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Underwater robot

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Underwater robot

  1. 1. We Present You..
  2. 2. INDIAN INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT BY : MECOTRIX TEAM
  3. 3. Customer Needs..
  4. 4. o COLLECTING UNDER WATER SAMPLES. o DETECTING POISONOUS GASES. o WATER POLLUTION CONTROL IN PORTS. o BLOCKAGE DETECTION IN DRAINAGES. o DOMESTIC SPYING (in a FISH TANK). o CATCHING FISHES.
  5. 5. o LEAKAGE DETECTION IN DEEP SEA OIL PIPES. o RECOVERING LOST OBJECTS. o CLEANING TANK. o MONITORING POPULATION AND GROWTH OF EXTINCT AND ENDANGERED UNDER WATER SPECIES.
  6. 6. Vision..
  7. 7. Developing A Design For Diving Into An Unknown Water-body To Explore It’s Human Accessibility With An Application Specific (Chemical Or Electronic) Processing Unit .Developing A Prototype For 10 Feet Water Tank And Thereby Proposing A Design For Real-time Applications (“Trench”).
  8. 8. ADAPTIVE DESIGN…. This Is An Adaptive Design Wherein We Have Incorporated The Main Features Of The Following Existing Designs.
  9. 9. It can hover in a place like a helicopter -- an invaluable tool for deep water oil explorers, marine archaeologists, oceanographers and others. Odyssey IV
  10. 10. “Waldo a torpedo-like six and a half-foot long robot with sensors that detect both oil and chemical dispersants to protect the area against encroaching oil plumes.”
  11. 11. Design Methodology..
  12. 12. Some More Adaptive Designs
  13. 13. Product Features..
  14. 14. • Aquabot Imbibes Bio-mimicry With Robotics. • It Has A Stream-lined Shape, With Fin-like Structures For Changing Direction. • It Can Dive Upto A Depth Of 10 Feet (With Provision For Greater Depths In The Proposed Design). • Aquabot Can View Upto 3 Feet Using High Resolution Digital Camera. • It Has A Provision For Including An Application SPECIFIC PROCESSING Unit(for E.G. Chemical Processing Unit For Poisonous Gas Detection).
  15. 15. Functional Flow Block Diagram..
  16. 16. LCD TRANSCEIVER TRANSCEIVER MICRO CONTROLLER AQUABOT USER (JOYSTICK) WIRELESSWIRELESSWIRELESS MASTER CONTROL CAMERA WIRED CONTROL
  17. 17. Structure Mechanism..
  18. 18. • Basically the movement of the under water robot will be controlled by the user which can be wireless or wired which depends upon the need at particular instant. • It will be consisting a thrust generating pump which will be used for translation motion and can be converted in any direction by using directional fins. HIGH LEVEL OBJECTIVE PLANNING 4th LEVEL GENERATION OF ACTION PLAN 3rd LEVEL BASIC ACTION CONTROL 2nd LEVEL GENERATION OF REFERANCES LOW LEVEL VELOCITY CONTROL TACTICAL LEVEL BASIC CONTROL LEVEL STRATEGY LEVEL CONTROL ARCHITECTURE
  19. 19. • For cleaning and collection of samples we are going to add a suction pump which can suck dirt, algae and samples according to need area. • The robot will have a camera that can help user to know the under water position and can help robot in movement • The wireless control technology will be Radio Frequency control or by DTMF (Interfacing Two Mobile and using GSM technology for Control Of Movement.
  20. 20.  A Fish Like Structure, Powered By Microcontroller.  High Resolution Camera With 2*pi Radian Visibility (One Degree Of Freedom).  Wireless Motion Control And Image Transmission.
  21. 21. FAULT ANALYSIS IN SOPHISTICATED UNDERWATER SYSTEMS(LIKE GEOTHERMAL POWER PROJECTS) CAPTURING HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGES OF DEEP WATER FLORA AND FAUNA Temperature Measurement. Diving into unknown water body (“Trench”) explore human accessibility
  22. 22. Cost And Component Estimation
  23. 23. S No. Types Of Components Price 1. Microcontroller 8 or 16 bit 500 2. Motors –Stepper And D.C Motor 1500 3. LCD 900 4. RF Transmitter and Receiver/DTMF(Required Two Mobile phones) 500-2000 5. Camera 1000 6. Printed Circuit Board With Components 2500 7. Joystick 100 8. Outer Body Raw Materials 2000 9. Program Burner 2000 10. Batteries 500
  24. 24. Team Members • Harshit Srivastava • Shiva • Sagarika Mohanty • Ravindra Kumar • Rajmohan • Santhosh • Venkat

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