EMBEDDED SYSTEMS FINAL PROJECT

Automation of robotic vehicle

final product

Project Description

In this project, a robotic vehicle was built from a set of design components listed below.
After assembling the hardware components of the robotic vehicle, the Keil uVision application is used to configure the hardware of the robotic vehicle.
This configuration involves: enabling the car to move forward and reverse by driving its wheels. Correspondingly, when the vehicle is reversing, it beeps and lights white, and when moving forward, it lights red. Another configuration is enabling the robotic car to move either left or right and flashing lights in red-blue, red-blue. When these operations working in sync, the autonomous vehicle is complete.

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Block diagram

BLOCK DIAGRAM

Design components

FRDM-KL25Z Resistors

Robotic Vehicle Batteries

H-Bridge L298N

Wires

Breadboard

LED

Bluetooth Module

HC-05 LDR LCD- 16X2 Potentiometer Andriod App (Bluetooth Console)

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Circuit diagram

Circuit diagram

Challenges

- LCD failure to print out some specific characters.

- Due to lack of PCB boards printed connections were scattered and in a shipshape.

- Interferance of multiple bluetooth signals.

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Team members


Andrea Mensah

Wendy Amartefio

Jude Asare Donkor

Hellen Kagunyi


Process Image Map

  • First stage Early Stage
  • Incomplete car Most Challenging Stage
  • Robotic car picture Final Stage

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