC1101 to receive and display the tyre pressures transmitted by a Toyota (Auris Hybrid).
The project was initially designed to acquire real-time race car data for BAJA-SAE competitions.
MeArm mounted on smart robot car controlled by 2 Arduino UNOs
NodeMCU ESP8266 in access point mode: the simplest way to make Wi-Fi controlled Robot Car from Bluetooth Arduino Robot Car + Android App.
Track ME is a "small" GPS, SD Card, and GSM Shield controlled by an Arduino Mega.
Call me and get my location.
This project shows how you can build a car which can be controlled by your smartphone using an android application via Bluetooth.
Use a Raspberry Pi to make your "dumb" car smarter!
Version 2 of my lane detection system!
Android board computer for vehicles using UDOO
A system that tells you about the parking slots of an area.
Visualize car data with a free Blynk account, particle electron and Carloop.
Build a Semi-autonomous, 4WD Raspberry Pi Car with a camera stream!
Remote control bean powered car driven with an iPhone running the Handy BLE app.
How to make an Arduino 4WD RC Car with Joystick Controller (Arduino Uno | Joystick Shield | nRF24L01+PA+LNA).
Monitor Oil Temp and Pressure, Water Temp, Voltage, Fuel level.
Display on Nextion display or Nokia LCD
Track local aircraft traffic in real-time.
Having problems with your car speedometer?! Just build a GPS-based one.