Automotive Remote Surveillance
main aim of our project, Robotic Automotive Remote Surveillance, is to conceptualize
and create a high - tech remote controlled robotic vehicle specially designed
keeping in mind the vast need for such advanced equipment for a wide variety of
surveillance, reconnaissance and strategic operations catering to both civil and
military fields with equal alacrity. The robotic vehicle is fitted with 2.4 Ghz
CMOS camera equipped to operate over a 1GHz frequency range. An inbuilt RF transmitter
in the camera enables the controller to monitor and maneuver the vehicle from
up to distance of 100 meters. The vehicle can be operated using a dedicated control
transmitter, which in this case, shall be a four-way relay control using a PC
keyboard. The RF signal used for remote control can traverse through walls and
partitions. The basic paraphernalia includes control transmitter for four wheel
Robot vehicle and 2.4GHz wireless camera and a wide band 2.4GHz receiver.The control
position is determined by the MCU. The data is encoded with a addressable transmitter.
A whip antenna is used to transmit the control signal. The other antenna is used
to receive 2.4 GHz video signals,which is decoded and gives A/V out put, which
can feed directly to any TV, or in this case, viewed directly on the PC monitor.At
the vehicle side, the transmitted RF data signal is fed to a dedicated data decoder.
The address of this section is set to match with the transmitter. The data is
fed to a MCU 89C2051, which controls all the functions of the vehicle. Two output
ports is connected to a dc-geared motor.
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