—This research aims to design and make AGATOR
(Automatic Garbage Collector), a rotor robot model as
automatic garbage collector to counter accumulation of garbage
in the river which has no flow effectively and efficiently. The
method of implementation is design and construction. This
method includes the identification of needs, analysis of the
components required specifically, hardware and software
engineering, developing, and testing. The test results obtain
data by specification of AGATOR includes IC ATMega16 with
5 Volt voltage and 1,1 mAmpere current, IC Driver with 12 Volt
voltage and 1,2 Ampere current, and Limit switch as the
controller. Support devices of the robot are mechanical robot,
robot control system, sensor system, and actuator robot. The
maximum load drives the garbage receptacle until 5 kg. The
average speed of robot when take out the garbage is 0,26 m/s.
—Automatic, garbage, microcontroller, robot.
Osiany Nurlansa is with Yogyakarta State University, Indonesia (e-mail:
Cite: Osiany Nurlansa, Dewi Anisa Istiqomah, and Mahendra Astu Sanggha Pawitra, "AGATOR (Automatic Garbage Collector) as Automatic
Garbage Collector Robot Model," International Journal of Future Computer and Communication vol. 3, no. 5, pp. 367-371, 2014.