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Implementation of MEMS technology in Aquatic robots to obtain better maneuvering by using pressure sensors

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Bhardwaj, A. ; #75, Sector: 20-A, Chandigarh, U.T. 160020, India

Micro Electro Mechanical Systems, these systems are ??Free scale enabling systems??. The components of MEMS are microstructure, microsensors, microelectronics and microactuators. MEMS is a technology that can be widely implemented in Aquatic robots since in aquatic robotic mission we have more factors which are not in human control, neither can be predicted or studied in actual operations. After implementation of MEMS in aquatic robots we attain more stable underwater robots. This usage of MEMS sensors in Aquatic robots is inspired by the pressure sensing in aquatic animals. Its implementation will greatly help the explorers to explore even the deep corners of water bodies with high accuracy.

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Applied Electromagnetics Conference (AEMC), 2009

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14-16 Dec. 2009