RC car with internet controlling.. ??

can anyone tell me how to control Car using GSM shield and internet? please give me some example cords...

No, we're not going to tell you how to do it. Simply because what you are asking is too big a question.

I suggest you first go and look at how each part of what you are planning works, and look at the different ways of controlling it. Find out how to use a GSM shield for internet connections. Learn how you can control a remote control car using an Arduino. Only then will you be in a position to actually ask your questions.

moek0000: can anyone tell me how to control Car using GSM shield and internet? please give me some example cords...

You would probably need to operate the arduino as a server, which would be difficult inside a cell phone provider network. Others have asked the same question without ever finding a solution.

You may be better off using a different technology than GSM, for instance using WiFi, or an ISM transceiver module to communicate with a base station with ethernet.

Thank you for replying me. I'm student from India. I just beginning with arduino. And I'm having arduino mega 2560 board. but I don't have GSM Shield. but I need to perches one. before buying it , I need to know will it possible to do so? so far I can control my car using arduino software. when I give commands it is moving. but I need to control it through Internet. I have search in so many souses. but they all are showing how to send SMS or make a call. but my target is something else. so please send me some links. where I can get some help.

thank you.

The problem with using GSM is that the majority (probably all) GSM providers route their internet traffic through at least one layer of NAT, and most do a certain amount of proxying and often recompression of images. Because of that you cannot communicate with the GSM directly from the outside world.

The best you could hope for would be to poll a website for instructions on a periodic basis, but of course that will be using up your data quota all the time even when you're not sending it instructions, and instructions won't be instant as it all depends how fast you probe the website.

I don't know what facilities are available on the GSM shield you are considering, but if a raw TCP/IP connection can be established to a custom server process running on a machine on the internet, that could be used as a channel for sending commands a little better. But of course I have no idea if that is even possible with a GSM shield.

please don't leave me blank. can you give me some suggestion? but I have to be careful with expenses also.

First we will need more information from you. What kind of range are you looking at for the car? Will it be within a specified range of a central point (say on a race track / obstacle course in a warehouse, for instance)? What kind of control interface do you require?

I need to develop a vehicle for fire detecting and send the signal to receiver. Initially I thought if it is internet controlling It's having large range. but at least I need to control withing 50 m range. I need to control the speed of vehicle. and turn left or right. ( I can do it when the Arduino board is connected to computer, and in the serial window , if I write "1" my vehicle move forward. and "2"for turn left. ) I need to make it wireless. but cheap method.

For 50m range maybe you should look at WiFi if you want an internet-style connection, or something smaller like Bluetooth (make sure it's high power bluetooth) or a pair of X-Bee modules or similar?

The below is a fairly simple setup to make a wifi bot using a wireless router and an arduino using an Ethernet shield. It could also support an IP cam for vision if needed.

http://www.lynxmotion.net/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=6343

Wow this is relay what I am looking for. But I'm very new to this Arduino and Ethernet shield. so can you guide me to make RC car with internet controlling. in this method. and how to add IP camera ?

moek0000:
Wow this is relay what I am looking for. But I’m very new to this Arduino and Ethernet shield. so can you guide me to make RC car with internet controlling. in this method. and how to add IP camera ?

It is your project, so you need to do the work. To start testing, you just need a wireless router with an arduino with Ethernet shield plugged into the router. If you already have a wireless router in your home computer setup, connect the arduino to it for initial testing and setup. Below is basic web page control html. You can copy the below code, paste in notepad, and save on the desktop as routerbot.htm for testing.

http://web.comporium.net/~shb/routerbot.htm

<HTML>
<HEAD>
<H3>Zoomkat's Routerbot
 Web Control Page</H3>
<TITLE>Zoomkat's Routerbot Control Page</TITLE>
</HEAD>
<BODY>

Foward-*Stop*-Reverse



<a href='http://192.168.1.102:84/?-1000-2000' target='inlineframe'>F-F</a>|
<a href='http://192.168.1.102:84/?-1450-1550' target='inlineframe'>S-F</a>|
<a href='http://192.168.1.102:84/?-1500-1500' target='inlineframe'>*-Stop-*</a>|
<a href='http://192.168.1.102:84/?-1550-1450' target='inlineframe'>S-R</a>|
<a href='http://192.168.1.102:84/?-2000-1000' target='inlineframe'>F-R</a>|




Turn-L-*Stop*-Turn-R


<a href='http://192.168.1.102:84/?-1000-1000' target='inlineframe'>F-L</a>|
<a href='http://192.168.1.102:84/?-1450-1450' target='inlineframe'>S-L</a>|
<a href='http://192.168.1.102:84/?-1500-1500' target='inlineframe'>*-Stop-*</a>|
<a href='http://192.168.1.102:84/?-1550-1550' target='inlineframe'>S-R</a>|
<a href='http://192.168.1.102:84/?-2000-2000' target='inlineframe'>F-R</a>|


<IFRAME name=inlineframe 
src='res://D:\WINDOWS\System32\shdoclc.dll/dnserror.htm' width=1 
height=1> this will hold the html answer of the moves
</IFRAME>

</body>
</html>

how can I add camera ?

moek0000: how can I add camera ?

You get an IP or wifi cam and embed its video feed in the web page.

Thank you for replying me. if I use the wi-fi router , how can I give power to it? and how it connect to the internet without modem ?

moek0000: Thank you for replying me. if I use the wi-fi router , how can I give power to it? and how it connect to the internet without modem ?

You connect it to the battery - make sure the voltage is right... and it doesn't need to be connected to the internet unless you are wanting to access it over the internet - you connect wirelessly to it - it just acts as a bridge.

moek0000: Thank you for replying me. if I use the wi-fi router , how can I give power to it? and how it connect to the internet without modem ?

My home wireless router is a Netgear that takes 12v, so I used a 12v rechargeable drill battery I had to power the router. You don't need a modem for the connection. The wireless router is a wifi access point, so you just connect your pc/laptop/smart phone, etc., to the router directly.

zoomkat:

moek0000: Thank you for replying me. if I use the wi-fi router , how can I give power to it? and how it connect to the internet without modem ?

My home wireless router is a Netgear that takes 12v, so I used a 12v rechargeable drill battery I had to power the router. You don't need a modem for the connection. The wireless router is a wifi access point, so you just connect your pc/laptop/smart phone, etc., to the router directly.

I suspect that internally you'll find it's all 5V and 3.3V (the main chip will be an ARM - probably broadcom or connexant, and that'll be 3.3V). You could either bypass the internal 5V regulator (which is probably a switching regulator) or take a 5V feed from that to power the Arduino, which would be more efficient than using the internal linear of the Arduino.

Also it would probably run off anything from 7V to lotsV, so a 2S LiPo (or similar arrangement) battery would do the job nicely.

That said, I wouldn't do it that way anyway, unless you happened to have those parts lying around already - I'd go for a WiFi shield and have the wireless access point static and powered from the mains. Much more convenient, and tidier too...