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A Design and Implementation of Multiple RobotCar System based on Mobile
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A Design and Implementation of Multiple RobotCar System based on Mobile
Choi, Yue-soon; Joung, Suck-tae;
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 Abstract
The robot has a smart function with the development of mobile devices and provides safety and convenience to our lives. In this paper, we study multiple robotcar system based on mobile that can be controlled by remote control. Robotcar with arduino can be controlled from server, but it also designed to be controlled by mobile devices as controller's necessary. Besides, it have feature that many robotcars can be controlled at the same time by using several mobile devices which select each robotcar.
 Keywords
Multiple RobotCar System;Mobile devices;Server;Remote Control;
 Language
Korean
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