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Mobile phone controlled four-legged walking robot with speed and direction control Related Courses: In recent years, practical mobile robots have been successfully used in controlled environments such as factories, offices, and hospitals, as well as outdoors on prepared surfaces and terrain with minor irregularities.
The most common type of robot has rigid body and is driven on wheels or tracks. However, for the operation of mobile robots in extremely rough, uneven terrain has been impossible or unreliable at best.
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So instead of wheeled robot, it has looked to the animal world for inspiration, attempting to develop walking robot to imitate the body structure and method of locomotion of mammals, human beings, and other arthropods.
However, reliable mobility on extremely uneven terrain such as step climbing, gap crossing, gradients, side slopes remains an elusive goal for manmade devices.
Most legged robots have been based on the concept of a single rigid body having articulated legs. Such a robot become attractive for any required application traversal of terrain that is difficult for wheeled and tracked robots, and is expensive or dangerous for humans.
The present project work describes design of four legged robot which uses legs for its movement instead of wheels.
This robot is capable of receiving few sets of command instructions in the form of DTMF tones and performs the necessary tasks. The robot also senses the movement of living beings, leakage of gas and gives the siren and sends the message so that robot can be used as a security device in many applications.To show or hide the keywords and abstract of a paper (if available), click on the paper title Open all abstracts Close all abstracts.
In this paper, advantages and disadvantages of using parallel texts in typological studies are considered according to the criteria of diversity, domains, analysis, perspective, quality.
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Outline the possible disadvantages of using a parallel translation technique? As an overseas student, Zaid Kilani chose to research downsizing in his home country in the Middle East. He was encouraged by his tutor to research downsizing in a non-Western context.5/5(1).
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Although there is not an easy popular label for this technique, the structure is distinctive. To translate the questionnaire by using the parallel-translation technique, two Arabic native translators were appointed.
One of the translators had an MBA degree while the other had a Bachelor degree in Business Administration.