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STEM Labs
Movement Challenge

Now that the build is finished, explore and see what it can do. Then answer these questions in your engineering notebook.

  1. How would you use Autopilot in your daily life? What tasks could the robot accomplish?

  2. Think about the different sensors on the Autopilot and explain how these sensors could help solve a problem in your daily life. (Example: The distance sensor could help find walls in my apartment when it’s vacuuming).

  3. Think back to constructing Autopilot, what advice would you give to someone that is starting the build?

  4. Think about a place you go in our school every day. Write down 3-5 steps to get you to that place from here, as if you were explaining it to a friend.