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  • Three-dimensional digitiser
    I wrote to several companies and received information on pre- assembled parts like linear drive units and ultrasonic proximity detectors , that could have been used in the project .
  • Autonomous Mobile Robot: Path Planning Using Backward Chaining
    The sensors identified for the construction of the AMR in this project are ultrasonic proximity detectors , and electronic magnetic compass. The ultrasonic detectors are placed on the front, left and right face of the robot to ensure �
  • CR4 - Thread: simple projects on proximity sensor
    Re: simple projects on proximity sensor ultrasonic wave detector and microwave etc.
  • FY01 LDRD Annual Report
    The goal of this project is to develop a suite of new low-power integrated microsensor systems � The focus of Sandia�s work is on two primary sensor classes. Several possible devices in this class include microglobal positioning systems (GPS), magnetometers, ultrasonic or optical detector systems (for proximity detection), and single-chip radio- frequency (RF) transceivers.
  • Fire-fighting mobile robotics and interdisciplinary design-comparative perspectives
    MiniBob employs six IR-ranging sensors (Sharp Model GP2D12) and a Hammamatsu ultraviolet (UV) flame detector that drive a fuzzy-logic navigation engine running on a Motorola MC68HC332 microprocessor. � TCFFHRC, more than 15 engineering students have com- pleted open-ended senior design projects related to robotics. These have included a capacitive proximity sensor, a mi- crocontroller-to-digital-signal-processing interface, dc motor controllers, a vision system for mobile robotics, an ultra- sonic -ranging system, and an autonomous land vehicle ALVIN.
    Famous examples for location-aware systems are various tourist guide projects where information dependent to the current � A couple of different location aware infrastructures are available to collect position data: GPS satellites, mobile phone towers, badge proximity detectors , cameras, magnetic card readers, barcode readers etc. These sensors can provide either position or proximity information, the appropriate sensor depends on the use: they � � indoor location sensing system: In [24] Harter et al present a location-aware system using ultrasonic technique.
  • Autonomous vehicles
    In particular, Robart- I could alter the direction of its motion if an obstacle was sensed and relied on a combination of ultrasonic waves (to measure forward range), near-infrared proximity detectors , tactile feelers and bumper switches. RESEARCHISSUES The milestone projects cited above served to highlight the deeper, long-term issues that still remain �
  • CR4 - Blog Entry: Magnetic Levitation
    I have been working feverously on my latest project which is the construction of a 1/32 scale model of the Apollo Command, Service and Lunar Modules and the Saturn V launch vehicle. To sense the position of the model I have built an ultrasonic proximity detector kit that returns a voltage signal that is directly proportional to the position of the model.
  • International Encyclopedia of Robotics: Applications and Automation Volume 3 Complete Document
    A much improved version of the medium- range near-infrared proximity detector used on Robart I (6) employed a programmable array of four high-powered LED emitters, with a range increased to 5 m. � excellent angular resolution of this sensor complemented the range information obtained from the ultrasonic range finder and � � world model em- ployed by the robot, wherein objects were represented by their projection on the X �
  • International Encyclopedia of Robotics: Applications and Automation Volume 2 Complete Document
    Considering the rather limited funding available, the results of the project are rather remarkable. � One fixed, forward looking ultrasonic sensor used to pro- vide ranging information of up to 10 � � One near-infrared proximity sensor mounted in the move- able head and placed at the focal � � Ten, short range (ie, 18 in.) near-infrared proximity detec- tors placed at different locations on the body used to help guide the robot through narrow passages such as halls and doorways.