In this project (‘Development and Implementation of an Intelligent Energy Management Unit Subsystem for Vehicle to Sensors Power Delivery i-EMUSS) will develop and test an electromagnetic-based energy harvesting system which requires an intelligent energy management unit to charge the sensor lithium-ion batteries as required. Complimentary software will be developed based on intelligent algorithms to ensure sufficient power is delivered. The hardware required to physically deal with the power demand response is a hybrid set of power electronics, working with both low- and high-voltage electronic components.
|Effective start/end date
|1/02/22 → 1/03/23
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