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Ajman University of science and technology College of Information Technology

Ajman University of science and technology College of Information TechnologyDepartment of Computer Engineering

Graduation project IIBLUETOOTH CONTROLLED ANDRIOD CAR

Maria Jihad 201111093Doaa Marzouk 201110165Supervisor : Engineer Rawhi al raai

OutlineIntroduction objectivesGeneral description componentsSoftware toolsBlock diagramSystem flowchartMobile application flowchartWarning flowchartWarning msg in mobile application flowchartsScreenshot of applicationproblemsFuture work Conclusion references

IntroductionBluetooth controlled android car consists of a cooperative subsystems that rely on and Control another subsystem.

The subsystems are divided into two main systems, the car and the remote control.

ObjectivesControlling robot car using smart phone.Design a system performs specific functions.Develop android application .Dealing with sensor interface with microcontrollerDealing with module interface with microcontroller

General descriptionThe final design will consist of vehicle and remote control, The PIC will be our central processing unit .

The vehicle and the remote control rely on communication from one device to the other to produce a functioning system.

The system is expected to allow user to simultaneously connect to vehicle through Bluetooth pairing between the android device and the Bluetooth chip on the vehicle and control the motion of the car.

PIC 18f4550Power sourceRegulatorled2 DC motor L293 motor drive Car vehicletoothpick 2.1 Bluetooth module Android device LOGO vibration sensor

Components

Software toolsc language to program the PIC microcontroller using MikroC PRO for PIC C complier for microchip

java language to develop the mobile application using ADT (Android Developer Tools) which is a plugin for Eclipse that provides a suite of tools that are integrated with the Eclipse IDE.

Block diagram

System flowchart

Mobile application flowchart

Warning flowchart

Warning msg in application flowchart

Screenshot of application

Problemscar front wheels has a balance problem , one of the wheels is higher than the other.

Android application is slow and stop working so we need to restart the application

Future work Using Wi-Fi technology instead of Bluetooth technology.

Add the accelerometer option to control the car

ConclusionWe were able to complete our project and produced a Bluetooth controlled android car that can be controlled through a smart phone.This opens door for wide range of possible similar applications.Assistant for professor .Assistant for housewife .Electrically powered wheelchair

ReferencesAllDataSheet.com, 2003-2015. Electronics component datasheet search. [Online] Available at: http://www.alldatasheet.com/[Accessed 14 april 2015].Android Developers , n.d. Android Developer Tools. [Online] Available at: https://developer.android.com/tools/help/adt.html[Accessed 8 May 2015].Android Developers, n.d. Activity. [Online] Available at: http://developer.android.com/reference/android/app/Activity.html[Accessed 15 May 2015].Android Developers, n.d. Bluetooth. [Online] Available at: http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/connectivity/bluetooth.html[Accessed 8 May 2015].

ReferencesAndroid Developers, n.d. Bluetooth Adapter. [Online] Available at: http://developer.android.com/reference/android/bluetooth/BluetoothAdapter.html[Accessed 8 May 2015].Android Developers, n.d. Bluetooth Socket. [Online] Available at: http://developer.android.com/reference/android/bluetooth/BluetoothSocket.html[Accessed 8 May 2015].Android Developers, n.d. Handler. [Online] Available at: http://developer.android.com/reference/android/os/Handler.html[Accessed 15 May 2015].Android Developers, n.d. Starting an Activity. [Online] Available at: http://developer.android.com/training/basics/activity-lifecycle/starting.html[Accessed 15 May 2015].

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