ARDUINO BASED DRY & WET AUTOMATIC FLOOR CLEANER
Keywords:Automated, Robotics, Emphasis, Sterilization, Arduino
Automatic floor cleaner is an automated machine that facilitates the user to keep their place clean and hygienic. Many industries are working in the automation field to make autonomous cleaners. This paper deals with the development of automatic floor cleaner. Now a day’s major emphasis is given on the field of robotics for decreasing human efforts. Our aim is to construct a floor cleaner which will be fully automatic providing dry and wet cleaning as well as UV sterilization. The current market is occupied by cleaners with only one or two functionality. For its cost reduction and simplicity, we are using Arduino. The cleaner will be a step for providing comfortable life by resolving problems in traditional floor cleaning methods.
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