Sistema Alternativo en Manejo de Maquinaria a Través de un Guante Sensorial

Translated title of the contribution: Alternative System in Machinery Management Through a Sensory Glove

David Orlando Romero Mogrovejo, Alejandro Tapia, Luis Javier Serpa Andrade

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Abstract

Industry, home automation, home automation, comfort, automation of processes is becoming more accessible in the environment, due to its high efficiency in processes and the optimization of resources, the standard devices offered in the environment do not allow configuration of its input variables and therefore the manipulation and adaptation to the needs of the end user, resulting in the accessibility of the user of the embedded system. In this project, a sensory glove is proposed with a view to its use in industrial environments, in remote control for a home, designed in a general way and attachable for people with motor disabilities, by having movement sensors such as gyroscopes and flexion and pressure sensors. they can be programmed in a microcontrolled system and thus give execution orders or simulate the movements of a team, in this case a model of a robot with four degrees of freedom was made, the gyroscope by collecting distances and accelerations give values of position and precision, the bending sensor being an analog device gives us a chain of values that is used with a position regulator, the correct operation of the servomotors with coordination and precision of 90% has been achieved.
Translated title of the contributionAlternative System in Machinery Management Through a Sensory Glove
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
Title of host publicationInclusión, Discapacidad y Educación: Enfoque Práctico Desde las Tecnologías Emergentes
PublisherEditorial Abya-Yala
Pages75-82
ISBN (Print)978-9978-10-270-1
StatePublished - 1 May 2017

CACES Knowledge Areas

  • 116A Computer Science

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