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A Telepresence Mobile Robot Controlling and Real Time Detection using Internet of Things

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  • Embedded Systems, SASTRA University, Thanjavur - 613401, Tamil Nadu, India
  • School of Computing, SASTRA University, Thanjavur - 613401, Tamil Nadu, India

Abstract


Objective: Today, the field of versatile mechanical tele presence is in fast development, with an expanding measure of business frameworks and quick extensions. Methods: There are two techniques to control the robot in which one is a wired and the other is wireless. Customarily, they are called as LAN and IOT. An advanced mobile phone individual hotspot is used to control and screen the robot. Consequently, the Raspberry Pi board and PC are associated with advanced mobile phone. Findings: With a specific end goal to upgrade the client's capacity to remotely convey, control and feel present in a remote domain, the emphasis is more on 1. Semi-independent robot control 2. Situation mindfulness by ongoing face identification 3. People following or individual’s collaboration along these lines utilizing Raspberry Pi model B as a part of which a robot is controlled through wired innovation and web of things which has boundless scope territory and the robot can be controlled more than a few million kilometers furthermore offloads some calculation on the cloud. Applications: The clients may be able to influence remote regions such that the robot position, activities, developments and so forth are detected, and transmitted.

Keywords

A Semiautonomous Telepresence Mobile Robot, Controlling and Real Time Detection, Internet of Things, Security Surveillance.

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