Day two of the 2019 FSE Workshop in Lomé is over and the students of École National Superieur d’Ingenieurs (ENSI) are one big step closer to their goal of building a fully functional park distance control prototype until the end of the week.

Today was all about getting the sensors to work. At the end of the day, each team was proud to present a working RGB LED, that could turn any color one fancies – even blue light.

Getting the ulrasonic range finder to work was a bit more difficult: Activating and switching between trigger and echo, calculating the distance from the signal return duration, averaging the measurements, … But the students showed great team work and overcame the obstacles.

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