This page provides access to research works by Dr. Mohd Sani bin Mohamad Hashim, currently a Senior Lecturer of School of Mechatronic Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP).

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Skills and Expertise:Finite Element Analysis,Structural Analysis,Finite Element Modeling Robotics,Mechanical Engineering,Mechatronics,Finite Element Method,Mobile Robotics and Green Technology.

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  • Development of a webcam based lux meter 

    Abdul Halim, Ismail; Muhamad Safwan, Muhamad Azmi; M. A, Hashim; Mohd Nasir, Ayob; Mohd Sani, Mohamad Hashim, Dr.; Hassrizal, Hassan Basri (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2013-04)
    The amount of light is an important issue in several scenarios ranging from scenic design, light pollution study, robots navigation, occupational health and safety, illumination engineering, agriculture, medical appliances ...
  • Time-critical trajectory planning for a car-like robot in unknown environments 

    Mohd Sani, Mohamad Hashim; Tien-Fu, Lu (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2013-04)
    This paper presents a trajectory planning and realtime control of a nonholonomic mobile robot in a static environment. The trajectory is generated based on a geometric approach for a nonholonomic mobile robot. The trajectory ...
  • Dynamic obstacle avoidance approach for car-like robots in dynamic environments 

    Mohd. Sani, Mohamad Hashim; Tien-Fu, Lu; Hassrizal, Hassan Basri (Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), 2012-12-03)
    In this paper, a new dynamic obstacle avoidance approach for nonholonomic mobile robots in dynamic environments is presented. In dynamic environments, the mobile robot is expected to encounter and safely avoid the obstacles ...
  • Performance of a time-dependent motion planning approach for a car-like robot in static environments 

    Mohd. Sani, Mohamad Hashim; Tien-Fu, Lu (Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP)School of Mechatronic Engineering, 2012-02-27)
    Trajectory planning and obstacle avoidance are very important issues to obtain a smooth and collision-free navigation for an autonomous mobile robot. In this paper, the performance of a time-dependent motion planning ...