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Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC)
ISSN : 27155056     EISSN : 27155072     DOI : https://doi.org/10.18196/jrc
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) is an international open-access journal published by Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta. The journal invites students, researchers, and engineers to contribute to the development of theoretical and practice-oriented theories of Robotics and Control. Its scope includes (but not limited) to the following: Manipulator Robot, Mobile Robot, Flying Robot, Autonomous Robot, Automation Control, Programmable Logic Controller (PLC), SCADA, DCS, Wonderware, Industrial Robot, Robot Controller, Classical Control, Modern Control, Feedback Control, PID Controller, Fuzzy Logic Controller, State Feedback Controller, Neural Network Control, Linear Control, Optimal Control, Nonlinear Control, Robust Control, Adaptive Control, Geometry Control, Visual Control, Tracking Control, Artificial Intelligence, Power Electronic Control System, Grid Control, DC-DC Converter Control, Embedded Intelligence, Network Control System, Automatic Control and etc.
Articles 286 Documents
Artifical Intelligence Librarian as Promotion of IAIN Lhokseumawe Library in the Revolutionary Era 4.0 Hayani, Aida; Aprilia Sari, Evi; Sukiman, Sukiman
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 2, No 2 (2021): March (Forthcoming Issue)
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Era 4.0. is a revolution in the industrial world, in the era referred to as the phenomenon distruptive innovation. In the industrial era 4.0, the emphasis lies on the digital economy pattern, artificial intelligence (artificial intelligence) big data, robotics, and automation. The impact of the industrial era 4.0 influential in various fields of work are no exception librarians. Librarian is someone who has the ability and expertise librarianship the librarians in charge to prepare themselves to face the era that is the way to equip themselves with information technology and analytical capabilities of the library so that airport users effective. Then by applying a librarian AI (artificial intelligence) to guide users in using the integrated library information. The presence of librarians AI (artificial intelligence) at IAIN Lhokseumawe made of evidence that has entered the era of disruption 4.0 will be the college library promotion strategy.
Modeling of 2-DOF Hexapod Leg Using Analytical Method Wajiansyah, Agusma; Supriadi, Supriadi; Gaffar, Achmad Fanany Onnilita; Putra, Arief Bramanto Wicaksono
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 2, No 5 (2021): September (Forthcoming Issue)
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Walking robot is one type of mobile platform that has locomotion type "walking." DOF (Degree Of Freedom) is one of essential character for the design of robot mechanism based on its models. Legs are the critical parts of the walking robot structure. The legged robot is the walking robot biologically adopted from animal or insect behavior, especially in their walking routine. The hexapod robot is one of the most statically stable legged robots and has high flexibility when standing or moving which supported by six legs that can be easily manipulated. For modeling needs and its validation, it is desirable to control each DOF in the space of Cartesian coordinate although motor system needs the reference inputs in the joint space. In this case, it needs to know the conversion between Cartesian and joint space, inverse, and forward kinematics. This study presents a kinematic model of the 2-DOF hexapod leg. This study aimed to build a kinematic model of the 2-DOF hexapod leg using an analytical approach. Analytically, the working mechanism of the robot can be modeled using forward and inverse kinematic models. In this method, this modeling is derived mathematically from the projection analysis of the movement in a certain coordinate space. The model validation was performed using the MATLAB tool and the Robotic Toolbox. The results of this study showed that the results of the inverse kinematic process have the same output signal pattern compare to the input signal pattern of the forward kinematic process.
Autotuning Fuzzy PID Controller for Speed Control of BLDC Motor Kristiyono, Roedy; Wiyono, Wiyono
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 2, No 5 (2021): September (Forthcoming Issue)
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The PID control system is widely used for industrial machine control processes. The success of PID control is determined by tuning PID parameters. In PID control the tuning is carried out offline without taking into account changes that occur in the plant and the disturbances that arise. This study aims to optimize PID parameters online by taking into account the changes that occur in the plant and the disturbances that arise using fuzzy logic-based controls and tested on a BLDC motor which is a non-linear system. Set PID parameters with fuzzy logic using a combination of 49 if-then rules. To set proper PID parameters in real time, a two-level control system was built. The first level to define PID parameters by finding the minimum and maximum values of  kp, ki and kd by the reaction method curve. The second level is designing the Fuzzy system to automatically set the PID parameters, then formulating a combination of 49 fuzzy if-then rules to get the value kp, ki, kd, error and change in delta error value. Testing of set point changes at BLDC Motor loads with no load and 0.5kg load and changes in speed get a response from the PID control system with an average value of 0.025 seconds rise time, 0.1625 seconds preset time, and 15.98% overshoot. While the Fuzzy PID control produces an average rise time value of 0.0025 seconds, preset time 0.057 seconds, overshoot of 5.42%.
Light Control Using Human Body Temperature Based on Arduino Uno and PIR (Passive Infrared Receiver) Sensor Perkasa, Reza; Wahyuni, Refni; Melyanti, Rika; -, Herianto; Irawan, Yuda
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 2, No 4 (2021): July (Forthcoming Issue)
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This study aims to implement the PIR sensor, Arduino UNO and 2 channel relay Module to automatically turn on the lights in the classroom at the STMIK Hang Tuah Pekanbaru campus, where the classes at the Hang Tuah Pekanbaru STMIK campus still use manual switches as controllers lights on. Therefore, a device is designed that can control the lights by using movements detected by the PIR sensor and processed using a computer.This system functions to turn on the lights automatically when someone enters the classroom and turn off the lights automatically when no one is in the class. The hardware used is Arduino Uno microcontroller, PIR motion sensor, 2 channel relay module, and 1.5 volt flashlight. The software for making programs is Arduino IDE where the programming language used is the C programming language. The test results show that the PIR sensor can detect the movement of people entering or leaving a room.
Folding Clothes Tool Using Arduino Uno Microcontroller And Gear Servo Irawan, Yuda; Wahyuni, Refni; Fonda, Hendry
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 2, No 3 (2021): May (Forthcoming Issue)
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Folding clothes is one of the homework that is often done for housewives, from a survey conducted on 200 housewives in Pekanbaru, the problem is that many housewives choose to fold family clothes by hand, this takes time and the energy to do the job. Based on these problems, the authors designed a microcontroller with a servo motor as a practical medium in folding the clothes applied to the clothes folding tool, where the author uses the Hardware Programming Methodology in order to carry out this research smoothly, the materials needed in this research are Arduino Uno, Gear. Servo, Power Supply, and software components. The result of this research is the creation of an automatic clothes folding device that is useful for simplifying household chores. From the test results, it can be concluded that this tool can fold clothes with a duration of 2 seconds.
Dehydration level detector through human urine with LED and LDR Loniza, Erika; Catur Dhamayanti, Dewanti; Safitri, Meilia
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 2, No 3 (2021): May (Forthcoming Issue)
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Dehydration is a condition where the body are lack of fluids. It is because the amount of fluid that enter in the body is less of fluid than the discharge. Dehydration is something that cannot be ignored. The high incidence of dehydration is due to the difficulty of seeing the signs and symptoms of dehydration for ordinary people. This tool is designed to handle the level of human dehydration by seeing whether the urine is normal or abnormal, whether is it mild dehydration, or severe dehydration. It can handled based on the color of the urine using a tool named Light Emitting Diode Sensor (LED) and a light dependent resistor (LDR). Tool innovation is the use of rechargeable batteries and a charger module to make it easier for users to recharge exhausted batteries. On the LCD also displays the proportion of the battery to make it easier for users to see the remaining battery weaponry. This tool is expected to be able to check the dehydration among the public in order to achieve the public health status. After the process of designing, testing, collecting and analyzing data on 15 samples and reading 20 times for each sample, the result is that the tool can work well, can measure the level of dehydration according to the human urine with an average value of 62.10. The reading results that appear on the LCD are the same or according to the level of dehydration shown on the urine color chart.
Survey on IoT: Security Threats and Applications Ahmad, Irfan; Saber Niazy, Mohammad; Ahmad Ziar, Riaz; Khan, Sabawoon
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 2, No 1 (2021): January
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the rapid growth of the internet of things (IoT) in the world in recent years is due to its wide range of usability, adaptability, and smartness. Most of the IoT applications are performing jobs an automatic manner without interactions of human or physical objects. It’s required that the current and upcoming devices will be smart, efficient and able to provide the services to the users to implement such a new technology with a secure manner. Thus the security issues are exploring day by day by the researchers. IoT devices are most portable and light in nature so it has several issues such as battery consumption, memory, and as these devices are working open range so the most important is security. In this survey paper, we have elaborated on the security attacks with reference to the different kinds of IoT layers. In the last, we have presented some of the applications of the IoT. This study will provide assistance to the researchers and manufacturers to evaluate and decrease the attacks range on IoT devices.
Control of DC Motor Using Integral State Feedback and Comparison with PID: Simulation and Arduino Implementation Ma'arif, Alfian; Rahmat Setiawan, Naural
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 2, No 5 (2021): September (Forthcoming Issue)
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The Direct Current (DC) motor is widely applied in various implementations. The main problem in the DC motor is controlling the angular speed on the specific reference. This research then proposed an integral state feedback design for tracking control in DC motor, with Simulink Matlab simulation and the Arduino hardware implementation. The results will be compared with the implementation of the PID controller. The integral state feedback controller can handle the system to reach the setpoint with good performance in the simulations, even with changing different poles and setpoints. In the hardware implementation, the current sensor (INA219) and encoder sensor are used since all state variables need to be calculated. Based on the result, the controller can reach the setpoint stably with oscillation. Similar results are showed in simulations with different setpoints. Compared with the PID Controller, the integral state feedback controller has a better response with faster rise time and faster settling time.
Design of a Continuous Passive Motion (CPM) Machine for Wrist Joint Therapy Noviyanto, Antonius Hendro; Septilianingtyas, Laurentia Deby; Rahmawati, Dita
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 2, No 4 (2021): July (Forthcoming Issue)
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Patients after joint surgery require passive movements that are carried out continuously. The movement is given to the patient to reduce the stiffness that occurs in the joints after joint surgery. Joint stiffness is characterized by pain and limited motion of the joint, which is caused due to reduced synovial fluid. Synovial fluid in the joints can be reduced if the joint is not moved for a long time. This research will design a wrist joint therapy machine that can be moved flexion, extension, ulnar, and radial. Besides that, the device to be designed can be adjusted the angle of movement of the tool and the speed of movement of the tool. The angles of movement that can be reached are (1) flexion movement: 80 ° movement angle, (2) extension movement: 75 ° movement angle, (3) radial movement: 25 ° movement angle, and (4) ulnar movement: movement angle 39 °. Adjustable speeds include 1 RPM, 2 RPM, and 3 RPM. In the result of the testing device, we find the maximum difference of movement in 2° and the speed of rotation we have the difference in 0.5 seconds. Based on experiments that have been done, the tool can be controlled in accordance with the desired movement settings.
Automatic Wireless Nurse Caller Widadi, Sigit; Al Badrun Munir, Sultan; Shahu, Nishith; Ahmad, Irfan; Al Barazanchi, Israa
Journal of Robotics and Control (JRC) Vol 2, No 5 (2021): September (Forthcoming Issue)
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The nurse caller device is used as a special communication device between the patient and the nurse within the hospital area as a means of speeding the nurse's time response in providing immediate care to the patient. The designed wireless-based nurse caller device made installation easier and neater. The remote used a Bluetooth module MH-10 connected to the ATMega8 microcontroller as the sender and receiver. The data process using a microcontroller ATMega8 produced characters on the LCD, turned on the LED, and activated the buzzer to call the nurse. The results of the test on the device showed that the farthest distance taken by the HM-10 Bluetooth module in the open area (outdoor) was about 45 meters, and the closed area (indoor) was about 20 meters.

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