A Tesla owner at Pat Larson in the US has decided to build a robot that will take charge of the electric car in his garage. A robotic arm undertakes the task of charging the vehicle when it stays in the garage in a completely automated way.
At the heart of this system is a Raspberry Pi 4 computer, which draws data from a camera that makes it possible to connect the charging port to the home stream. When the charge is complete, the robotic arm returns to the wall and becomes, literally, one with it, without taking up space in the garage.
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In fact, with a few modifications and settings to Tesla’s software, the whole process can be done automatically, without the need for human intervention. The Tesla owner’s system is experimental, but the prototype works normally, as shown in the video below.
Video from YouTube channel P L