We offer university-level classroom resources for teaching and learning robot autonomy. These materials have been used at MIT, ETH Zurich, the University of Montreal, amongst 200+ universities worldwide.
The Duckietown curriculum is structured in “modules”, each of which is supported by several types of materials to reinforce it.
All modules have slides. In the “Extra Materials” column below:
are links to notes
are links to additional videos
are links to short videos (MOOC format)
are links to learning activities to be run on in simulation and/or a Duckiebot
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Autonomy basics and traditional approaches
Modeling, Kinematics, and Dynamics
Advanced autonomy approaches
Autonomous Mobility on Demand
Human-Machine Interaction and Safety
Estimation from motion blur
- Template [pdf]
(hidden) Educational Resources
We have structured our curriculum in terms of “modules” where each module is supported by several types of materials to reinforce it. All modules have slides.
In the “Extra Materials” column below:
are links to notes in the duckiebook
are links to exercises in the duckiebook
are links to Jupyter notebooks in the duckiebook
are links to demos to be run on the Duckiebot
are links to additional videos that have been created
Want some ideas about how to structure your class?