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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $90 - Posted
A rear-end vehicle collision avoidance Robot has to be designed using Arduino/MATLAB. MATLAB SIMULINK or SIM MECHANICS can be used but is not necessary. I am giving a video link. Similar work is preferred. All the files of MATLAB have to be submitted to me. I also would like to have the explanations of a particular function on SKYPE. Please watch the video. I want a similar one but for VEHICLES. The host car will automatically avoid certain collisions from back (rear end). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lgf5hQOOSxo
Skills: Electrical engineering Application Programming Automotive Engineering MATLAB
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $1,500 - Posted
We are paying for written application notes based on Silego’s configurable mixed-signal ICs. These parts are very versatile so there are many applications that they can be designed for. The application note should be a 1000-3500 word technical white paper describing an application and how it uses the SIlego part. Writer will be responsible for generating the content as well as writing the app note. · 1k-1.5k word manuscript + 2 figures: $750 · 2k-3.5k word manuscript + 3 figures: $1,500 We have many topics that we can suggest for this or you can suggest your own for approval. Examples of topics include: Using GreenPak to generate a strain gauge, using GreenPak to create a salinity sensor, creating synchronous state machine with the Asynchronous state machine block in GPAK. Here are some examples of app notes that were done in the past: http://www.silego.com/softdoc/app_notes.html Please let me know if this is something you would be interested in doing.
Skills: Electrical engineering Electronic Design Electronic Workbench
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $20 - Posted
My (cut down) Arduino seems to restart under heavy load - as in lighting an LED strip consuming 1~2 amps. It works fine with lower loads. I need an expert to look at it and advise me what could be wrong? No time wasters needed! If you have the skills and worked on something similar before, then please send me the following: 1. Your mobile number with country code and all 2. Similar project you have worked on Work will only be considered complete when your proposed solution works.
Skills: Electrical engineering Circuit Design Electronic Design PCB Design
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $70 - Posted
Need help with hacking an electric blanket, and hooking it up to an Arduino Board. I want the wires from the blanket to go directly into the Arduino board. So I want to eliminate the controller that comes with the blanket and use the Arduino to turn the blanket on and off.
Skills: Electrical engineering Hardware Prototyping
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
looking for an experience electrical engineer from 3-months upward and who is read to work with AMERICAN AXLE & MANUFACTURING and you will be working with other group of engineers
Skills: Electrical engineering
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Due to the increase in our workload, we require an experienced electrical project manager to come onboard and take management of our teams and projects. We deal with Hazardous Areas and operate currently in Australia. Our team is comprised of both local and off shore teams, each a specialist in their own right. Being a start up, we require someone that has a proven track record of managing staff correctly (we take on the same philosophy as Work Rules by Laszlo Block from Google HR), being accountantable for their actions to both upper managment and the team. We are looking for someone that thrives on working for a smaller boutique team, with a can do attitude to create a positive inclusive culture that promotes hard work and fun. Creating and implementing change will also be a common occurance as we wish to stay competitive in this sphere for a long time, researching and adopting new technologies to make life easier for all. So if you are up for the challenge of your life we would love to hear from you! Good hunting!
Skills: Electrical engineering Project management Time Management