Multi Utility E-Controlled cum Voice Operated Farm Vehicle

International Journal of Computer Applications (Impact Factor: 0.82). 02/2010; DOI: 10.5120/272-432
Source: DOAJ

ABSTRACT This paper describes the design and construction of MUEVOFV.The vehicle will be used to explore ways of increasing theproductivity using expensive agricultural mobile machinery bytaking over some of the tasks of the operator, allowing him tocontrol the machinery from remote place i.e. E-control throughvoice commands; and to control several accessories of themachine simultaneously. The system was designed to satisfy theneeds of various farm operations in unknown agricultural fields.The controller has a layered architecture and supports two degreesof cooperation using sensor modules between the operator androbotic vehicle, direct and supervisory control. The vehicle'sposition and heading direction can be controlled by globalpositioning.

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