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Automatic safebox with cartesian robot

Grant number: 16/15463-4
Support type:Research Grants - Innovative Research in Small Business - PIPE
Duration: September 01, 2017 - February 28, 2018
Field of knowledge:Engineering - Electrical Engineering - Electrical, Magnetic and Electronic Circuits
Principal researcher:Stefano Guimarães Velludo
Grantee:Stefano Guimarães Velludo
Company:Exclusif Ltda. - EPP
City: Ribeirão Preto
Assoc. researchers: Alexsander Robles Garcia ; Bruno Ferreira da Silva


The search for security are becoming increasingly present in the lives of people due to the high number of registered police occurrences and among these occurrences the most common, according to the public security department of São Paulo, is a crime against property, where They were registered in the state of Sao Paulo 299 139 cases, about 60% of the total. Among the crimes against heritage we can highlight the thefts and robberies residence, where according to civil police state of São Paulo, only in the state capital are registered about 15 invasions residence a day, and unfortunately all are subject to go through such a situation. This technology is present in order to serve the population of class A, which often requires an efficient way to store valuables such as money or jewels, so we intend to develop an innovative automation technology directed at the safety deposit box residential, arranged in a mobile sized so it can be hidden two safes (one on top of another) and through the use of biometrics or a secret application smartphone with the look of a calculator developed in this project, you can enable a Cartesian robot for the appearance of safes which in turn have a password to open. Thinking about the criminal, to put a pre-registered finger on the biometric reader will trigger the robot so that it appears only safe up containing less valuable objects and satisfying the criminal's desire not to happen something serious to the owner, reducing the likelihood reaction. This will be done based on various research and testing starting with the appropriate choice of safes, molding them to mobile and testing along with the installation of the Cartesian robot looking for a practical maintenance, performing also testing for the weight of the mobile and possibility of being taken, will be made soon after the control portion of the creation and testing of the application and its duplication with the firmware applied to the microcontroller as a processing speed and tests false indications by the biometric reader. Hoping thus to achieve satisfactory results with respect to their technical feasibility for entering the phase 2. With the completion of this project, a priori, will bring significant impacts to the team and the intellectual growth and experience in R & D, impacts on society are also noticeable, taking into account an increase in residential security and advancement in technology for home automation, and as business impact, a product with high added value will be introduced in a growing market with high demand for the security sector. (AU)

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