Analysis of Unmanned Four-Wheeled Bot with AI Evaluation Feedback Linearization Method

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Chandrashekhar Kumar
T. Muthumanickam


In this research paperwork, thereis the design and implementation of aBot with the ability to work in four directions of movement forward, backward, left, and right using aself-governingstability system. The bot's resultingbe in command of objective is to follow a path at the required speed, while its primary control purpose is to maintain equilibrium whenever the balance position is unstable owing to a change in the center of gravity. We report our surveys into the concertevaluation of a highly linear four-wheeledmatchingmachine using a PID regulator and a PI-PD regulator.  Here I have added advantages with the AI evaluation feedback linearization technique to detect and process with auto error time solutions. The key benefits include cogency in the actual application; switchdevice, enhanced performance, and capacity to overcome uncertainties. Simulated and experimental findings are used to compare and support a performance evaluation of the system. Numerous automatic systems for detecting traffic accidents have been developed by researchers. These techniques frequently make use of many applications such as smartphones, infrared sensors, and mobile applications.All of these techniques fall short when it comes to the instinctiverecognition of traffic accidents. The sifters used in smartphones may make it difficult to detect low-speed collisions. The suggested system does not specify the threshold distances at which an IR sensor will react. It is suggested to use a revolutionary method based on ultrasonic sensors.Using an ultrasonic sensor to identify accidents allows for the ability to do so not only in different street contexts but also in industrial settings, busy intersections, and weather circumstances like clouds, fog weather, rain, and heavy traffic.

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Kumar, C. ., and T. . Muthumanickam. “Analysis of Unmanned Four-Wheeled Bot With AI Evaluation Feedback Linearization Method”. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, vol. 11, no. 2, Mar. 2023, pp. 138-42, doi:10.17762/ijritcc.v11i2.6138.


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