Design and Fabrication of surveillance robot by using klanns mechanism
R Ranjith kumar, B. Mahesh, Y.Hari krishna, U.Ganesh, P.Sanath surya
Klann Mechanism, Walking Robot
This paper, discuss the development of a linkage-based amphibian legged robot for exploration and surveillance tasks. The klann’s mechanism can access to places where the wheels cannot be used and it is even capable to travel any terrain and harmful places where the people con not work or travel like nuclear plants mining etc. It is very useful to patrolling purpose in army. It’s like we want to merge the both trajectory of walking and climbing into one trajectory so it can perform both the motions in needed. Design to mimic the moment of arachnids, this robot build s upon the ingenuity of the klann’s mechanism. This system uses a motor setup paired to linkages which in turn accurate legs in synchrony. Its remote-control operation enables the operator to control this robot wirelessly
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 11

Page(s): 1062 - 1067
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