Autonomous Mobile Robot Motion Control for Hospital Disinfection

Authors

  • Qassim Haichel Researcher, Baghdad University, Al- Khwarizmi College of Engineering, Iraq
  • Ahmed Rahman Assistant Professor. Ahmed Rahman, Baghdad University, Al- Khwarizmi College of Engineering, Iraq

Keywords:

mobile robot, Probabilistic Roadmap (PRM), pure pursuit, Kinematic Model

Abstract

As our society develops, robotic systems become indispensable. In producing automation can be used for scanning the impure areas in hospital.  In this article MATLAB's "Robotics System Toolbox," to simulate robot navigation. This essay attempts to demonstrate the efficacy of two path planning techniques: pure-pursuit and the probabilistic roadmap (PRM). To compare the performances of four maps, whose difficulty was gradually increased. For PRM, the number of nodes was first set after the map had been loaded. Initial and final positions were then established. Following that, the program built a possible network of links between the nodes at the start and goal locations. Finally, the algorithm analyzed this network of connected nodes to return a collision-free path. In pure-pursuit, the algorithm's main goal is to select a suitable look-ahead distance. In its most basic form, The Pure Pursuit algorithm examines the difference in heading between the current vehicle and the objective point along the course. It is a proportional controller. The effectiveness of the Pure Pursuit algorithm implementations was tested in a variety of situations. The algorithm used in all of the tests followed a straight path between high level waypoints. It's necessary to keep in mind that PRM path position was the only navigation sensor employed in these studies when analyzing their results.

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2022-09-18

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Qassim Haichel, & Ahmed Rahman. (2022). Autonomous Mobile Robot Motion Control for Hospital Disinfection. American Academic Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences, 90(1), 1–12. Retrieved from https://www.asrjetsjournal.org/index.php/American_Scientific_Journal/article/view/7989

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