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Karthik Kc
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 · BengaluruIndia
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Firstly, we have to connect the Wlan to the arduino board through TICC3000. If that’s working, then the IO pins of Arduino should be controlled via the Internet. We will have to start off by interfacing WLAN to the Arduino. Arduino Web Robotics

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don’t wast your time to making u r bot controlling through internet… make it autonomous and cognitive…

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Karthik Kc
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 · BengaluruIndia
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Yes sir, cognitive sounds a fun thing to do but controlling through internet is not a waste of time as well. We can come up with an idea that can combine both Cognitive+Network connectivity. The design has to be board specific though.
Do you have suggestions on how to proceed with it?

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Steven Reubenstone
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do you have any supportive material i can read about interfacing wlan to arduino? Karthik Kc

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Sri Harsha Nimmagadda
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Interfacing WLAN(WI-FI) to the Arduino can be done by esp8266 module. The IO pins of Arduino can be controlled via the Internet. OR esp8266(12E) module has 17 IO pins which can be used directly insted of using Ardunio.

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Steven Reubenstone
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This is a wifi module? And what do you mean by “directly instead of Arduino”?

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Sri Harsha Nimmagadda
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yes . we can use this module’s giop pins to control other electronic devices such as relays eliminating the use of ardunio .

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