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  1. 1. CELL PHONE ORIENTED ROBOTIC VEHICLE Department of Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering ITER, Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan University, Bhubaneswar 5/24/2016 PRESENTED BY GROUP NO:11 EIE -B Reema Rani 1241015024 Sudeshna Baliarsingh 1241015137 Ruby Kumari 1241015138 Jayanti Sahoo 1241015139 Kishan Bharadwaj 1241015143 Amit Ranjan Badaik 1351015002 1Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  2. 2. INDEX 1. Motivation 2. Objective 3. Problem Statement 4. Literature Survey 5. Process Followed 6. Introduction 7. Block Diagram 8. Circuit Diagram 9. Methodology 10. Components 11. Model 12. Advantages 13. Disadvantages 14. Future application 15. Result 16. Conclusion 17. Reference 5/24/2016 2Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  3. 3. MOTIVATION • Cell phone is not only device to communicate with other persons. It is very much useful to communicate and command the machine also. • In this busy schedule, man can get his work accomplished through a robot even in his physical absence from any place through SMS using a cell phone. • This product has many applications in medical as well as industrial and defence system. • Robot can travel to all those places where it is not possible for a human to evolve. 5/24/2016 3Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  4. 4. OBJECTIVE OF THE PROJECT • The objective of this project is to control and operate the robot with the help of cell phone through SMS technique. • To provide the advantages of robust control, working range as large as the coverage area of the service provider with no interference with other controllers . 5/24/2016 4Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  5. 5. PROBLEM STATEMENT • Conventionally, wireless-controlled robots use RF circuits, which have the drawbacks of limited working range, limited frequency range and limited control. • So we developed a product which is user friendly as well as robust in controlling with wider working range and faster operating speed. 5/24/2016 Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle 5
  6. 6. LITERATURE SURVEY  Points suggested by [1] GSM based Robotic Car by Awab Fakih, Jovita Serrao  Conventionally, wireless-controlled robots use RF circuits, which have the drawbacks of limited working range, limited frequency range and limited control.  Use of a mobile phone for robotic control can overcome these limitations.  It provides the advantages of robust control, working range as large as the coverage area of the service provider, no interference with other controllers and up to twelve controls.  A remote control vehicle (RCV) is often a radio controlled device which is always controlled by a human and takes no positive action autonomously. 5/24/2016 6Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  7. 7. 5/24/2016 Points suggested by [2] Design Analysis of a Remote Controlled “Pick and Place”Robotic Vehicle 1B.O.Omijeh, 2R.Uhunmwangho, 3M.Ehikhamenle 1,2,3Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering, University of Port Harcourt.  A typical Robotic Vehicle is capable of traveling over various terrains and traversing obstacles. In one embodiment, the design in this work, includes a body having four drive wheels coupled to the ends . The wheels are selectively powered to propel the vehicle. The use of Robots is highly recommended for Industries especially for safety and productivity reasons. 7Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  8. 8. 5/24/2016 Process Followed 1 3 Project Report, Presentation and Final Product Testing and Improvement Physical Prototype Analytical and Numerical Model Solutions Design for Manufacture, Assembly and Environment Product Metric Model Product Embodiment Concept Selection Concept Generation Product Architecture Engineering Specification Function Decomposition Customer Needs Recognition 8Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  9. 9. INTRODUCTION • Cell phone is not only a device to communicate with other persons but it is very much useful to communicate and command the machine also. • The appearance and capabilities of the robot vary vastly but they share the feature of mechanical and movable structure under some form of control, as this robot is being controlled by giving a SMS by our mobile phone. • The robot prototype has mainly three phases: 1) Perception 2) Processing 3) Action 5/24/2016 9Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  10. 10. BLOCK DIAGRAM 5/24/2016 10Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  11. 11. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM 5/24/2016 11Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  12. 12. H-BRIDGE 5/24/2016 12Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  13. 13. METHODOLOGY 5/24/2016 13Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  14. 14. COMPONENTS WITH SPECIFICATION SERIEL NO. COMPONENTS QUANTITY SPECIFICATION 1 GSM Modem, SIM900A 1 Quad Band GSM Modem 850MHz-1850Mhz 2 Microcontroller 1 Flash Memory 4kb on Chip ROM 128bytes Internal RAM,32 I/O Pins 3 Battery 1 12 V ,7 amp, Lithium Battery 4 PCB 4 FR -4 Family Thickness:0.200” 5 LED 8 Red &Green 2volts,40mA 6 Diode 5 Unidirectional, 1N4007, Vf=1.1 V 7 Resistor 11 6NOS 1Kohm 5NOS 10 kohm 8 Transistor 04 BC548,NPN 9 Relay 4 12 volt dc 5/24/2016 14Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  15. 15. 10 Motor 4 Brushless,12V,7A, 200RPM 11 Wheels 4 _ 12 SIM card 1 Sun board, airtel 13 Connecting wires APR Links Components 14 Chassis 1 Provides Strength Product 15 Zero Board 1 Increase performance 16 Cutter 1 To cut wires 17 Soldering Machine 1 _ 18 Capacitor 06 10uf,100uf,4 nos 1uf 19 Voltage Regulator 01 LM7805 5/24/2016 15Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  16. 16. MODEL 5/24/2016 16Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  17. 17. 5/24/2016 17Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  18. 18. OVERALL VEIW OF THE PROJECT 5/24/2016 18Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  19. 19. ADVANTAGES 5/24/2016 1. Faster operating speed 2. Less Human Effort 3. Safety Ensured 4. Reliable 5. Low Maintenance Cost 6. No socio- economic issues 7.Eco Friendly and No adverse effect on society 19Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  20. 20. DISADVANTAGE 5/24/2016 1. Starting Investment is High. 2. Difficult to operate at low network zone. 3. Customer’s knowledge is required. 4. SMS is deleted from GSM each time. 5. If in rare case due to malfunctioning of network, the robot will move in the previous received command. 20Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  21. 21. APPLICATIONS • Cargo handling, loading and distribution. • Retail servicing. • Hotel room services. • Patient monitoring i.e. carrying medicine. 5/24/2016 21Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  22. 22. FUTURE APPLICATIONS • We can detect the position of enemies by arranging a wireless camera to the robotic vehicle. • We can use the robot for disposing hidden landmines. • Can be used for spying. • If better sensors are used, permits the robot to be more aware of its environment, to communicate with human operators more readily. 5/24/2016 22Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  23. 23. RESULT AND DISCUSSION •This product is user friendly, cell phone operated-robotic vehicle include wireless controlling provisioning and surveillance system, 3G-technology-based vehicle navigation, and limitless operational range based on the network of the cell phone. •Thus by developing a cell phone operated robotic car, we have over come the drawbacks of the conventionally used RF circuits. This includes advantages such as robust control, minimal interference and a large working range. 5/24/2016 23Cellphone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  24. 24. CONCLUSION • Easy to operate. • Less waiting time. • Easy to move. • No issues with working range. • Over come the drawbacks of the conventionally used RF circuits. 5/24/2016 24Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
  25. 25. REFERENCES [1] GSM based Robotic Car by Awab Fakih, Jovita Serrao [2] Design Analysis of a Remote Controlled “Pick and Place” Robotic Vehicle 1B.O.Omijeh, 2R.Uhunmwangho, 3M.Ehikhamenle 1,2,3Department of Electrical/Electronic Engineering, University of Port Harcourt. [3]Edwin Wise, Robotics Demystified (Mc-Graw Hill, 2005) and V. Subramanyam, Electric Drives (Mc-Graw Hill, 1996). [4]K. J. Ayala, 8051 Microcontroller (Delmar Learning, Thomson, 3rd Edition) [5] Cell phone operated land rover Electronics For You’ Magazine , Edition (july 2008). [6] S. A. Nasar, I. Boldea, Electric Drives (CRC/Taylor and Francis, 2006) [7] Schenker, L (1960), "Pushbutton Calling with a Two-Group Voice- Frequency Code", The Bell system technical journal 39 (1): 235–255, ISSN 0005-8580 5/24/2016 25Cell Phone Oriented Robotic Vehicle
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