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Review Papers | Robotics Science | India | Volume 4 Issue 2, February 2015
Enhanced Mobile Robot for Detection of Water Quality
S. A. Shakila Banu | D. Janaki
Abstract: Water quality monitoring is very essential in recent years since many factors pollute the water resources. The robots that are in use for monitoring the water quality that is unable to protect itself from damage. The data provided by the existing robots enable the experts to identify the preferability of the water resource. In the proposed methodology the IR sensor in robot is used for obstacle identification and automatic path deviation is provided for self-prevention from damage. This robot also has the capability of updating data which makes any person to identify about the preferability of various water resources. By implementing this robot even the cause for pollutant can also be identified which is not possible in existing robots. At various points of time the pollutant level in a desirable location can be analyzed. The robot also have the capability of taking necessary actions for overcoming pollutants. This analysis can be done through the graph that are plotted automatically using the data sent by this robot. In addition, determining robot location using GPS, enabling manual control of motors highly needed to monitor the pollutant level at desirable location makes this project to be more advantageous.
Keywords: IR Infra Red, GPS Global Positioning System, Sensor
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 2, February 2015,
Pages: 552 - 556