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Dr. Mallikarjun Mudda*, Dr. Thangadurai N., Deepu Dharshan, Supritha S., Divya M. R.


As technology is growing there is a considerable demand on machine interface to the controlling system. Robotics is an era where mechanical structures are powered by interfacing personal computers with the improved software tools. Hyperlink is a standalone program to interact with the devices remotely interfaced with the personal computers. Wireless communication is also a supporting mechanism to regulate the direction and movement of the robotic machines. This paper aims to direct the conductive gas finding robot in all directions. An IR sensor assembly is used to position the Rover to move with defined angle. A Zigbee wireless module is used to communicate with the user device and control it through user command window with 2.4 GHz which is used for transmitting the information to the remote control section of the rover. The mechanical load calculations are estimated to design the rover. The developed model is best suited on uneven surfaces and mars area.

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