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

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MICRO-RECEPTIONIST

  1. 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. 2. OBJECTIVE Designing and implementing a system for educational institutions, public banks and conference halls which can intelligently guide visitors to their destinations.
  3. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 12. THANK YOU xD

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