IoT based Speed Control Semi-Autonomous On-Road Electric Cargo Vehicle
Contains Design Files, Schematic, Graphcal Abstract, Data Set, Flow Chart, Test Architecture, Simulation & Test Results
Steps to reproduce
Build instructions: The project follows a traditional breadboard PCB based component population approach to simulate the system under discussion at the test bench within a controlled lab environment. Pin-outs used are listed as shown in the figure above. Detailed files are also available in the link https://osf.io/wbr7z/. Two separate +12 V & +4.5 V power sources are to be used. An oscilloscope needs to be used to monitor the output, which is a controlled PWM signal from micro-controller to implement the recommended regulated vehicle speed. Operation instructions: • Power sources must be at constant +12 VDC and +4.5 VDC, throughout the simulation. • The Vehicle speed and motor speed can be set using the 2 Potentiometers via ATMEGA16. • Every time, when the vehicle speed or motor speed is set, verify the values set using an oscilloscope. This can come in handy for debugging when there are deviations. • The proximity detection is provided through a serial input. Before starting the experimental simulation, please make sure Serial communications are in working condition. • Parameters like SoC, SoH, Payload and Tire Pressure are assumed to be in normal operating ranges throughout the duration of the experiment.