Design, code and manufacture your own robot buggy with the micro:bit and the Kitronik line following buggy. This teaching resource provides detailed instructions for creating your own bluetooth controlled micro:bit buggy. The resources look at designing the buggy using computer aided design (CAD). However, downloadable print files are also available should you wish to deliver this project with a coding focus.
The resource includes a number of different design and technology aspects; electronics, mechanical assembly, 2D and 3D design, using a laser cutter, using a 3D printer and coding and testing. If your school does not have access to a laser cutter or 3D printer, alternative suggestions are provided within the resource.