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Publication Type : Conference Paper
Publisher : Springer
Source : Inventive Communication and Computational Technologies, 2022
Campus : Coimbatore
School : School of Engineering
Department : Electronics and Communication
Year : 2022
Abstract : Motor robots are the machines which helps humanity to move forward where it can do some works that we humans can’t do, for example it can reach places regardless of dangerous or poisonous environment. There are various sensors available in the market to scan and detect objects but in recent times, LIDAR is proven to be the best in terms of its characteristics in a closed environment, but other usual standard sensors have their restraint in phase of distance recognition and clarification of complexity. In this research paper we are making an autonomous motor bot which is equipped with a 2D 360° LIDAR sensor with Raspberry Pi 4 to avoid obstacles. The main purpose to avoid the obstacle here is to obtain data from hazardous surroundings. So the idea was, what if a robot in a closed environment can reach a final point by avoiding the obstacles without any pre marked line to reach the final marked point, where the real time mapping of the bot would be displayed in the system.
Cite this Research Publication : Ragavendra, B.M., Gogul Sriman, R., Saiganesh, H., Saileswar, K.S., Santhanakrishnan, R., Rajesh, C.B. (2022). Hurdle Dodging Robot Using Lidar with a Built-On Gas Detection System. In: Ranganathan, G., Fernando, X., Shi, F. (eds) Inventive Communication and Computational Technologies. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 311. Springer, Singapore.