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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 1, January 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Automated Wheel Chair Using Multiple Methods In Android Technology

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AUTHOR(S)

V. Gokula Krishnan, V. Divya

 

KEYWORDS

Electronic Wheel Chair, Healthcare, Transportation.

 

ABSTRACT

The wide spread prevailing loss of limbs in everyday situation because of wars, mishaps, accidents, age and medical issues. The main aim of the project is to automate the Control of Wheelchair movements with all directions and producing the emergency alert as well. Elderly peoples can't walk; we have to deal with these peoples each day. Thus, we are utilizing the wheelchair for transporting these peoples. It is difficult for the incapacitated and elderly individuals to move a mechanical wheelchair, which huge numbers of them typically use for velocity. Subsequently there is a requirement for outlining a wheelchair that is clever and gives simple transportation to the physically-challenged peoples as well as elderly peoples. In this specific circumstance, an endeavor has been made to propose an idea controlled wheelchair, which utilizes the caught signals from the client's activity and procedures it to control the wheelchair. The triggers which are caught are converted into movement triggers by the microcontroller which thus moves the wheelchair. For all the entire system properly supports the elderly people to supplement their physical illness and provides an wonderful solution to live the independent life without other’s physical needs for moving from one place to other place in respective places.

 

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