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NAFED FEAST DEVELOPER'S MEET 2019

Have you register for VSSC ISRO's Feast Developer's Meet 2019? We need your valuable feedback from below choices

VSSC is organizing fourth National Finite Element Developer's / FEASTSMT user's meet at DAE Convention Center, Mumbai. The one day event is planned on december 09, 2019.

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SVR ECG

SVR ECG
  1. Light weight, small size and capable of simultaneous acquiring all 12 channels of ECG in Real time.
  2. Operates on commonly available rechargeable mobile battery.
  3. Can record ECG of multiple patients in single recharge.
  4. Lead Fail Alarm to indicate improper lead connection.
  5. No special mobile application required for viewing reports.

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Flexible Robot / Flexible 4 Axis SVR SCARA Robot

Flexible Robot (Patient Assistant Robot) / Flexible 4 Axis SVR SCARA Robot is a robot developed mainly for bedridden patients having serious injuries or physically challenged, such people would need tablets or glass of water etc. which will not be possible for them to take on their own. For such people patient assistant robot is developed.

Pick & Place Robot

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The Pick & Place Robot is a microcontroller based mechatronic system that detects the object, picks that object from source location and places at desired location. For detection of object, infrared sensors are used which detect presence of object as the transmitter to receiver path for infrared sensor is interrupted by placed object.

Articulated Robot (Hast)

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Flexible Robot (Patient Assistant Robot) / Flexible 4 Axis SVR SCARA Robot is a robot developed mainly for bedridden patients having serious injuries or physically challenged, such people would need tablets or glass of water etc. which will not be possible for them to take on their own. For such people patient assistant robot is developed.

SELF BALANCING ROBOT

Two wheeled self-balancing robot, which is based on an inverted pendulum system, is dynamically stable but statically unstable. The robot involves various physics and control theories. This project describes the modeling of the two wheeled self-balancing robot, designs the robot controller using PID and implements the controller on the robot. In this project, an inertial measurement unit (IMU) is used, which combines accelerometer and gyroscope measurement in order to estimate and obtain the tilt angle of the robot. The PID controller is applied to correct the error between the desired set point and the actual tilt angle and adjust the dc motor speed accordingly to balance the robot. The result obtained shows that the PID controller is able to balance the robot acceptably but with some limitations. The simulation result of the model is compared with the developed hardware and the performance of the controller is analyzed and discussed.