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Research Paper | Engineering | India | Volume 6 Issue 4, April 2017
Three Dimensional Mobile Controlled Robotic ARM for Cleaning Public Places
Anwar Patel | Yogita Mistry | Neha Rai  | Rukhsar K | Pathan Amar V. Mange
Abstract: Robotic vehicles are used in lifting of heavy objects and carrying out different industrial tasks. Mobile Robots are used to achieve magnificent accuracy and expert concentration. Mobile and Computer control saves time, money and energy. Also this reduces human efforts, man power and risks. Mobile and PLC based Robots are used to complete the task in all rapidly and with more accuracy. This is also helpful in hazardous and high temperature area where human being cannot work. . Pick and place Robot is the most effective technology in industrial applications where it is specifically designed to be used in manufacturing industries for pick and place functions. This will reduce the human efforts in industrial operations in case of lifting the objects. The pick and place robot consists of a robotic vehicle and robotic arm placed on it, with a soft catching grip to grab the objects . The robotic movements and pick and place functionality can be controlled by the Mobile application. This pick and place function is most useful in the industries in abnormal conditions and unusual places where a human being cannot enter such as in high temperature and narrow areas. RF technology GSM, DTMF, IP address such technologies are used to control and command the robotic operations. This technology is a hybrid technology which is mixer of paddle garden, vacuum cleaner and solar vacuum cleaner device. This technique Saves the electric energy and removes pipe-lining and wiring accessories. It has Hybrid Capillary Gripper for Liquid materials, Dust and small unwanted particles. It also has Hybrid ARM Gripper for solid and big hurdle particles. .
Keywords: Hybrid Capillary Gripper, Hybrid ARM Gripper for solid materials, Latest Technology in Automation, six to twelve degree of freedom, mobile app automation, Liquid handing technology, Automotive Guided Vehicle, modern software techniques
Edition: Volume 6 Issue 4, April 2017,
Pages: 1778 - 1780