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Application Project Paper about: Ground Minesweeper robot.
In this course, you will be required to develop a project paper demonstrating an understanding of the course topics by analyzing, evaluating, and developing recommendations
supporting use of an unmanned system design/configuration to meet a task manually performed by humans or that is uncontrolled. For this project, you will need to perform the following:
· Identify a task currently performed by another system (e.g., manned or uncontrollable) that an unmanned system would be well suited to perform.
· Discuss the perceived need of the system (why an unmanned system would be preferable, benefits and advantages) based on a current issue with the existing manner of performing the task.
· Compare and contrast possible unmanned system platforms and designs appropriate for the task.
· Evaluate and discuss the considerations (technological, social, environmental, and political) associated with an unmanned system application solution, including contributing factors, end effects, and legal, ethical, and safety concerns.
· Formulate a specific solution or research strategy to address the perceived need, including any appropriate recommendations or conclusions.
· Utilize an appropriate research method and statistical analysis (if applicable) to obtain data and reference materials to support your work.
· Recommend future research strategies to better understand the issue and add to the collective body of knowledge associated with unmanned systems.
While it is good to have a solid background to the problem, an earlier engagement of or disclosure of the the idea of using UGV’s to detect and clear a mine field would keep a reader who is scanning your document for the purpose of a scholarly peer review, with a subject matter of how to use UGV’s to clear mine fields.
Clean up the fields and saving lives of military personnel. Discussing the pros and cons.
-The American Association for the Advancement of Science (Dec 1995) Robot mine detector
https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.libproxy.db.erau.edu/docview/213563048/fulltext/23CBECD6771B48D2PQ/1?accountid=27203 -Najjaran, Homayoun; Goldenberg, Andrew A.(2005)Landmine detection using an autonomous terrain-scanning robot.
-Kuo-Lan Su, Hsu-Shan Su, Sheng-Wen Shiao,Jr-Hung Guo (Dec 2011)Motion planning for a landmine-detection robot.
https://link-springer-com.ezproxy.libproxy.db.erau.edu/article/10.1007%2Fs10015-011-0879-y -Debenest P, Fukushima EF, Hirose S (2002) Gryphon-I-buggy robot for field applications on uneven terrain. SICE Annual Conference, Osaka, Japan, pp 397–402. Retrieved from https://ieeexplore-ieee-org.ezproxy.libproxy.db.erau.edu/abstract/document/1195204 -Alaa Khamis (Feb 2015) Minesweepers uses robotics’ awesomeness to raise awareness about landmines & explosive remnants of war Retrieved from https://robohub.org/minesweepers-uses-robotics-awesomeness-to-raise-awareness-about-landmines-explosive-remnants-of-war/ -Meghan Hennessey (Jan 22, 2014)Robot used for lifesaving humanitarian research in minesweeping. Retrieved from https://www.clearpathrobotics.com/blog/2014/01/minesweeping-robot/