Ann raises some good questions. The definition of Transport is in D10. Basically if the robot is moving more than one Manure Sample at a time with the intent of eventually doing something with them, it is NOT allowed for M09.
Does "transported one at a time" mean the robot must travel back and forth between the target area and base for each manure piece or can a team load all the manure in a device attached to the robot, have the robot leave base with all of them, arrive at the target area and then release the manure one at a time with a pause between each release to make sure each manure delivered is seen as a single delivery?Ann Hamilton-DixonLower School Instructional Technology Specialist
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