Solutions to reduce CO2 emissions for autonomous robotics
International Conference on Computer and Automation Technology (ICCAT)
Grau Saldes, Antoni
Bolea Monte, Yolanda
In this work authors compare the emissions of CO2 thrown to the atmosphere when generating energy supply to recharge mobile robots. Furthermore, the challenge of this work is to propose the design and the implementation of electric battery recharge stations that will be used as a benchmark to analyze the emission generation. Those recharge docks are based on the use of renewable energy such as solar energy (with photovoltaic panels) with the objective of reducing the CO2 emissions.
automation, control theory.
Autonomous Robots, Co2 Emissions, Dc/dc Buck-boost, Solar Energy
A. Grau, Y. Bolea and A. Sanfeliu. Solutions to reduce CO2 emissions for autonomous robotics, 18th International Conference on Computer and Automation Technology, 2016, Zurich, pp. 1173-1176.