Cluster Computing

, Volume 22, Supplement 3, pp 5135–5150 | Cite as

The video intelligent car based on wireless sensor

  • Qun Yin
  • Jianbo ZhangEmail author
  • Xinkai Wang
  • Si Liu


This paper mainly covers the wireless video intelligent car made of hardware and the design of software programming. It uses the idea of modularization in the design of hardware, STC12C5A60S2 single-chip microcomputer as the master control chip, and STC89C52RC MCU as the auxiliary control chip. The peripheral circuit modules include Wi-Fi camera monitoring HC-06 module, serial communication module, Bluetooth GPS positioning module, LCD12864 module, DC deceleration motor and L298N driver module, voice BY8301-16 p playback module, TTP223 touch sensor module, the infrared sensor of obstacle avoidance module, active buzzer alarm module, lighting module, power supply circuit, reset circuit, etc. Software is designed with the Keil-Vision5 write master program and the auxiliary control chip. Bluetooth intellectual control App on the Android mobile phone is adopted to write PC serial port to send data to the PC installation SYSM—Monitor monitoring software view and to check the state of the smart car and then the data is displayed on the screen through LCD12864. Wireless video intelligent car adopts modular design, and each modules are independent, but they also connected with each other. Operator can select button on Android phones (forward, backward, turn left, turn right, music playback, far and near light, anti-theft alarm and other key) to control the smart car, smart car Wi-Fi camera, and at the same time, feeds back its status and data on the LCD12864 LCD screen (time, longitude, latitude, altitude) transmitted to a PC SYSM—monitoring software of the Monitor screen, which is convenient for operating personnel to acquire visual images and control the smart car. In addition, the intelligent car also bears the anti-theft alarm function. The smart car buzzer will alarm as a response of the operator’s touch, if the operator has lifted the permission of the police.


Smart car Monitoring Wi-Fi Bluetooth technology Serial port GPS-positioning 



This work was supported by IPIS2012.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Kunming University of Science and TechnologyKunmingChina
  2. 2.Oxbridge College, Kunming University of Science and TechnologyKunmingChina
  3. 3.Xiangtan UniversityHunanChina

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