DUAL MODE MOBILE SURVEILLANCE ROBOT

Oluwaseun Martins, A Adetoye Aribisala, O. Hezekiah Adeyemi, A. A. Adekunle, A Olatunde Oyelaran,

Abstract


The dependability of mobile robot to accomplishment of insistent tasks such as surveillance as continue to promote it real-world application. Propulsion of mobile robot can be legged of wheeled. Whereas the wheeled propelled mobile robot has been said to be the most applied category of mobile robots, mono-mode mobility control is apparent in literature. Therefore, the present work describes the methodology for development of dual mode mobility control for mobile surveillance robot. The default mode is the autonomous mode. Three HC-SR501 PIR sensor at different location on the robot detects the presence of humans within it range corresponding to a HIGH logic level. This logic level is processed by the ATmega328 microcontroller on the Arduino UNO R3. The output command controls the wheel DC motors to turn and the MG90S servo motor rotates the LED night vision camera in the direction of the sensed human for image capture. Real-time transmission of visual and audio is done through the wireless camera receiver and TV tuner card. The HC-SR04 ultrasonic sensor attached to the SG90 servo motor scans the environment for real-time obstacle avoidance. A remote-control panel was developed for the remote-control mode of the robot through RF 434 MHz. The experiment of the design shows that the drawback with mono-mode platforms such as Wi-Fi, Internet, Bluetooth, Voice recognition and ZigBee as presented in literature is insignificant. For future work, the incorporation of path planning competence will improve the performance and application of the robot.   


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