Robotics is a rapidly growing field, as technological advances continue; researching, designing, and building new robots serve various practical purposes, whether domestically, commercially, or militarily. With the advancing technology, the curiosity of human beings is also rising and the scientists are researching places where life does not exist. Planet Mars is one such place where humans themselves cannot go so robots are designed that help in the exploration of such places and one finds answers to such curios questions like Do life exist at such places? The exploration of Mars has long been considered as a major goal in the exploration of the Solar System. Marsian robot is a robot that is designed for an objective of exploration of places where life does not exist but there is a probability that life existed there earlier or there are chances of survival. The solution could be surveying that place keenly so that sign of life could be detected. Marsian robot performs this task of surveying such places. The features of the Marsian robot are: picking or placing an object using a robotic arm, crossing the hurdles using Rocker bogie mechanism and capturing the video of the place using wireless camera. These features can help exploring the place and Marsian robot finds its applications at these places.
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Embedded System using 8051 Microcontroller
Embedded system is basically a combination of hardware with software. Embedded system basically is a computer system that is designed to pull off a few or one specific function, more often than not in real-time computing constraints. An embedded system is called an embedded system because it is embedded in or is a part of much complex and complete device that comprises hardware, moveable and mechanical parts. They are basically microcontroller to work with ‘applications as a resulted output. A microcontroller is a device with its own memory (RAM, ROM) and many more features added to it such as UART, Interupts and Timer etc, which make it superior to the microprocessors.Read More
Advance Embedded System
Embedded system is basically a combination of hardware with software. An embedded system basically is a computer system that is designed to pull off a few or one specific function, more often than not in real-time computing constraints. Advance version of combo of two most vetern embedded systems i.e. PIC and 8051 together. They both have various advantages. The PIC is a very general purpose microcontroller with ADC, counter, Built in oscillator with selectable speeds Wide range of interfaces including SPI, USB, USART, AD, programmable comparators, PWM has been used with the advantages of the 8-bit 8051 microcontrollerRead More
Embedded System using AVR Microcontroller
Embedded system is basically a combination of hardware with software. Embedded system basically is a computer system that is designed to pull off a few or one specific function, more often than not in real-time computing constraints. “AVR”enlarged technique of embedded systems. It is an 8-bitRISC single chip microcontroller which was developed in 1996. The AVR was one of the first microcontroller families to use on-chip flash memory for program storage, used by other microcontrollers at the time. It has many enlightening features as there is added an EEPROM to store data over a power off time. An internal oscillator and an internal power on reset make the AVR working without any other components, watchdog.Read More