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Multifunctional mobile robot – MechaCar

Multifunctional mobile robot – MechaCar

The main goal of this project was to develop the mobile robot management using a mobile application. World trends imply the need to include robotic products in industrial branches where their presence was previously unthinkable. With each day that comes, projects like this one are more popular and their main goal is to develop the system which will replace a man in some of his standard life jobs. MechaCar (Mechatronic project – Car) model is made of four DC motors, 6 ultrasonic sensors for obstacle detection, Bluetooth communication module and Arduino Mega board.

In this case, the operator handles a simple Android application that offers the ability to choose between two operating modes. The first mode is manually and the other is semi-automatic. Manual control is simply maneuvering the direction of movement of the mobile robot (go left, go right, go forward, go backward, stop) while semi-automatic implies realization of the movement from the initial to the given target position, avoiding the possible obstacles that the robot encounters.
Bosnia And Herzegovina


Multifunctional mobile robot – MechaCar

Jasmin Velagic, Amir Nakic, Amila Sose, Dinko Osmankovic

Jasmin Velagić is a professor of robotics and mechatronics at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Sarajevo and head of the Department of Automatic Control and Electronics. He received a MSc degree from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb, Croatia in 1999 and a Ph.D. degree from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, University of Sarajevo, in 2005. His research is mainly focuses on intelligent control, mobile robotics, industrial automation, adaptive and robust control. He has published over 100 papers in journals, book chapters and conference proceedings. Over the last past years my research group (LARAS) has developed several mobile robot platforms and multirotor systems as well as a series of inovative techniques for the robot localization, path planning and 3D modelling of outdoor environments.


Stand B28 (pav. 9) - University of Sarajevo/Department of Automatic Control and Electronics


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