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metadata.fyp.dc.title: Development Of Storing Mobile Robot
metadata.fyp.dc.contributor.*: Muhammad Amirun bin Rameli
Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Hons) in Electrical 16-Feb-2016
metadata.fyp.dc.description.abstract: Forklift is a powered industrial truck used to lift and transport materials. Forklift has become indispensable equipment in manufacturing and warehousing operations. In order to reduce operational cost and improve productivity, an automated forklift has been developed from growing number of suppliers. Nowadays, robotic technologies have been developed rapidly in most countries where it been used to replace humans in doing tasks or work especially in hostile environment. Robotic are commonly related to automation which defined as the process of following a predetermined sequence of operations with minimum or non-human intervention using specialized equipment and device that control and perform the particular tasks. The progress on robotic, computer technology, sensor and perception system has produced great advances in the field of forklift. This project was implemented a mobile robot concept to the forklift. The mainly is about designing and fabricating forklift which is operated by wireless controlled. The lift and movement system of the forklift will be provided by miniature electric-powered motor. This forklift can move forward, backward, turning right and left depend on the signal from frequency module which is transmitter send the data to receiver and give the input signal to the ATMEL 89s52 which is act as a brain for this forklift to produce the output signal to control the forklift movement. The objective of this project is to design the forklift which includes the physical structure, electronic circuit, control and operating system. The research on this field has great functions and benefits and can be proceed in the future.
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