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Sol: The Wireless Robot

A Thesis Project Submitted in
Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the
Degree of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

In the College of Engineering and Computer Studies
of Divine Word College of Legazpi
Legazpi City

By:

Raimon A. Agon

July 2013

DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF LEGAZPI
College of Engineering and Computer Studies
Legazpi City

RECOMMENDATION FOR TITLE DEFENSE

In partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, this Thesis Project entitled “ Sol: The Wireless Robot ” prepared and submitted by Raimon A. Agon, is hereby submitted to the Capstone Committee for consideration and approval.

Mr. Joseph Morco
Adviser

In partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, this Thesis Project entitled “Sol: The Wireless Robot” prepared and submitted by Raimon A. Agon, is hereby considered and endorsed for Title Defence.

MARIA CHARMY A. ARISPE, MSME
Capstone Project Coordinator

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CHAPTER I

Project Identification

Project Context

Robotics is the field of computer science and engineering concerned with creating robots, devices that can move and react to sensory input. Robotics is one branch of artificial intelligence.Robots are now widely used in factories to perform high-precision jobs such as welding and riveting. They are also used in special situations that would be dangerous for humans – for example, in cleaning toxic wastes or defusing bombs.Although great advances have been made in the field of robotics during the last decade, robots are still not very useful in everyday life, as they are too clumsy to perform ordinary household chores.1 The robots we now have don’t look at all human, but they’re doing a lot of useful work for us. They’re exploring wrecks on the ocean bottom. They’re spying on enemy troops while flying overhead. They’re looking for life on the surface of Mars. They’re entertaining us by putting up their dukes on a cable TV show.

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The purpose of the study is to build a robot that can controlled by using a bluetooth, to choose the right parts for the robot, to choose the right algorithm that can control the robot using a blue-tooth and one important purpose of the study is to give information, guide, and reference for the future researchers, programmers, teachers and students. Sol was the name of the robot that the proponent will build, Sol is a four wheel robot that can be control wirelessly by using blue-tooth, this robot is compose of parts like servo, arduino board, blue-tooth module and the IDE software for the programming of the arduino board. Sol can move forward, backward, turn left and turn right, Sol can 1

run in a open area with a length of 50 meter and 20 ft above. Sol can be use in advertising a new model of phone like android phone, as the phone control the robot, it will show how Sol react from the command of the user, showing also how Sol can be compatible in connecting in any type of model of Bluetooth, how speed in reacting in the phone and also this advertisement can get a good feedback from the viewer. The concept of Sol can be applied in a many type of appliances like vacuum cleaner and grass cutter that can control by only using an android phone that have a Bluetooth.

Purpose and Description

The purpose of this study is to build a robot that can control by blue-tooth using laptop and android phone, laptop that have a putty software for Windows user, but for Ubuntu user putty software is not needed, if the laptop has no Bluetooth on it Bluetooth adopter is needed or Bluetooth dongle.

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Problem Identification

The proposed study will answer the following:

1. What kind of robot can be build from the concept of Sol?
2. What parts are needed to build a robot?
3. What algorithm should be used to manipulate the robot?

Description Of Existing Robot

The Existing Robot is a car robot that...
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