Design of Advance Robot for Surveillance and Risk-Free Movement: A Simulation Approach

Pratik Maheshwari*, Vikas Bakshi **
* Department of Mechanical Engineering, Prestige Institute of Engineering Management and Research, Indore, India.
** Department of Mechanical Engineering, SAGE University, Indore, India.
Periodicity:May - July'2019


At present times, robotic technology is gaining interest amoung researchers and practitioners. Different robotic models are available to solve vehicle platform problems through CAD software like Solidworks, ProE etc. There is a need for smart robots to solve the problem of industrial operations and military applications. Surveillance and risk-free movement is the most essential part of the military and industrial operations. In this paper, we have proposed a design of a robot which can be used for intelligent, reconnaissance missions through the connection of sensor via robot operating system (ROS). The proposed robot provides an interface to an operator for hands-free operations and gestures, which also presents the inverse dynamics of different reconfigurable gestures and postures through simulation. Graphical abstract represents the system architecture of the proposed model, where trajectory points are supervised by logics and robot operating system (ROS). ROS mainly work on sensor data which is procced through forwarding kinematic, i.e., controller system. According to supervisory logic, inverse kinematics worked with the help of actuators and further simulated the proposed work, which is completed by hardware.


Actuator, Controller, Hardware Robot, ROS, Surveillance, Sensor Data.

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Maheshwari, P., and Bakshi, V. (2019). Design of Advance Robot for Surveillance and Risk-Free Movement: A Simulation Approach. i-manager's Journal on Instrumentation and Control Engineering, 7(3), 14-20.


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