Human & Robot Interaction Lab. (TaarLab)

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 Siavash BoroumandArya SabouryAli Ravari, Amir Nasser Khaleghi

An embedded system is a computer system with a dedicated function with in a larger mechanical or electrical system, often with real-time computing constraints.Properties typical of embedded computers when compared with general-purpose ones are e.g. low power consumption, small size, rugged operating ranges and low per-unit cost.We work in the Mechatronics Lab, where we researche Image processing and Machine vision in Mobile robots under the advisement of Prof. Mehdi Tale Masouleh. We are currently pursuing research in the new and exciting field of Mobile robots ; specifically, we are interested in Machine vision in Mobile robots under Embedded System in FPGA. We had also done extensive work in Mobile-robot vision, developing algorithms for the control and interactions of vision of robots.




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People Involved
Arya Saboury, Siavash BoroumandAli Ravari

MRTQ (Mobile Robot of Tehran University & Qazvin Islamic Azad University) which can be regarded as an embedded system, is made under FPGA concepts and has the ability to be connected to different models of memory. MRTQ is a mobile robot platform which is developed for research and educational purposes. Therefore, it is a special and appropriate platform for implementing various algorithms with help of high level language such as C. By having in mind the (Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)) performance in industrial and very noisy environments and also its high speed and parallel processing, the fuzzy logic for line tracking and obstacle avoidance of MRTQ is implemented on FPGA concept, which is the main contribution of this work. It should be noted that the main objective of this project consists in developing a completely FPGA-based mobile robot in which all the parts, including among others, the motor drive, navigation, communication and vision and sensor data fusion are implemented on FPGA.



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