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Coil Gun Turret Control Using A Camera

Iflachah, Emillia and Purnomo, Didik and Sulistijono, Indra Adji (2011) Coil Gun Turret Control Using A Camera. EEPIS Final Project .

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    ABSTRACT --- A conventional weapon usually by pointing to the target aimed by using hands. It is considered less effective and efficient in terms of military service because of spending lots of time to chase the target. So needed a tool to move the weapon automatically. This final project present about object tracking in a weapon and it’s turret, that will be controlled by camera. The camera is used to detect moving targets based on a particular color. In a image sequence consisting of many different objects, accompanied by a different background, this system will be able to distinguish between the target or not. Camera detection is done by taking moving images with color composition that has been determined. Then, The image resolution is resized of the smallest of camera’s resolutions, that is 320x240. Smaller image size are intended for the system’s working to be faster. Capturing image process is use segmentation object process in digital image processing which aims to separate the object region with background. The weapon that will be used, have two degrees of freedom. Maximum 360 degrees rotation in x axis, and maximum 90 degrees in y axis. Both of them using brushed DC motor. At the direction of the y- axis motion required a gear for transmitting power between motor shaft and the shaft, so the shaft is not directly connected to the motor and no distortion. Turret have been designed had four buffers as a solid foundation to bear the entire load. Communication between the camera and weapons carried out by using the cable. Turret will be controlled using the PD control which is expected to reach a position with a quick reference. Key Words: Object tracking, Digital Image Processing, Image sequence, PD (Proposional Deravative) Control

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA75 Electronic computers. Computer science
    Q Science > QA Mathematics > QA76 Computer software
    Divisions: Faculty of Engineering, Science and Mathematics > School of Engineering Sciences
    Depositing User: Miss Emillia Iflachah
    Date Deposited: 08 Aug 2011 16:10
    Last Modified: 08 Aug 2011 16:10

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