Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2715-5056 / 2715-5072
Current Publisher: Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (10.18196)
Total articles ≅ 122

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Samia Sahloul, Donia Ben Halima Abid, Chokri Rekik
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC), Volume 2, pp 221-233; doi:10.18196/jrc.2483

This paper deals with the navigation problem of an autonomous non-holonomic mobile robot in partially-known environment. In this proposed method, the entire process of navigation is divided into two phases: an off-line phase on which a distance-optimal reference trajectory enables the mobile robot to move from an initial position to a desired target which is planned using the B-spline method and the Dijkstra algorithm. In the online phase of the navigation process, the mobile robot follows the planned trajectory using a sliding mode controller with the ability of avoiding unexpected obstacles by the use of fuzzy logic controller. Also, the fuzzy logic and fuzzy wall-following controllers are used to accomplish the reactive navigation mission (path tracking and obstacle avoidance) for a comparative purpose. Simulation results prove that the proposed path planning method (B-spline) is simple and effective. Also, they attest that the sliding mode controller track more precisely the reference trajectory than the fuzzy logic controller (in terms of time elapsed to reach the target and stability of two wheels velocity) and this last gives best results than the wall-following controller in the avoidance of unexpected obstacles. Thus, the effectiveness of our proposed approach (B-spline method combined with sliding mode and fuzzy logic controllers) is proved compared to other techniques.
Uci Rahmalisa, Anita Febriani, Yuda Irawan
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC), Volume 2, pp 287-291; doi:10.18196/jrc.2493

Based on the test results of the National Standardization Agency (BSN), as much as 66% of the gas cylinders tested were found to be unfit for use was studied by zhang[1]. Along with the increasing use of LPG gas, the quality of gas cylinder products has decreased, and the need for supervision of gas cylinder products from the manufacturer, so it cannot cause danger was studied by dae[2]. Gas leaks most often come from the gap between the mouth of the tube and the regulator so that it can cause pollution to the polluted room. This is due to the seal that serves as a sealing gap between the gas cylinder valve and the regulator not working was studied by saeed[3]. This seal serves to close and isolate the gap between the regulator and the upper mouth of the gas cylinder so that gas leakage can be avoided, or it could also be caused by rat bites on the hose which can cause gas to leak. For this reason, a LPG gas leak detection device can be made remotely. Created a LPG gas leak detection system based on Wemos D1 microcontroller using telegram notification. The whole tool is divided into several parts which consist of mq-6 sensor, ESP8266-01S module, wemos d1 microcontroller, and buzzer. This tool works when the ESP8266-01S module searches for the nearest internet network and the mq-6 sensor detects lpg gas, from the ESP8266-01S module and mq-6 sensor then to the Wemos D1 microcontroller to process, from the Wemos D1 microcontroller then activates the buzzer as a warning alarm that then transfer data through the ESP8266-01S module to the website and give notification of a gas leak to the smartphone of the user of the device. The mq-6 sensor functions if the gas content value is above 80. The results show that the gas content value is more than 80 as detected lpg gas, because it has tested the system and when there is no lpg gas the gas content value is less than 80.
Willy Robson, Iin Ernawati, Catur Nugrahaeni
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC), Volume 2, pp 302-306; doi:10.18196/jrc.2496

In the Decree of the Minister of Health number 1405, it is stated that a good temperature and humidity for the room is in the range 18 ° C-28 ° C and 40% -60% and if the temperature or humidity is above the stated range, a tool is needed to cool the room, one of which is is a fan and a device to humidify the room [1]. Then there are also problems regarding frequently forgetting to turn off fans that are no longer used. With this problem, it is necessary to have a system that can control the air conditioner, a system that can make the fan work automatically, that is, it can turn on and off and adjust the motor speed according to room temperature requirements when the fan is on. PIR (Passive Infrared) sensors and DHT-22 sensors are sensors that will be applied to this system as well as the application of the Fuzzy Sugeno Logic method to regulate the work of the system so that it can work automatically.
Jenli Susilo, Anita Febriani, Uci Rahmalisa, Yuda Irawan
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC), Volume 2, pp 353-356; doi:10.18196/jrc.25106

Roedy Kristiyono, Wiyono Wiyono
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC), Volume 2, pp 400-407; doi:10.18196/jrc.25114

Alfian Ma'arif, Naural Rahmat Setiawan
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC), Volume 2, pp 456-461; doi:10.18196/jrc.25122

Anna Nur Nazilah Chamim, Dwi Cahyo Hardyanto, Karisma Trinanda Putra
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC), Volume 2, pp 373-379; doi:10.18196/jrc.25110

Xuanren Zhu, Bin He
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC), Volume 2, pp 337-341; doi:10.18196/jrc.25103

Daniel Santoso, Leonardus Heru Pratomo
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC), Volume 2, pp 421-428; doi:10.18196/jrc.25117

Thomas Hanne
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC), Volume 2, pp 441-447; doi:10.18196/jrc.25120

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