IEEE 2019-2020 Robotics Projects

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Abstract: System architecture is considered a fundamental element in the development of large and complex electrical systems. This is because a good architecture assures that the system fulfills and will fulfill after future upgrades all required quality demands. In addition to the well-designed architecture, the development of such systems today requires agile methods, especially when it comes to the development of software. This is mostly to assure quality and fast innovations cycles reaching customers early and directly incorporating their feedback into the development process. In order to coordinate the work of many agile teams in large organizations, it is usually necessary to employ frameworks for scaling agile development. One such frameworks is SAF (Scaled Agile Framework) proven to work in many industries. Despite dedicating roles to the development of the system architecture at all organizational levels (e.g., System and Solution Architects), SAF does not recognize the need for holistic architectural teams responsible for assuring that all architectural decisions are made in the best interest of the entire system. In this paper, we discuss the organization, responsibility and collaboration between such architecture teams – the Complete System Architects – and System/Solution Architects in SAF. The results are based on the ongoing agile transformation at Volvo Cars based on SAF.

The growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) over the last five years has been sizeable. The scale of changes has ranged from connected domestic appliances to connected cities; the scope for IoT has expanded. Most of the major vendors; including Google, Amazon, and Microsoft, now offer various devices to control aspects of homes. The issues surrounding IoT devices include security, vendors have not considered security when creating the devices and most users do not consider security when connecting the devices to home networks. This research focuses on an example of malware that attacks Raspberry Pi devices on the internet. The paper discusses the severity of a large-scale attack performed on the Internet of Things (IoT). A honeypot set up to capture different forms of malware obtained multiple samples from several unrelated IP addresses without any regular pattern. This paper addresses an analysis of the malware and how it infects new devices across the internet. The results show that the mis configuration of Pi based IoT devices can lead to exploitation very rapidly and that malware can spread easily across a network, to infect all devices on the network.

Abstract: Autonomous driving carries the promise to drastically reduce the number of car accidents; however, recently reported fatal crashes involving self-driving cars show this important goal is not yet achieved, and call for better testing of the software controlling self-driving cars. To better test self driving car software, we propose to specifically test critical scenarios. Since these are difficult to test in field operation, we create simulations of critical situations. These simulations are automatically derived from natural language police reports of actual car crashes, which are available in historical datasets. Our initial evaluation shows that we can generate accurate simulations in a matter of minutes

Abstract—In order to study the car-following behavior of coach bus in urban roads, naturalistic driving experiments were carried out in urban roads. The data of the vehicle itself and the surrounding traffic environment were obtained during the car-following state. Vehicle speed, lane position, vehicle type, relative speed, relative distance were collected. The variation of the car-following distance was analyzed. For the coach bus in urban road, the car-following distance was log normal distribution. With the increase of the self-vehicle speed, the car-following distance gradually increased and the distribution range of the car-following distance gradually increased. When the leading vehicle was a coach bus, the average car-following distance was 20.00 meters. When the leading vehicle was a passage car, the average car-following distance was 25.77 meters. As the lane position of the vehicle was different, the car-following distance also showed a certain difference.

Abstract—Locating objects of daily use is a strenuous task for the visually impaired. The objective of this paper is to design a smart glove by using Deep Neural Networks (DNN) and object tracking algorithm which will guide the hand of the visually impaired to the desired object in an indoor environment. The smart glove has five micro-vibrating motors, each one used to guide the user’s hand in five different directions namely, forward, upward, downward, rightward and leftward. The palm of the glove has a Universal Serial Bus (USB) camera which feeds the real-time video to the Raspberry Pi for processing. The camera also has an inbuilt microphone. The user vocally commands the system to identify the desired object. The camera then detects the object using DNN. Once the object is tagged, object tracking begins. Based on the relative position of the camera and the object, the micro-vibrating motors vibrate accordingly to guide the users hand in the required direction. An additional feature which is incorporated includes differentiation of similar objects by color.

IEEE ROBOTICS PROJECTS (2019-2020)

S.NO ROBOTICS BASED PROJECTS LIST SYNOPSIS
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DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF PICK AND PLACE ROBOT USING VOICE & GESTURE RECOGNITION
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2
ROBOTIC SPEED BUMPS IN SWEDEN MAY BE THE ANSWER TO RECKLESS DRIVING
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3
DEVELOPMENT OF DATA ACQUISITION ROBOT FOR TOXIC ENVIROMENTAL MONITORING USING WSN – KROTO FINDER
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4
FABRICATION OF AUTOMATIC WASTE SEPERATION MODEL
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5
A ROBOT THAT APPROACHES PEDESTRIANS
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6
LIVE HUMAN DETECTING ROBOT FOR EARTHQUAKE RESCUE OPERATION USING GSM AND GPS
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7
SMART PHONE OPERATED MULTIPURPOSE AGRICULTURAL ROBOTIC VEHICLE – AGRIBOT
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8
LOWER LIMB POWERED EXOSKELETON FOR PARAPLEGIC PEOPLE ASSISTING IN THEIR WALKING AUGMENTATION USING FLEX SENSOR AND ACCELEROMETER
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9
DEVELOPMENT OF HAPTIC ROBOTIC ARM USING FLEX SENSOR AND ACCELEROMETER
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10
PC CONTROLELD UNMANNED FIGHTER (WAR TANKER OR HELICOPTER)
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11
KROTO FINDER
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12
HAPTIC ROBOTIC ARM
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13
QUAD HELICOPTER
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14
PC BASED SMALL UNIT UNMANNED VEHICLE FOR TODAY’S ARMY
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15
LIINE FOLLOWING ROBOT WITH FORK LIFT
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16
WALL PAINTING ROBOT
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17
WHITE BOARD CLEANING ROBOT
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18
INTELLEGENT COMBACT ROBOT FOR MILITARY OPERATIONS
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19
OBJECT AVOIDING ROBOT USING ULTRASONIC SENSOR
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20
AUTOMATIC VOICE PRONOUNCEMENT BASED ROBOT FIRE PSYCHOANALYTIC SYSTEM
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21
CELL PHONE OPERATED LAND ROVER
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22
LIGHT/LINE AND DTMF SIGNAL FOLLOWING INTELLEGENT ROBOT
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23
AUTO GUIDED VEHICAL WITH MATERIAL HANDLING AND OBSTACLE DETECTION
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24
CONTROLLING ROBOTIC ARM WITH ETHERNET
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FLEX SENSOR OPERATED ROBOTIC ARM
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STAIRCASE CLIMBING ROBOT
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WALK AND TALK ROBOT
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ROPE CLIMBING ROBO WITH SURVAILLANCE CAPABILITY
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LAND MINE DETECTING ROBOTIC VEHICLE
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OBSTACLE AVOIDANCE ROBOTIC VEHICLE
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EMBEDDED INTELLIGENT CAPABILITY OF A MODULAR ROBOTIC SYSTEM
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FIRE EXTINGUISING OR FIRE FIGHTING ROBOTIC VEHICLE WITH RF TECHNOLOGY
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33
MULTIPLE INTERFACE SECURITY ROBOT
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34
DEVELOPMENT OF AUTOMATIC WASTE SEGREGGATOR
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PIPE INSPECTION ROBOT
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AUTOMATIC VOICE ANNOUNCEMENT BASED ROBOT FIRE ANALYSIS SYSTEM
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37
WHEEL CHAIR FOR DISABLED PERSON USING ROBOT
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38
IVRS SYSTEM BASED MOBILE CONTROLLING ROBOT
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SPY ROBOT WITH BOMB DETECTION AND IMAGE MONITORING
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INDUSTRIAL HAZARDOUS GAS LEAKAGE DETECTION AND INFORMATION SYSTEM USING INTELLIGENT ROBOT
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3 – AXIS CONTROLLED ROBOT
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IMAGE / VIDEO CAPTURING AND PC TELECASTING ROBOT
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SOLAR OPERATED ROBOT
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DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF OBSTACLE SENSING AND OBJECT GUIDING ROBOT
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ROBOTIC ARM CONTROL THROUGH INTERNET OR LAN FOR PATIENT SURGERY
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DHS Informatics believes in students’ stratification, we first brief the students about the technologies and type of Robotics projects and other domain projects. After complete concept explanation of the IEEE Robotics projects, students are allowed to choose more than one IEEE Robotics projects for functionality details. Even students can pick one project topic from Robotics and another two from other domains like Robotics, image process, information forensic, big data, and Robotics, block chain etc. DHS Informatics is a pioneer institute in Bangalore / Bengaluru; we are supporting project works for other institute all over India. We are the leading final year project centre in Bangalore / Bengaluru and having office in five different main locations Jayanagar, Yelahanka, Vijayanagar, RT Nagar & Indiranagar.

We allow the ECE, CSE, ISE final year students to use the lab and assist them in project development work; even we encourage students to get their own idea to develop their final year projects for their college submission.

DHS Informatics first train students on project related topics then students are entering into practical sessions. We have well equipped lab set-up, experienced faculties those who are working in our client projects and friendly student coordinator to assist the students in their college project works.

We appreciated by students for our Latest IEEE projects & concepts on final year Robotics projects for ECE, CSE, and ISE departments.

Latest IEEE 2019-2020 projects on Robotics with real time concepts which are implemented using Java, MATLAB, and NS2 with innovative ideas. Final year students of computer Robotics, computer science, information science, electronics and communication can contact our corporate office located at Jayanagar, Bangalore for Robotics project details.

ROBOTICS

A robot is a reprogrammable, multifunctional manipulator designed to move material, parts, tools or specialized devices through variable programmed motions for the performance of a variety of task.
It is the branch of engineering and science that includes mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, computer science, and others. Robotics deals with the design, construction, operation, and use of robots as well as computer systems for their control, sensory feedback, and information processing.
In the field of agriculture, various operations for handling heavy material are performed. For example, in vegetable cropping, workers should handle heavy vegetables in the harvest season.

what exactly is a robot?

It is a system that contains sensors, control systems, manipulators, power supplies and software all working together to perform a task. Designing, building, programming and testing a robots is a combination of physics, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, structural engineering, mathematics and computing.
In some cases biology, medicine, chemistry might also be involved. A study of robotics means that students are actively engaged with all of these disciplines in a deeply problem-posing problem-solving environment.

As strange as it might seem, there really is no standard definition for a robot. However, there are some essential characteristics that a robot must have and this might help you to decide what is and what is not a robot. It will also help you to decide what features you will need to build into a machine before it can count as a robot.

A robot has these essential characteristics

  • Sensing First of all your robot would have to be able to sense its surroundings. It would do this in ways that are not unsimilar to the way that you sense your surroundings. Giving your robot sensors: light sensors (eyes), touch and pressure sensors (hands), chemical sensors (nose), hearing and sonar sensors (ears), and taste sensors (tongue) will give your robot awareness of its environment
  • Movement A robot needs to be able to move around its environment. Whether rolling on wheels, walking on legs or propelling by thrusters a robot needs to be able to move. To count as a robot either the whole robot moves, like the Sojourner or just parts of the robot moves
  • Energy A robot needs to be able to power itself. A robot might be solar powered, electrically powered, battery powered. The way your robot gets its energy will depend on what your robot needs to do.
  • • Intelligence A robot needs some kind of “smarts.” This is where programming enters the pictures. A programmer is the person who gives the robot its ‘smarts.’ The robot will have to have some way to receive the program so that it knows what it is to do.

Robotics Design Process

Defining the Problem
  • identifying the purpose of a construction
  • identifying specific requirements
Researching and Designing
  • gathering information
  • identifying specific details of the design which must be satisfied
  • identifying possible and alternative design solutions
  • planning and designing a appropriate structure which includes drawings
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Gathering Information

1.What is the practical function of the design? (What must my robot do?)
    A design’s practical functions can include:
  • movement How will the robot move within its environment? If it were put in a different environment, would it still be able to move within this new space?
  • manipulation How will the robot move or manipulate other objects within its environment? Can a single robot move or manipulate more than one kind of object?
  • energy How is the robot powered? Can it have more than one energy source?
  • intelligence How does the robot “think?” What does it mean to say that a robot “thinks?”
  • sensing How will my robot “know” or figure out what’s in its environment? If it were put in a different environment, would it be able to figure out this new environment

2. What part does appearance (shape and form, surface texture, colour, etc.) play in the design’s function? What does the robot look like? Is there a reason for it to look as it does?

    • Shape and form are important to a design’s aesthetic qualities, ergonomics, strength, stability, rigidity, safety
    Surface texture, finish and colour can be appropriate to a design’s:aesthetic qualities, mechanical, optical and thermal properties, durability, etc.

3. What materials are suitable for the design?

    The properties of a material will determine its suitability for a design. For our work with robotics we have chosen to work with LegoT™. However, there are many different types of materials that can be and are used in the construction of robots.

 

 

  • strength, hardness, toughness, density
  • durability
  • and the aesthetic qualities determined by colour, surface texture, pattern, etc.

 

The materials cost and availability are also important factors.4. What construction methods are appropriate to the design?

    Construction techniques fall into the categories of:

 

 

  • cutting and shaping
  • fabrication – the assembly of the parts using screws, bolts, glues, solder, etc
  • moulding – by the application of a force on the material
  • casting – using a mould to form the shape of a solidifying material

 

A particular material can only be worked in a limited number of ways. The method of construction therefore will be determined by the chosen material, the availability of manufacturing facilities, the skills of the work force and the production costs.5. What are the likely social and environmental effects of the design?

    • The manufacture, use and disposal of any product will have both beneficial and detrimental effects upon people, wildlife and the environment.
    The designer therefore, has an enormous responsibility to consider very carefully the potential effects of any new design. This will include: health and safety factors, noise, smell, pollution, etc.

 

Gathering information can involve reading, listening, conducting interviews and observing.
A specification is a detailed description of the problem to be solved. It should ‘spell out’ exactly what the design must achieve.

Creating a Prototype

  • testing the design
  • troubleshooting the design

You should ideally think of at least three different ways to solve the problem before you concentrate on any one in particular. Sketches and notes are required at this stage. You can also create prototypes using lego for this step. Once you have created a lego prototype, take a digital picture of it. Print out the picture and jot your notes below the picture in your log book. Once you have settled on one solution, go back over the list of specifications you have made. Make sure that each specification is satisfied.

Construction work can now begin

Programming and Testing your Robot

Now it is time to program your robot. This can be achieved in many different ways. Use can achieve rudimentary intelligence in your robot by using only relays, potentiometers, bump switches and some discrete components. You can increase complexity in intelligence in your robot by adding more sensors and continuing in the same vein of using hardwired logic. By introducing a more sophisticated control element, the microprocessor, you introduce a significant new tool in solving the robot control problem.

Once you have written your program and downloaded into the RCX brick using the Infrared Sender, it is time to test your robot to see if it truly does what you want it to do.

Evaluating your Robot

  • evaluate the design
  • evaluate the planning process

As building and programming work progresses, and the design begins to take shape, you will automatically carry out tests on the design. You will also need to complete systems tests at various stages of the construction. If any of the tests show that you have failure in a joint, or that part of your structure is not meeting specifications, then you will have to make modifications in your plan.

DEVELOPMENT OF ANDROID BASED GENERAL PURPOSE ATONOMOUS MOBILE ROBOT FOR AGRICULTURURAL USAGE – AGRIBOT

This robotic vehicle is an agricultural machine of a considerable power and great soil clearing capacity. This multipurpose system gives an advance method to sow, plow, water and cut the crops with minimum man power and labor making it an efficient vehicle.
The machine will cultivate the farm by considering particular rows and specific column at fixed distance depending on crop. Moreover the vehicle can be controlled through Bluetooth medium using a Android smart phone. The whole process calculation, processing, monitoring are designed with motors & components interfaced with microcontroller.

DEVELOPMENT OF DATA ACQUISITION ROBOT FOR TOXIC ENVIROMENTAL MONITORING USING WSN – KROTO FINDER

This project is mainly implemented for industrial applications. Mainly for detecting the damages inside the oil pipe that cannot be detected by human beings. Kroto is the Greek word meaning to crack. Inside the pipe, there is very heavy temperature, pressure and toxic gases.
So we are implementing a robot that have a camera, temperature sensor, pressure sensor etc which is used to detect the crack and conditions inside the pipe. This data from all the high precision sensors will be transmitted using ZIGBEE protocol from the robot to the control station. The robot incorporates a wireless camera and the data from the cam is transmitted to the frontend Visual studio.

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF ANDROID CONTROLLED SMALL UNIT UNMANNED VEHICLE FOR TODAY’S ARMY

Nowadays robots play an important role in human beings day-to-day life. And Life is very important. Soldiers form the backbone for their country and they are very precious gem to their country. So soldier’s life becomes more valuable. So here is a project which performs the functions of a soldier like firing, walking into the field. With the help of sensors and wireless camera the robots acts as a soldier and the commands are given to the robot through android app.

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