RoBM2: Measurement of Battery Capacity in Mobile Robot Systems

@inproceedings{Lucas2005RoBM2MO,
  title={RoBM2: Measurement of Battery Capacity in Mobile Robot Systems},
  author={Nestor Lucas and Cosmin Codrea and Thomas Hirth and Javier J. Guti{\'e}rrez and Falko Dressler},
  year={2005}
}
With battery driven robot systems performing very sophisticated tasks, increasing demands on the power supply play a critical role. Operation breakdowns are unpredictable unless the state of the battery is known, and the overall performance should be adjusted according to reliable remaining capacity estimations. This paper addresses many of the issues related to the management and monitoring of battery packs for mobile robots, whereas an implementation for a particular system is presented. 

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