Remote Control of a Mobile Robot for Indoor Patrol
AbstractThis study applies smartphone, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi wireless network to control a wheeled mobile robot (WMR) remotely. The first part of this study demonstrates that the WMR can be controlled manually by a smartphone. The smartphone can remotely control the WMR for forward, backward, left-turn, and right-turn operations. The second part of this article presents object tracking. The WMR can follow a moving object through the use of image processing for object tracking and distance detection. In the third part, infrared sensor and fuzzy system algorithms are integrated into the control scheme. Through wall-following and obstacle-avoidance control, the WMR can successfully perform indoor patrol. View Full-Text
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Juang, S.-Y.; Juang, J.-G. Remote Control of a Mobile Robot for Indoor Patrol. Appl. Sci. 2016, 6, 82.
Juang S-Y, Juang J-G. Remote Control of a Mobile Robot for Indoor Patrol. Applied Sciences. 2016; 6(3):82.Chicago/Turabian Style
Juang, Shih-Yao; Juang, Jih-Gau. 2016. "Remote Control of a Mobile Robot for Indoor Patrol." Appl. Sci. 6, no. 3: 82.
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