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  1. Lion Bot Southeastern Louisiana ET 493 Dr. Fayad By: Dustin Tortorich, David Sagona, Yutong Yu

  2. Introduction • Assistant Robots can perform many tasks • Voice command • Vacuuming • Building car • Delivery Packages • Save time and money Voice Command Robot Vacuum Robot Voice Assistant

  3. Scope of Project • Design a frame and body for the robot • Navigation system of traversing at least a single floor and avoid any obstacles or people that may walk into its path • Design a robotic arm that be able to do simple tasks such as pick up small objects and place them into a bucket on the frame

  4. Current Desired Functions • Pick up small objects • Quick attach system for easy modification • Specific location travelling Picking up trash

  5. Requirements • Frame with tacks • Extendable body • Scan with multiple sensors • Recalculate path around moving and immobile objects • Recalculate path around non moving objects • Travel to a specific position • 2-3 joint robot arm

  6. Evaluation • Max frame load of at least 20 lb • Robot arm can push/pull at least 8 lb • Robot arm can lift at least 2 lb • How many floors can the robot travel • Simple text/voice recognition

  7. Task Organization • Dustin will be working on the tracks and the body of the robot • Yutong will be developing the navigation system • David will be designing a robot arm to do simple tasks • As a group we will work on supporting each other when someone has something unclear

  8. Chassis • Size = 16.5” X 10.5” X 3.1” • Tension sprocket travel = 1.5”

  9. Motor • Minimum Torque for motor =8.6 kg-cm • HSR-2645CRH • T=12 Kg-cm • V= 69 ft/m • Cost = $74.78 for both servos • 98 RPM Econ Gear Motor • T=37.8 • V= 69 ft/m • Cost = $33.00 for both motors

  10. Body • Guide Post = 13” • Bucket size = 14” X 11.4”

  11. Navigation • Initially can avoid or make left/right turn when there are some obstacles in the front or at both side. • Will build up a local map for travelling to a specific position. • Will add simple text/voice recognition.

  12. Circuits • Connected with 2 continuous servo motors, 4 ultrasonic sensors, Arduino Uno, breadboard, jumper wires. • Each sensor for each direction. • Use two motors as wheels.

  13. Programming

  14. Code Running

  15. Robot arm • 3 degrees of freedom • Arm extension using linear actuator • Lifts objects 10 lbs or less Heavy-Load Robot Arm

  16. Deliverables Frame • Tracks that can carry at least 20 lbs. • Base raises up to an additional foot. • Quick-attach modular system • SolidWorks proficiency

  17. Navigation • Avoid hitting objects when moving • Navigate to any specific location • Programing experience

  18. Robot Arm • Pick up and set down small object at desired location • Open doors

  19. Learning Outcomes • We intend to expand our knowledge of SolidWorks • We will learn to utilize programing for navigation • Learn the basic concepts of designing robotic arm and frame • Working as a team and meeting deadlines • Design multiple systems separately and integrating them together

  20. Timeline

  21. Marketing • Cost: $600-700 • Save time • All-in-one purpose robot • Easy to modify for individual needs • Easy to maintain • Offices and schools • Assist people in daily activities • Amazon • Market as an alexa product

  22. Citations Agent 390 Tracked Robot Kit (w/ Motors) - RobotShop. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.robotshop.com/en/agent-390-tracked-robot-kit-motors.html Svetlik, J. (2019, February 20). Alexa, Cortana, Google Assistant: How do voice assistants work? Figure 2. Retrieved February 20, 2019, from http://home.bt.com/tech-gadgets/internet/broadband/alexa-cortana-google-assistant-what-are-voice-assistants-and-how-do-they-work-11364211957737 Rae, H. (2019, January 1). Best Robotic Vacuums of 2019. Figure 1. Retrieved January 1, 2019, fromhttps://www.consumerreports.org/robotic-vacuums/best-robotic-vacuums-of-the-year/ Hardawar, D. (2018, August 08). Anki's Vector robot brings us one step closer to 'Star Wars' Droids. Figure 7. Retrieved fromhttps://www.engadget.com/2018/08/08/anki-vector-robot/ Davids, M. (2017, July 17). A Brief History of Robots in Manufacturing. Figure 2. Retrieved fromhttps://blog.robotiq.com/a-brief-history-of-robots-in-manufacturing