Robotic engineering has grown rapidly thanks to the use of underwater robots that began to revolutionize water exploration, providing better information in future research. The objective of the study was to validate the proof of concept of an ROV using a variable control and distribution system. The requirements analysis was developed using a methodology based on the VDI2206 standard. The study detailed the classification of underwater robots according to their autonomy, mission type and propulsion. In addition, it presented the general design showing the structure of the underwater robot, the central processing unit and the subsystems (communication, navigation, safety, propulsion, data acquisition and power supply). Likewise, the specific design presented the 3D modeling and description of the parts in the inventor software. Regarding the control and communication system, the radio frequency circuit was designed and simulated. The results obtained were the validation of the control system and distribution of variables for the proof of concept of an ROV. The main quality of the underwater robot is its stability and hermeticity, since it was designed to withstand a desired immersion process. Other important features are its easy portability, data transfer fluidity and corrosion resistance.
|Título de la publicación alojada
|2022 IEEE ANDESCON
|Subtítulo de la publicación alojada
|Technology and Innovation for Andean Industry, ANDESCON 2022
|Mariela Cerrada Lozada, Paul Sanmartiin Mendoza
|Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
|ISBN (versión digital)
|Indizado - 2022
|11th IEEE Conference of the Andean Council, ANDESCON 2022 - Barranquilla, Colombia
Duración: 16 nov. 2022 → 19 nov. 2022
Serie de la publicación
|2022 IEEE ANDESCON: Technology and Innovation for Andean Industry, ANDESCON 2022
|11th IEEE Conference of the Andean Council, ANDESCON 2022
|16/11/22 → 19/11/22
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