Affiliations 1 Assistant Professor, College of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Hail, Hail, Saudi Arabia 2 Dean, VelTech University, TamilNadu, India 3 College of Computer Science and Engineering, University of Hail, Hail, Saudi Arabia
At present the machinery and their effortlessness are incredibly essential things that compose our lives full of expediency. They can also be enhanced for employ in sensitive sites that cause a threat to human being. In general a group of people who are involved in agricultural. There are various difficulties they face throughout their works. Naturally the agriculture land is very complex to reach some of the places we are in. This study makes it easy to use a Wireless Ultrasonic Auto Navigation Robot (Wireless UAN Robot) to diminish the risk of injuries that might occur while walking or by car. The modern robot consists of a custom-made structure with a circular shape that is competent to navigate easily in most hazardous places and rotate in rigid spaces.
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