Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Smart Structures, School of Computing Engineering and Mathematics, Western Sydney University, Australia. His research interests cover Industry 4.0, Additive Manufacturing, Advanced Engineering Materials and Structures (Metals and Composites), Multi-scale Modelling of Materials and Structures, Metal Forming and Metal Surface Treatment.
Abstract—In that examination, the Arduino UNO chip device was used for remote command wireless video avoidance bicycle (WVASC). The car is equipped with a camera and Wi-Fi router and is combined with a transatlantic video transmission mining system. We have written an Android wireless video capture system to limit the terminal App so that users can supervise the original end of the smartphone tour exhibition and use the smartphone app to control WVASC. The LED illumination torch is located in the vehicle so a dark volume can be assumed. If the WVASC Informedly is cut off, the four factions of the car are equipped with ultrasonic sensors to distinguish the asylum target from the mining system, which can withdraw and avoid the WVASC hitting the obstacle or crushing the wheel frame. It can also avoid obstacles in an unpredictable atmosphere. We completed the PSoC board on the main controller and used the Arduino UNO as a sub-controller. By using the PSoC to control the WVASC, more sensors will be installed in the car, so the stability of the mining system embedded in the car also enhances communication improvements. The Android mining system will enable the rapid development of wireless communication technology. By adopting the above improvements, it can also improve the capacity and speed of the mining system process and reduce the energy consumption of the WVASC.
Index Terms—Arduino programming, Android App, microcontroller, Bluetooth, mining and Android technology, Wi-Fi router
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