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AutoNav: Bluetooth Controlled Robot Car

EasyChair Preprint no. 10307, version 1

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5 pagesDate: May 31, 2023


A Bluetooth controlled robot car is a type of robotic vehicle that can be operated using a Bluetooth enabled device such as a smartphone or a tablet. The car is equipped with a Bluetooth module that communicates with the device, allowing the user to control the car's movements and actions wirelessly. The robot car typically consists of a chassis, two DC motors with wheels, a motor driver module, an Arduino or another microcontroller, an HC-05 or HC-06 Bluetooth module, a breadboard and jumper wires, and a power source. A controller app sends commands to the robot car in a specified format, which the microcontroller interprets and translates into motor movements. The car also features color sensor which can detect specific color. A Bluetooth controlled robot car can be used for various applications such as entertainment, education, and research. It provides a fun and interactive way to learn about robotics and programming while also allowing for experimentation and customization of the car's behavior.

Keyphrases: Arduino based project, Bluetooth, Color Sensor, Controller app, Microcontroller, motor control, Motor Driver, Robotics, Smartphone, vehicle control

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  author = {Sadman Salim Nipun and Richard Victor Biswas},
  title = {AutoNav: Bluetooth Controlled Robot Car},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 10307},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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