The team was tasked with the creation of an autonomous cyber-physical system that could be continually developed as a post-capstone class by future STEM students and as a means to teach future engineering students. The strict definition of a cyber-physical system is a computation machine that networks with an embedded computer that performs a physical function. The autonomous aspect was achieved through two sonic sensors to monitor object distances in order to avoid walls and obstacles. The integrated system was based on the Intel Edison computation module. A primary goal for future addition is automation capabilities and machine learning applications.
Davis, Andrew; Bowe, Dustin; and Nagel, Josiah
"A Cyber-Physical System,"
Montview Liberty University Journal of Student Research: Vol. 2:
1, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.liberty.edu/montview/vol2/iss1/5