Designing and Implementing a Wi-Fi Enabled Mobile Robot
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The demand for mobile reconnaissance robots has increased since the beginning of the 21st century war. The army mainly uses these robots for reconnaissance and gathering intelligence data without putting the personnel in danger. In this paper we present the design and implementation of Wi-Fi enabled mobile robot for distributed surveillance applications. The robot is built on a 4 wheel chassis, powered by a Linksys WRT54-GL residential router and an Atmel microcontroller. It is also equipped with an IP camera with added pan/tilt capabilities and on-board sensors which relays feedback information to the human operator. The software on the robot is programmed in C language and the Control Console is programmed in Java. In order to test the performance of the robot, the robot is tested under three scenarios, Indoor, Outdoor and Line of sight.
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