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Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Kseniia Monakhova
Development of Modular Sensor System for General Application
Electronic Engineering
(Master’s programme)
In the final qualifying work, the implementation of the project of a sensory system of wide use based on infrared sensors with the possibility of using ultrasonic sonar are considered to create an alternative to motion sensors or integration into robotic systems as a vision one.

An overview analysis of modern detection and detection techniques for objects producing radiation in the infrared range is performed. Special means of motion detection as well as modern systems of technical vision integrated into robotic systems are considered in details.

On the basis of the analysis the current task was to develop a device that meets the modern realities of using motion detection tools.

In the design and technological part, a description of the process of developing a functional scheme for a wide-range sensory system is given. Based on this scheme a basic electrical circuit of the device was developed.

As for the design of the sensory system's print unit, the market analysis of the modern element was carried out and the specification of the device's printed unit was formed on the basis of the data obtained. During the process of designing the device some external sensors which are used in the sensor system were modernized.

The design of the printed circuit board was carried out by the means of the specialized computer-aided design system. And then the design of the circuit board of the device was made.

In the final part of the study, an analysis of the capabilities of a modular wide-use sensor system was carried out.

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