IJSTE

CALL FOR PAPERS : June-2024

Submission Last Date
25-June-24
Submit Manuscript Online

FOR AUTHORS

FOR REVIEWERS

ARCHIEVES

DOWNLOADS

Open Access



CopyScape
Creative Commons License

Autonomous Rover Delivery System


Author(s):

Anuradha A. Kasangottuwar , Dayananda Sagar college of Engineering; Sumukh Athrey, Dayananda Sagar college of Engineering; Aditi Sharma , Dayananda Sagar college of Engineering; Basvaraj Mooli, Dayananda Sagar college of Engineering; Kavya G, Dayananda Sagar college of Engineering

Keywords:

ARM Cortex Microcontroller, Ultrasonic Range Finder, Ultrasonic Distance Sensor, GSM/GPRS Module, GPS Module, Magnetometer, Optical Detector

Abstract:

This paper describes an autonomous rover which is a self-piloted vehicle that does not require an operator to navigate and accomplish its tasks. Autonomous vehicles are a recently developed subset of robotics and can come in three general forms; air, ground and submarine. My GPS controlled autonomous rover is presented which employs a GPS Receiver Module to capture the GPS signal and determine the current location of the vehicle. The system is controlled using a microcontroller, a magnetometer and dc motors. The magnetometer determines the vehicle direction by continuously providing measurement of heading. The microcontroller drives the DC motors to move the vehicle to a manually entered destination coordinates. Obstacle detection and avoidance are achieved by incorporating the ultrasonic sensor to measure the distance between the vehicle and the obstacle, and avoidance is implemented by the microcontroller. The performance of the vehicle is enhanced with a capability to detect and avoid unexpected obstructions placed in its path. The designed GPS autonomous rover is able to navigate itself independently from one location to a second, user-prescribed location, using GPS-location data. The vehicle measures the bearing angle, and changes its heading towards the destination and repeats the process as it moves to the destination. GPS offers the benefit of retrieving location information that has no bearing upon previous results. This prevents calculation errors from accumulating throughout the path. For this reason, low cost, and ease of use.


Other Details:

Manuscript Id :IJSTEV3I12061
Published in :Volume : 3, Issue : 12
Publication Date: 01/07/2017
Page(s): 132-135
Download Article

IMPACT FACTOR

4.753

NEWS & UPDATES

Submit Article

Dear Authors, You can submit your article to our journal at the following link: http://www.ijste.org/Submit

Impact Factor

The Impact Factor of our Journal is 4.753 (Year - 2016)
3.905 (Year - 2015) 2.895(Year -2014)

Click Here

Submit Payment Online

Dear Authors, Now you can submit the payment receipt to our journal online at the following link: index.php?p=Payment

1

1

GLOBAL INDEXING



















Computer Science Directory. We are listed under Computer Research Institutes category

Share on Social media

Home | Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions | Refund Policy | Feedback | Contact Us
Copyright © 2014 ijste.org All rights reserved