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AKILLI SİSTEMLER VE UYGULAMALARI DERGİSİ
JOURNAL OF INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS WITH APPLICATIONS
J. Intell. Syst. Appl.
E-ISSN: 2667-6893
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Electromagnetic Weaponed Anti Terrorism Robot

Electromanyetik Silahlı Terörle Mücadele Robotu

How to cite: Demir M. Electromagnetic weaponed anti terrorism robot. Akıllı Sistemler ve Uygulamaları Dergisi (Journal of Intelligent Systems with Applications) 2021; 4(1): 24-30. DOI: 10.54856/jiswa.202105146

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Title: Electromagnetic Weaponed Anti Terrorism Robot

Abstract: This article proposes the integration of electromagnetic weapons on a robot, design and construction of an electromagnetic armed robot, autonomous targeting of possible targets with the electromagnetic weapon, and the features a electromagnetic armed safety robot should have. Unlike traditional user-targeted field security robot approaches, the robot mentioned in this study detects potential threats in the task area with image processing and artificial intelligence techniques, so the user can accurately identify and autonomously target targets without the need for controlled targeting. Unlike today’s armed robots, an electromagnetic armed robot, which will be a new literature study, has been developed to create a reference path. An electromagnetic weapon that can be carried by a robot is produced and integrated into the robot and a new armed robot approach with electromagnetic weapon is introduced. Various methods are proposed considering the range restriction of electromagnetic weapons and possible targeting errors of the robot user. A control algorithm has been developed to have the most appropriate targeting under the dynamic constraints of the robot and user for target tracking. Prototyping and experiments show the ability of an autonomous security robot with an autonomous targeting system to troubleshoot user problems and targeting problems. In addition, various methods and recommendations are provided for the features that a electromagnetic armed security robot working in the field should have.

Keywords: Unmanned vehicle; electromagnetic weapon; object targeting; military robot; defense systems


Başlık: Electromanyetik Silahlı Terörle Mücadele Robotu

Özet: Bu makale, elektromanyetik silahların bir robota entegrasyonunu, elektromanyetik silahlı bir robotun tasarımını ve yapımını, elektromanyetik silahla olası hedeflerin otonom olarak hedeflenmesini ve bir elektromanyetik silahlı güvenlik robotunun sahip olması gereken özellikleri önermektedir. Bu çalışmada adı geçen robot, geleneksel kullanıcı hedefli saha güvenlik robotu yaklaşımlarından farklı olarak, görev alanındaki potansiyel tehditleri görüntü işleme ve yapay zeka teknikleriyle tespit ederek, kullanıcı kontrollü hedeflemeye ihtiyaç duymadan hedefleri doğru bir şekilde belirleyip otonom olarak hedef almasını sağlamaktadır. Günümüz silahlı robotlarından farklı olarak, yeni bir literatür çalışması olacak elektromanyetik silahlı bir robot, bir referans yol oluşturmak için geliştirilmiştir. Robot tarafından taşınabilen elektromanyetik bir silah üretilip robota entegre edilerek elektromanyetik silahlı yeni bir silahlı robot yaklaşımı tanıtılmıştır. Elektromanyetik silahların menzil sınırlaması ve robot kullanıcısının olası hedefleme hataları dikkate alınarak çeşitli yöntemler önerilmektedir. Hedef takibi için robot ve kullanıcının dinamik kısıtlamaları altında en uygun hedeflemeye sahip olacak şekilde bir kontrol algoritması geliştirilmiştir. Prototipleme ve deneyler, otonom bir hedefleme sistemine sahip otonom bir güvenlik robotunun kullanıcı sorunlarını ve hedefleme sorunlarını giderme yeteneğini göstermektedir. Ayrıca sahada çalışan elektromanyetik silahlı bir güvenlik robotunun sahip olması gereken özellikler için çeşitli yöntemler ve öneriler sunulmaktadır.

Anahtar kelimeler: İnsansız kara aracı; elekromanyetik silah; nesne hedefleme; askeri robot; savunma sistemleri


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