Intellegent Robot
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  Intelligent Robot Platform   ED-7270  
 
 
               
 
 
 
· Insight into the intelligent robot and step-by step practices
· Various services through the functions of Zigbee and RFID reader
· Recognition of the robot’s position and direction
· Various training contents using the dialogue language (programs)
· Image processing by the Fan/Tilt USB camera
· Human-friendly design to interact with the human being
· Ideal for the ubiquitous and home network based experiments
· Home security experiments in utilization of its unattended security function
· Robot Control API using Visual C++ and control function by Visual Basic Scripter
· Next generation cell (Lithium Ion) – compact size and increase in life time

System
CPU
Intel Pentium M 1.8GHz
Memory
512MB
Wireless
IEEE 802.11g(USB)
Display
TFT-LCD
256k Color, 7Inch, Touch Screen
Dot Matrix

16×32dot,3color(Korean 2 letters, English 5 letters)

Motion
Apply Motor
4-Axis
Operation Mode
Closed Loop

User 
Interface
Port

USB
USB 2.0 A-Plug
Sensor
Ultrasonic
10cm to 4m
IR Distance
10cm to 80cm
Motion Detect
119°×98° , 5m Distance
Touch Sensor
4 Point
Illuminance Sensor
0~10 Level Output
Voice Recognition
Software Engine(ViceEZ v2.0) (Option)
Voice Speech
Software voice speech (Option)

Navigation Module

Stargazer (Option)

Battery
Lithium Ion
6S4P(Smart Battey System)
Mechanism
Driving Type
2-Wheel Differential
Motion
Range
Pan axis
±350°
Tilt axis
Up 40°, Down 30°
ZigBee
Coordinator
2.4/2.4835GHz

RFID

Frequency

13.56MHz

Protocol

ISO/IEC 14443 A/B Standards, MIFARE

General Spec.

Dimension
420(W)×700(H)×200(D)mm
Weight
20kg
 
Phase 1
Concept and definition of the intelligent robot
Structure and principle of the intelligent robot

Phase 2
Principle and practice for the intelligent robot’s sensor
Voice recognition and image sensor
Programming through the dialogue-type language

Phase 3 
Operation of the dialogue based robot
Ubiquitous environment based control
Autonomous movement and object recognition


Phase 4 
Practice on movement following with an optimized route
Practice on remote network control


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· Voice Recognition Module
· Voice Synthesis Module
· Navigation Module
· DC Power Supply (Including Recharger Cable)
· Robot Storage Case (Aluminum)
· Flow Chart Software CD
· Wireless Access Point

Controlling the robot without using any advanced language

The interactive dialogues language allows self programming and helps understand the 
     relationship between the robot’s various sensors and each of its operation parts by 
     detecting problems in operation

The user can program the application software based on URC 
     (Ubiquitous Robotic Companion) which is a standard for the intelligent robot, and can apply 
     the application program to all of ED’s intelligent robot

A flow chart based GUI environment for the robot’s operation without having to take basic 
    courses on programming language (Visual C++, Visual Basic, C++, C); Such programming 
    result can be checked on Debug View in the GUI environment

“Smart Update” to ensure use of a latest version of the dialogue based application program

 

Ubiquitous-Based Network
Network based on IEEE802.11g and IEEE802.15.4 to allow to
    collect information on robots anytime and anywhere.




Dot-Metrics to Express Sensitivity
Expressing Feelings to Users using Dot-Metrics 
    · 16×32dot      · 3color (Green, Red, Yellow)      · English five letters    
  
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Recognition of Finger Language Using Image Processing
Providing an Algorithm to Control Robots using Finger Language
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Applying ZigBee Cooldinator (IEEE802.15.4)
Acquiring Information from Neighboring ZigBee Sensor Nodes

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Applying RFID Reader
The RFID Reader on the front of robot recognizes users and 
     provides application service
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Touch Sensor
Implementing various HRI capabilities using touch sensors on the 
    front, top and head of the robot
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Location Recognition Function
The robot moves to the final destination by recognizing its
    current location, then creating the shortest route
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Conflict-Detection Bumper
Safe operation using three sensors on the front of the robot
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