Intelligent Platform with BLDC Drives and Microsystems for Mechatronic Applications in Security and Surveillance

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Result of the Scientific Concerns from the Doctoral School of Mechanical Engineering and Mechatronics of the Valahia Târgovişte University and the research project of INCDMTM “INTEGRATED MECHATRONIC SYSTEM FOR HUMAN SECURITY INSURANCE FOR THE SAFETY OF OBJECTIVES AND INTERVENTIONS IN RISK - MISO ZONES” (project ID: PED-2016-0924, code PN-III-P2-2.1-PED-2016-0707) in the field of robotics, the scientific work “Intelligent Platform with BLDC Drives and Microsystems for Mechatronic Applications in Security and Surveillance “ is the completion of the experimental testing of controlling the movement of a security and surveillance robot, as part of the Ph.D. industrial thesis “Studies, research and contributions on the development of a smart mecatronic robot for security and surveillance applications”. The scientific work ultimately results in an intelligent, original platform that will be used to control the movement of the robot. The platform allows communication between the latest generation BLDC engine (embedded in the drive wheel) and it’s controller and a computerized microsystem that will handle the displacement controls and will also provide the link with the human operator through any remote guidance system that is used. Although designed for an intelligent security and surveillance mechatronic robot, this platform is proven to be extensively versatile for any other type of robot or mobile platform that uses BLDC wheel-drive engines. The project harmoniously combines Mechatronics, Cyber-MixMeatronic, Integronics and Artificial Intelligence into an Intelligent Interoperable Construction.

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