UNMANNED ARMED GROUND VEHICLE
Author(s):
Venkata Krishna, Y.B.PRAKASH REDDY, Y.SIVA ARAVIND SAI, Dr.D.Rukmani Devi
Keywords:
Zigbee; metal detection Sensors; robotic vehicle.
Abstract
Robotics has been a staple of advanced manufacturing for over half a century. As robots and their peripheral equipment become more sophisticated, reliable and miniaturized, these systems are increasingly being utilized for military and law enforcement purposes. Mobile robotics plays an increasingly important role in military matters, from patrol to dealing with potential explosives. With suitable sensors and cameras to perform different missions, mobile robots are operated remotely for reconnaissance patrol and relay back video images to an operator. With the development of modern technology such as zigbee technology aims to exchange data wirelessly at a short distance using radio wave transmission comprising features to create ease, perception and controllability. This paper presents a modern approach for surveillance at remote and border areas using multifunctional robot based on zigbee technology used in defense and military applications. The robotic vehicle works both as a manually controlled vehicle using zigbee as communication medium. This robotic vehicle has ability to substitute the solider at border areas to provide surveillance. The robotic vehicle works by manually controlling robotic vehicle by using zigbee as communication medium. And this multisensory robot is mainly used to detect bomb, defense soldier and it can act as a spy robot.
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 147710

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 10

Page(s): 272 - 277
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