Operación remota de un robot móvil usando un teléfono inteligente

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Carlos Alberto Flores Vázquez http://orcid.org/0000-0002-5159-9469
Fco. Abiud Rojas de Silva G.
Karla A. Trejo Ramírez

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sistemas remotos, redes neuronales, robot móvil, teléfono inteligente, acelerómetro.

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En este artículo se presenta un acercamiento al mando a distancia de un robot móvil que emplea un teléfono inteligente para comandarlo. La idea principal es recolectar los datos generados por el acelerómetro incluido en el teléfono inteligente. Los datos son los resultados de mover el teléfono en la dirección de los ejes Y y Z. Tales datos serán usados para entrenar dos redes neuronales que definirán la dirección del movimiento del robot móvil. Las salidas obtenidas de las redes neuronales serán procesadas para calcular y trazar la trayectoria, que es determinada por el modelo cinemático para un robot móvil tipo triciclo.
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