Line Follower Mobile Robot for Surveillance Camera Monitoring System
Keywords:Arduino, Labview, Line Follower Robot, Monitoring System, Webcam,
AbstractThe purpose of this study is to demonstrate the development of a mobile surveillance camera monitoring system. This robotic system is introduced to assist in solving the limited coverage problem facing by the conventional surveillance camera which is usually installed at a fixed position. Line follower is chosen to provide a mobile movement of the surveillance monitoring system. Other than surveillance purpose, the camera also functions to detect any kind of obstacle on the route. A specific route and task are designed for the robotic system to test its functionality. It shows that the robotic system manages to complete the designed track and manage to detect the obstacle.
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