Solar Powered Optimal Battery Charging Scheme For Moving Robotic Vehicle

@inproceedings{Andhare2015SolarPO,
  title={Solar Powered Optimal Battery Charging Scheme For Moving Robotic Vehicle},
  author={Gaurav Andhare and Sachin Shelar and Roger Gules},
  year={2015}
}
This paper focuses on the design and development of an optimization charging system for Li–Po batteries with the help of solar tracking panels. Therefore, the implementation of a complete energy management system applied to a robotic vehicle. The proposed system is to design Moving robotic Vehicle. The design concept, based on a microcontroller. On this basis, our proposal makes a dual significant contribution. First upon, it presents the construction of a solar tracking mechanism aimed at… 

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