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VOICE CONTROLLED BLUETOOTH

ROBOT USING ANDRIOD SMARTPHONE

Under the guidance of,

Ms.C.Chandana,
M.tech, B.Rajeshwari (13K81A0412)
Assistant Professor, K.Adithya (13K81A0427)
Department of ECE. U.Jhansi (13K81A0456)
OBJECTIVE
The project aims in designing a Robotic vehicle that can be
operated using Android mobile phone.
ABSTRACT
The current project describes about the real time android
technology that can be used as an interaction with embedded
system. The smartphone is used to operate the movements of robot
using voice recognition through the android and the bluetooth
module. According to the commands given the robot moves in the
respective direction. This project also deals with the sensing of
obstacles and fire in the surroundings of the robot that is moving
and gives the alert sounds to the outside world.
EXISTING TECHNOLOGY
The previous usage of communicating with the robots vehicles
is down using speech recognition technology.
Here, a microphone picks up the signal of the speech to be
recognized and converts it into an electrical signal.
A voice-recognition module and a set of push-button switches
are interfaced to the microcontroller for giving the input
PROPOSED TECHNOLOGY
The project aims in designing a Robot that can be operated
using Android mobile phone.
Bluetooth is used.
Here in the project the Android smart phone is used as a
remote control for operating the Robot.
Obstacles and fire are sensed by the robotic vehicle and an
alerting buzzer is observed
BLOCK DIAGRAM
HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS
ARM7
Bluetooth module
L293D
Motors
Ultrasonic sensor
Fire sensor
Android mobile
Buzzer
SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS
Keil complier
Embedded C

APPLICATIONS
The robot can be used as a toy.
It can be used to bring and place small objects.
It is the one of the important stage of Humanoid robots.
Command and control of appliances and equipment
ADVANTAGES
Voice Controlled
Motion Controlled
Multiple use
Low cost
REFERENCES
Heidi Monson (1999) bluetooth technology and implementations, John Wiley & Sons.
Piyare, R. and Tazil, M. (2011) bluetooth based home automation system using Android
phones. IEEE 15TH International symposium on consumer electronics (ISCE), 14-17 June
2011, Singapore.
Potts, J. and Sukittanon, S. (2012) Exploiting bluetooth on android mobile mobile devices
for home security application, proceedings of southeast can, 15-18 March 2012, Orlando,
Florida , USA. .
Arduino, ios, android and technology tit bits, sree.cc/google/android/using-bluetooth-in-
android.
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