Wireless ai based intelli industrial security robot 2 ppt
Dr . AMBEDKAR INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
(An Autonomous Institution, Affiliated to V.T.U)
WIRELESS INDUSTRIAL SECURITY INTELLIGENT
SRINATH B R 1DA10TE013
VARUN B P 1DA10TE012
KARTHIK M 1DA10TE026
SHIVAKUMAR M 1DA10TE049
Under the guidance of:
Dr. B SIVAKUMAR
Professor and HOD
Dept. of TCE
Dr. AIT, Bangalore-56
Project phase II (TEP 85)
Hardware and software requirements
Advantages and Disadvantages
Conclusion and Discussions
The main objective of this project to build a cost effective and
efficient wireless robotic system for industrial application with
wireless live video streaming.
To provide a platform for Many industrial applications that
require inspections and surveillance in hard-to-reach and
hazardous areas , thus acting as a substitute for human in
The other important objectives that are associated in installing
of robotic systems in industries are;
1) Saving of manpower.
2) Improved quality & efficiency.
3) Ability to work in any hostile environment.
To detect unexpected dangerous events like fire accident,
GAS leakage, High temperature etc…
In any industry, a large fraction of the work is repetitive and
judicious application of automation will most certainly result in
optimum utilization of machine and manpower. Here our
ROBOT plays a vital dual role. . They are mainly used to
perform ‘pick and place’ actions and also this Intelligence
robot is developed to detect dangerous Gas/Smoke, fire,
temp., humidity by using some sensors interfaced to an 32 bit
In our project the robot is designed to work automatically as
per the command given by the program... Ex. If particular
Smoke is detected, robot will switch ON the Alarm Unit and
send an alert message.
The Robot will send the real time video streaming , which
could be seen at remote monitor and control action can be
taken accordingly to control the robot are using high range
ZIGBEE remote control.
Designed and developed an intelligence robot to detect
dangerous Gas/Smoke by using an 8 bit microcontroller.
To move in all the direction like forward, reverse, right and left
as per the command given by the controller.
Communication between robot and PC is bidirectional
communication, which takes place by RF modem with 9600
If any gas/smoke detected, robot will switch ON the Alarm
The video and audio are monitored at the remote PC.
For transmitting video, RF camera has been used.
This system is made more useful by migrating from 8bit to 32-bit
ARM 7 microcontroller.
We are using some additional sensors like temperature sensor,
humidity sensor and fire detector along with the GAS/Smoke
We are using SONAR to avoid collision with obstacle
This robot has a Mechanical arm using for PICK and PLACE
The high range ZIGBEE transceivers are used.
A GSM modem is used send alert SMS.
Fig 1: BLOCK DIAGRAM SHOWING INTERFACING OF DIFFERENT HARDWARES
Fig 2 :BLOCK DIAGRAM SHOWING ZIGBEE INTERFACING WITH REMOTE PC
ARM 7 MICRO CONTROLLER(LPC2148)
8051 MICRO CONTROLLER.
CC2500 XBEE(ZIGBEE MODULE)
ULTRA SONIC SONOR
The Keil MDK-ARM Microcontroller Kit is a complete
software development environment for the wide range of
ARM, Cortex-M, and Cortex-R based microcontroller
Flash magic is a PC tool for programming flash based
microcontrollers from NXP using a serial or Ethernet protocol
while in the target hardware.
A RF camera is used to give a live video stream to a remote
A ZIGBEE transceiver is used for wireless communication.
A mechanical ARM is used to pick and place objects.
A temperature sensor is used to measure the temperature
in that region.
A smoke and fire sensor is used to detect any gas leakage
or fire accidents by alerting.
A Humidity sensor is used to check the humidity of the
Switch board interfaced with 8051 Micro contoller is used
to control robot movements.
INTERFACING GSM TO LPC2148
GSM modem interfacing with microcontroller for
SMS control of industrial equipment. The sending
SMS through GSM modem when interfaced with
microcontroller or PC is much simpler as compared
with sending SMS
Fig 3 : FIGURE SHOWING INTERFACING GSM MODULE WITH LPC2148
> FIRE ACCIDENT <Ctrl>+<Z>
The following commands change the message format to
text mode and send a text message.
Fig 4 : SCREEN SHOTS OF HYPER TERMINAL WINDOW
Ultrasonic Ranging Module HC - SR04
Ultrasonic ranging module HC - SR04 provides 2cm - 400cm
non-contact measurement function, the ranging accuracy can
reach to 3mm. The modules includes ultrasonic transmitters,
receiver and control circuit. The basic principle of work:
(1) Using IO trigger for at least 10us high level signal,
(2) The Module automatically sends eight 40 kHz and detect
whether there is a pulse signal back.
(3) IF the signal back, through high level , time of high output IO
duration is the time from sending ultrasonic to returning. Test
distance = (high level time×velocity of sound (340M/S) / 2,
Fig 5 : SONAR
(4) We can calculate the range through the time
interval between sending trigger signal and receiving
Formula: uS / 58 = centimeters or uS / 148 =inch; or:
the range = high level time * velocity (340M/S) / 2;
Fif 6 : TIMING DIAGRAM SHOWING SONIC BURSTS
FIRE SENSOR(IR SENSOR)
• The Fire sensor is used to detect fire flames.
• The module makes use of Fire sensor and comparator to detect up
to a range of 1 meter. Infrared sensor (1.1 µm and higher) monitors
especially the heat radiation of a fire.
• A special frequency range is 4.3 to 4.4 µm. This is a resonance
frequency of CO2. The hot CO2 emits much energy at its resonance
frequency of 4.3 µm. During burning of a hydrocarbon (for
example, wood or fossil fuels such as oil and natural gas) much heat
and CO2 is released This causes a peak in the total radiation
emission and can be well detected.
Fig 7 : Fire sensor
• In MQ-5 gas sensors the sensing material is a metal oxide(SnO2).
Measuring electrode and heater are fixed into a crust made by
stainless steel net.
• The SnO2 has lower conductivity in clean air, When the internal
heating elements are activated, these gas sensors respond to their
specific gas by reducing their resistance in proportion to the amount of
that gas present in the air exposed to the internal element.
• A simple electronic circuit is used here which is used to convert the
changing conductivity into corresponding output signal of gas
• MQ-5 is more sensitive towards LPG, Natural gas , Methane and
Propane. It is a low cost sensor suitable for different application.
Fig 8: MQ-5 smoke sensor
PICK AND PLACE ARM
• This is a wireless remote-controlled robotic arm with five
degrees of freedom, 100g lifting capacity, and an LED light.
• This uses five motors with gearboxes, the Edge has five
degrees of freedom: a 120° wrist motion, a 300° elbow
motion, a 180° shoulder motion, a 270° base motion, and a
0-1.77" (0-4.5cm) gripping motion.
• When one of the gearboxes encounters excessive resistance
to motion, the gearbox will make a noise that alerts you to
stop the arm’s motion in that direction.
• Illuminating whatever the gripper is holding, a white LED is
mounted to the “hand” of the arm.
RF A/V CAMERA
Fig 9 : RF camera and RF A/V receiver
• RF camera with inbuilt transmitter installed on the robot
is used to record and transmit the live video stream.
• A RF A/V receiver is used to receive the video stream
• Received video stream displayed on the PC monitor
which is connected to the RF A/V receiver through TV
The sensors are continuously sensing the surrounding
parameters, if any parameters exceeds the set point
alarm signal is sent to remote PC .
The related SMS is sent to a mobile phone through GSM
modem like, “HIGH GAS” , “FIRE ACCIDENT” etc.
Distance between the obstacle and the robot is
calculated using SONAR and the distance is displayed on
the screen. Like “Front : distance in inches”.
The velocity of the robot should automatically change as
the distance of it from obstacle changes.
• Consistency of performance.
• 24/7 continuous working.
• Reduced amount of operator errors.
• It can move from one location to another location.
• Robotic workers never get tired.
• Do not need to be paid.
• Can be made to perform even the most dangerous
tasks without concern.
• High standard of maintenance required
• Precise programming needed (time, training, specialist
• when computer systems failure will cause breakdown
• New products require complete reprogramming
• Certain processes still need a skilled operator
• Complex and expensive equipment to buy and install
• Robot can be controlled through voice recognition
• We can make this security robot to be moved or directed
• We can enhance this security robot to do Authentication
CONCLUSION AND DISCUSSIONS
• In our project, the robot is designed to move by our command and
also by it own according to the command given by the program.
• The video is monitored at the control unit.
• In this prototype project, we design in such a way that this robot can be
moved anywhere and it can get the information of particular place.
• It is easy to detect any faults or dangerous in the industry. It leads easy
process without interaction of human.
• An alerting message will be sent to a prescribed SIM using GSM
• This project is very much useful in the places where a human cannot go
into the places like ground canals, smoke oriented caves and this project is
very much useful in such situations.
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