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MICRO-RECEPTIONIST

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Smart Visitor Guidance Robot with Embedded Touchscreen Panel featuring Onscreen Signature Verification, Campus Map Rendering and Multi-Lingual Voice

Smart Visitor Guidance Robot with Embedded Touchscreen Panel featuring Onscreen Signature Verification, Campus Map Rendering and Multi-Lingual Voice

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  • 1. SMART VISITOR GUIDANCE ROBOT WITH EMBEDDED TOUCHSCREEN PANEL FEATURING ONSCREEN SIGNATURE VERIFICATION, CAMPUS MAP RENDERING AND MULTI-LINGUAL VOICE GUIDED BY: Mr. E.TAMILARASAN M.E. Asst. Professor ECE Dept. PRESENTED BY : NARESH CHANDER LAL SANJIB KUMAR DEORI SANJOY CHOUDHURY [51410106051] [51410106081] [51410106082]
  • 2. OBJECTIVE Designing and implementing a system for educational institutions, public banks and conference halls which can intelligently guide visitors to their destinations.
  • 3. INTRODUCTION TO EMBEDDED SYSTEM It is a combination of hardware and software to performs a specific task. • Is a system built to perform its duty, completely or partially independent of human intervention. • Is specially designed to perform a few tasks in the most efficient way. • Interacts with physical elements in our environment, viz. controlling and driving a motor, sensing temperature, etc. e.g. MP3 players, navigation systems on aircraft, intruder alarm systems.  An embedded system can also be defined as a single purpose computer.
  • 4. THE EXISTING SYSTEM Here we have the human receptionists or guide but • Humans need to be trained, might look dull and must be provided wages. • Human behaviors are unpredictable and they can go wrong in guiding a visitor with their punctuality and politeness.
  • 5. PROPOSED SYSTEM • Our project, micro receptionist is an automated robotic reception system that takes the role of a receptionist and guides the incoming visitors by queuing them to their respective destinations/officials by showing route maps with the help of touchscreen color panel and multilingual voice generation. • It is also capable of recording the employee signature and does real time signature verification to maintain a digital attendance book.
  • 6. WORKING MODEL This smart robot will be able to do the following receptionist chores on its own : • Scans the space using sensors and greets with a welcome message. • Separate the visitors into regular employee or a general visitor. • Prompts the user to enter his signature/name and the purpose. • Assigns a visitor ID number, details and stores in memory.
  • 7. • asks the user to touch their choice(Place/Person) • Shows route map of destination spot for visitors. And for Employees • Master unit Communicates with slave unit. • The official acknowledge with (call or hold) of the request.
  • 8. SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS 1. 32-bit ARM Cortex-M3 Embedded C 2. microcontroller Eclipse based LPCXpresso IDE 2. 65K color Touchscreen TFT Display 3. 2GB MicroSDPeripheral Device Drivers 3. Cortex-M3 Memory Card 4. MP3 Audio Codec CMSIS from ARM 5. IEEE 802.15.4 standard wireless transceiver
  • 9. MASTERUNIT SLAVE UNIT Micro SD BUZZER Memory card SPI-1 IEEE 802.15.4 SPI GPIO Transceiver Color TFT Display ARM Cortex-M3 IEEE 802.15.4 ARM Cortex –M3SPI-2 SPI-1 Transceiver Audio codec SPI-3 SPI-2 Graphics LCD Touch screen controller GPIO Speaker/Head phone Touchscreen Ultrasonic Pushbutton Distance Sensor Switches
  • 10. PROJECT ADVANTAGES:  No need to pay salary since this is a one-time investment for buyers.  Robotic receptionist will be always polite, punctual, more pleasant and careful with the customers and visitors.  Young girls are often trained only to greet and guide the customer in shops. The reception robot can replace them.   An aging population means, labor is going to be in severe shortage. This will create a strong demand for these automated robotic receptionists. The technology could be easily integrated into receptions of college, university, commercial buildings, libraries, medical hospitals, department stores, jewel shops, clothing stores etc.
  • 11. REFERENCE IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SYSTEMS, MAN, AND CYBERNETICS: SYSTEMS, VOL. 43, NO. 4, JULY 2013 (DESIGNING AND IMPLEMENTING A HUMAN–ROBOT TEAM FOR SOCIAL INTERACTIONS)
  • 12. THANK YOU xD

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