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India develops solar drone bus

  • Source:the Internet
  • Release on :2018-12-27
According to foreign media reports, solar and driverless cars are hot in the field of technology, and students from Lavry University of Technology (LPU) in India have designed and built a solar drone bus.

According to Indian media The Hans India, the first prototype will be used to transport Indian Prime Minister Modi to the Indian Science Congress, which was held on January 3, 2019 at Lavry University of Technology, India. .

The bus is expected to be put into commercial use later in 2019. Once in commercial use, the bus will be used in airports, housing associations, industrial areas and educational institutions. Moreover, the design of the bus takes into account the specific situation in India, which costs a small portion of the existing bus cost, which is about 600,000 rupees (about 5.9 million yuan).

In addition, since the car is driven by batteries and solar energy, its operating costs are basically negligible. And the car has a top speed of 30 kilometers per hour and can accommodate 10 to 30 people depending on the seating arrangement.

Under the guidance of professors and experts from Lavry University of Technology in India, more than 300 students from various academic fields, including mechanical, electrical and computer engineering, collaborated on the design and manufacture of the bus. Production is currently underway in the Lavry University of Science and Technology project in India, which is also working on other R&D and commercialization projects for such products.

Unlike other hybrid vehicles that use internal combustion engines and electric motors, the bus designed by students at Lavli University of Technology in India is completely pollution-free and uses only renewable energy such as renewable energy and solar energy.

In addition, students have adopted vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication technology on this solar-powered self-driving bus. This technology works by detecting wireless signals with ultrasonic and infrared sensors. The bus uses GPS and Bluetooth for navigation, and navigation can be controlled within 10 meters.



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