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    Default Need help exploring/reviewing final year project ideas

    Hi all,

    I am a Computer Systems Engineering student in a UK university and feel really connected to robotics India community. This is where I learnt most about robotics when I was in school (implemented the avr2313 in-system programmer and did some small programs, also controlled a RC car via parallel port).

    My passion for robotics has grown over the past few years and now that I can actually work on a project with full dedication and commitment, I feel lost as I can't decide on the final year project.

    I have options like "swarm robotics", "real time face recognition using FPGAs", etc. in university. I was hoping I could get a little more insight into what might be worth working on.

    I am not sure what sort of complex task I could accomplish using swarm robotics approach to get me an A. Also, real-time processing sounds interesting. Any other project ideas would also be worth exploring.

    I have about 6 months (2 days/week) = 360 hrs(total) - 144 hrs(for testing) = 216hrs to implement the project and do the report.

    Any help would be really helpful.

    Thank you for your time,

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    Swarm Robots is nice ...

    Why not try to use these robots as battlefield motoring robots. Robots with seismic , magnetic , sound sensors etc which collective process info and the give Command and control station a overview of things going on, maybe a real time map of the battle field.

    There are many challanages which will come up , Stuff like time synchronization for sound localization ( if you want ), Weather processing is on site or off site, security of the communication b/w motes etc etc .

    just giving ideas .
    Vikas Patial

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