Walking Mechanism of a Robot

The primary aspect that the student engineers of the Java Institute for Advanced Technology focused on when building this robot was the mechanism of traveling forward.

A number of various components were utilised to build this particular robot and these include perspex pieces, circuits, motor wheels, and chains. The balancing capabilities of the robot is maintained due to the presence of eight legs. Furthermore, this particular robot is able to avoid obstacles when traveling.

In addition to this, the motor that was used for the robot is not the motors that are typically used for this scenario as typical motors are unable to handle a large amount of power.

Accordingly, high powered gear motors were used for this device and the gear system in these motors are able to handle a large amount of power. When describing the circuit of this particular robotic device, it is essential to specify that the IC, which is its primary component, controls all activities. This particular IC was programmed by the engineers of the Java Institute for Advanced Technology. The IC identifies the input provided and then provides an appropriate output. The input to the IC is submitted via a Bluetooth module and it can be carried out at a certain distance away from the device. Accordingly, a software system that was developed by the engineers of the institute can control the robot through mobile devices or a laptop. Buttons in the software application are primarily used to carry out the controlling activities of the robot.

The circuit as well as the motor of the robot is powered via a battery and the selected battery changes with the required time of controlling the robot. A special characteristic of this particular robot is that due to the presence of its two feet, the robot is able to travel without slipping and therefore it can even move on slopes, including hills, as well as other environments such as water-filled fields. This makes this particular robot highly useful in scenarios where it is hazardous for humans to travel and work.

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