HomePULSARvol. 1 no. 1 (2012)

Remote-Controlled Cannon

Gerojon B. Pascua | Joseph Ian M. Halangdon

Discipline: Engineering



This study developed a control mechanism which could adjust the position of the cannon head of a battle tank. The design sought to implement wireless control over a cannon head's inclination thereby pointing to the desired target area.

This research employed an experimental development method to facilitate the actual testing of the control gadget.

Findings showed adequate results that the device was able to provide certain adjustments on a cannon head's position.