Robo Car for Military Application
Gitanjali Suresh1, Nidhi Poddar2, Lavanya M3, Suganya S4, Venkateswaran K5
1Gitanjali Suresh*, Dept. of Electronics and Communication CMR Institute of Technology Bangalore, India.
2Nidhi Poddar, Dept. of Electronics and Communication CMR Institute of Technology Bangalore, India.
3Lavanya M, Dept. of Electronics and Communication CMR Institute of Technology Bangalore, India.
4Suganya S, Dept. of Electronics and Communication CMR Institute of Technology Bangalore, India.
5Venkateswaran K, Dept. of Electronics and Communication CMR Institute of Technology Bangalore, India.
Manuscript received on September 16, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 24 September, 2019. | Manuscript published on October 10, 2019. | PP: 1968-1974 | Volume-8 Issue-12, October 2019. | Retrieval Number: L29071081219/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.L2907.1081219
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Abstract: Military and battlefield applications are in an accelerated pace due to its demand fueled by government investment. In this paper a modern approach is presented for surveillance at border and remote areas using multifunctional robot based on Bluetooth technology and ARM Cortex M4. It will control both an autonomous and manually controlled robots using wireless technologies. The applications of this multisensory robot is used to detect human, bombs and metallic weapons at remote and war field areas and share the live feed and the location to the operator. Instead of having people get close to hazards such as unattended objects robots are used. An autonomous operation is performed to control using ultrasonic sensor acting as an obstacle detector. In this paper the robotic vehicle is designed for reconnaissance as well as surveillance under certain circumstances. The use of ARM Cortex M4 as the main controller helps in tight integration of system peripherals thereby reducing area and development costs in comparison with existing conventional wireless security robots.
Keywords: UGV, ARM Cortex M4, Surveillance, Metal Detection, Embedded Systems, Bluetooth
Scope of the Article: Robotics Engineering