Design an embedded network with a human controlling using USART a master and two slave robots. The two slaves drive two motors each (a right motor and a left motor). The human presses on forward, backward, right, left or stop buttons for each of the slave robots. The human can choose using three buttons which robot to control (the first, the second, or both). LEDs on the master are used to indicate which slave is now being communicated to. The slaves also have LEDs to indicate which direction are they moving (green for forward, red for backward, yellow for right, and blue for left).

Design an embedded network with a human controlling using USART a master and two slave robots. The two slaves drive two motors each (a right motor and a left motor). The human presses on forward, backward, right, left or stop buttons for each of the slave robots. The human can choose using three buttons which robot to control (the first, the second, or both). LEDs on the master are used to indicate which slave is now being communicated to. The slaves also have LEDs to indicate which direction are they moving (green for forward, red for backward, yellow for right, and blue for left). Show transcribed image text Design an embedded network with a human controlling using USART a master and two slave robots. The two slaves drive two motors each (a right motor and a left motor). The human presses on forward, backward, right, left or stop buttons for each of the slave robots. The human can choose using three buttons which robot to control (the first, the second, or both). LEDs on the master are used to indicate which slave is now being communicated to. The slaves also have LEDs to indicate which direction are they moving (green for forward, red for backward, yellow for right, and blue for left).