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Title: Demonstration of Wireless Power Transfer and Magnetic Field Sensing with Applications to Autonomous Systems
Authors: dogariu, Eric
Advisors: Chen, Minjie
Liu, Ming
Department: Electrical Engineering
Certificate Program: Robotics & Intelligent Systems Program
Class Year: 2020
Abstract: As society progresses, there is a burgeoning need for automated systems and intelligent robotics that can replenish their own power wirelessly without human intervention. These robots and systems controlled by artificial intelligence need to be independent from human beings and be able to flexibly adapt to changing environments. This project seeks to demonstrate a biologically-inspired system where the robot is able to integrate readings from distance, orientation, and magnetic field sensors in order to accurately complete tasks, avoid obstacles, and find the position of strongest magnetic field to charge its battery through wireless power transfer. Furthermore, 2 robots interface with each other and a relay module using Bluetooth in order to coordinate their movements in order to find the position of strongest magnetic field inside a tank, plan their routes, and avoid collisions.
Type of Material: Princeton University Senior Theses
Language: en
Appears in Collections:Electrical Engineering, 1932-2020

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