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Intelligent Autonomous Service Providing Robot based on ARM7 (IASPR) Intelligent Autonomous Service Providing Robot based on ARM7

One of the most recognizable forms of intelligent systems is robotics, though the issues in intelligent robots are common to other types of intelligent systems. Use of robots is growing both on Earth and in space, in large part due to increased capacity for machine intelligence. In industry, as in space exploration, acceptance of robotics requires very high reliability. Robot is defined as a mechanical design that is capable of performing human tasks or behaving in a human-like manner. From the industry and space we propose to bring the advancements of science in everyday life and arrange robots for commercial domestic uses. Robots are comprised of several systems working together as a whole. Our Intelligent Autonomous Service Providing Robot (IASPR) will act as a service provider that will serve the guests at home and in parties and can also double up as a moving office records and files keeper. The type of job the robot does dictate what system elements it needs. Robots can operate by remote control or autonomously. It is capable of demonstrating an array of applications. Our Robot can move around on wheels/Chain depending on the drive chosen. This IASPR will be able to work in 2 modes. 1. Auto Mode or Line following Mode. In the former case the IASPR will be following a line of a particular color (Black in our project), in the sense a Line Following Robot. 2. Manual or Remote control mode. This Remote Control Based service provider can also be moved/ controlled using a remote control that is mainly transmitter based and will employ a Joystick or a plain remote. Remote control sends information as decided by the human operator. Our IASPR will also have the feature to stop and start when ever there is an obstruction in the way or when some user places his hands in front of it in a bid to stop its movement. Whenever an obstacle is detected the IASPR will stop for a pre-defined amount of time and will keep checking for the obstacle removal. Once the obstacle is removed the system will again provide a delay and then start its predefined journey. Page 1 of 4

 Dc Motor control mechanism.apsis-solutions. Further the system can also be controlled through the voice commands at the base station.  Receiver work function. Further when the IASPR needs to be refilled with the fresh load of food items (to be distributed) a message can be sent from the wireless transmitter and the IASPR will detect its Base by searching for the RFID Card on the track (pre-laid at the base). Start b. Stop c.  Remote control mechanism through micro Page 2 of 4 . The switches will be providing the feature of controlling the wings which inturn will be carrying Spoons and will house a dustbin inside. This is accomplished by installing a RFID reader on the base of the IASPR. www. This project will facilitate the understanding of the following topics:  NXPs LPC2148 Hardware Designing  Coding in C  Encoding the data  Interrupt and polling methodologies  PCB designing and concepts  UART and Wireless interface  Visual Basic interface with COM Port  Controlling and driving mechanism of Relays to control External Devices. Commands can be like: a.Intelligent Autonomous Service Providing Robot based on ARM7 (IASPR) When the IASPR is halted it also enables the usage of some of the switches on board. Refill etc.

Intelligent Autonomous Service Providing Robot based on ARM7 (IASPR) BLOCK DIAGRAM: Personal Computer at Base station Mic and soundcard assortment Max 232 Encoder HT12E 89C51 Wireless Transmitter Remote control At Transmitter side Fig1: Depicts the block diagram of transmitter side of IASPR Page 3 of 4 .apsis-solutions.

Intelligent Autonomous Service Providing Robot based on ARM7 (IASPR) Front Obstacle detection HT12D Decoder Switches For opening and closing of wings ARM7 Processor LPC2148 Wireless Receiver Signal Conditioning (if required) ULN2003 and Relay Circuit IR Transmitters and IR receiver for line following Motor and chain arrangement Motors for the Side wings At Receiver or vehicle side Fig2: Depicts the block diagram of Receiver side of IASPR Page 4 of 4 .