Design and implementation of a mini size search robot

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Design and implementation of a mini size search robot

  1. 1. DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A MINI-SIZE SEARCH ROBOT Using robots in hazardous or dangerous situations can significantly reduce the risk of humans who need to work in such circumstances. The last decades witness that several correlative robots have been developed successfully with different aims. Unfortunately, most robots are too huge and heavy to carry out search tasks in some narrow areas of city such as narrow aisles of buildings or pipelines of factories. On the other hand, currently in tasks of counterterrorism in city, it is also in urgent desire to search the chassis of vehicle where it is a good place to hide dangerous materials, like bomb, and the risk is quite high for inspector to search the vehicle under such circumstance, but most of existing search robots are unsuitable because of their huge size. This paper describes our efforts to develop a mini-size search robot to address challenges stated above. Existing System: Most of the robots are too huge and heavy to carry out search tasks in some narrow areas of city such as narrow aisles of buildings or pipelines of factories. To avoids this mini-size search robot is designed. Proposed System: This paper focuses on the design and implementation of a mini-size search robot, which is novel and could be extremely valuable as a search platform to carry out such tasks as searching some narrow areas of city and chassis of vehicle for detection of hazardous or dangerous materials. The robot has a small and solid structure with tracks. A modular electronic system has been developed for the robot, and a friendly human-robot interface has been designed to provide an effective communication between the robot and its operator. In order to utilize the hardware of the robot, a modular, simple yet robust supervision system has been developed for the robot, and a realtime and reliable video transmission architecture has been built to facilitate the teleoperation of the robot. Experimental results both in the building and field show that the robot could achieve the design goal.
  2. 2. BLOCK DIAGRAM Control Unit:
  3. 3. Robot Section: Power supply Motor Driver R AT89C51 O Microcontroller B Motor Driver CCTV O T
  4. 4. Hardware Requirements:  8051Microcontroller  Zigbee Tranceiver  Relay Driver  Robot Mechanism  CCTV Camera Software Requirements:  Embedded C  Keil C Compiler Advantages:  It can search in narrow areas for detection of dangerous materials.  Less hardware and cost to construct the robot.

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