How to Customize and Optimize CM93 v2 2013 Charts for Different Regions and Preferences on OpenCPN
the following material applies to the cm93 v2 2013 release. this version of the code implements a new xml to xml protocol. this protocol is simpler to implement than previous versions, but has been put through the wringer for reliability. the error checking is pretty robust. there are a few things that can still happen, but for the most part they are bugs that i know about.
cm93 v2 2013
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the robot has been updated to cm93 v2: license has changed from gplv2 to gplv3
general architecture has changed.
it now supports two motors. one motor can be used to move the robot. the robot moves forward or backward depending on the switch toggle is used to select the direction. the robot has a speed switch which determines the speed of the robot. the other motor is used to control the robot's rotation. more sensors have been added.
sensors for the robot's location: ir sensor.
sensors for the robot's rotation: gyroscope.
sensors for the robot's twist: twist sensor.
sensors for the robot's color: color sensor.
release notes note: cm93 v2 2013 is different from cm93 v2 2012.
cm93 v2 2013 is compatible with cm93 v2 2012.
cm93 v2 2013 is not compatible with cm93 v2 2011.
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