The project was oriented around creating and providing code for wireless communication between two robots using Arduino Unos and nrf24l01+ modules. Its inspiration comes from the wireless transmission of data in digital twins, used for optimization. The projects success proves and provides literature on the concept that objects can mirror each other wirelessly on multiple degrees of freedom. Areas of implementation include medicine (prosthetics), industry (production lines), and remote control (telerobotics) among others.
ANALOG TWINS: DEVELOPMENT OF WIRELESSLY COMMUNICATING ROBOTIC TWINS WITH MULTIPLE DEGREES OF FREEDOM
by Nathaniel D Graham
Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering
Heritage Hall, HUB-Robeson Center