We’re Changing the Way the People Thinks About Mechatronics Engineering
ARAtronics Research Center (Applied-Science & Robotics Laboratory for Applied-Mechatronics) is a multi-disciplinary research and development center for the opto-mechatronics solutions. The typical Mechatronics systems are keen to implement a typical closed-loop feedback control for any automation systems. In the ARAtronics Research Center, we are developing extremely sensitive micro sensors and actuators could enrich the typical Mechatronics close-loop feedback algorithms in a very significant way. The importance of using these micro-optical sensors and integrated with the typical Mechatronics systems will open the door to introduce a new technology based on the opto-mechatronics devices. One of our goals is to integrate some of the optical components to the typical micro-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS) to build a new devices that will be very fast enough to deal with the control feedback and automation signals because it depends on speed of light. We are focusing into the process of fabrication, and signal processing for these new smart sensors and actuators. Also, the integration with several applications in Mechatronics and robotics that used at any automated process will be part of our research not only from the analytical studies but also from the experimental and implementation point of views.
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R. Shenoud, M.S. Abd-Elhady, Amir R. Ali and H. Kandil, "Influence of vibration time on dust accumulation on PV panels that operate light posts," Energy Reports, 8, pp. 309-318 (2022).
Amir R. Ali and Momen Algohary, "Novel sensors of the linear displacement measurement with high-resolution for mechatronics applications," Journal of Al-Azhar University Engineering Sector 17 (62), 275-289 (2022).
Amir R. Ali, Ahmed Raouf, Amr ElNemr, "Novel Sensors Design for SHM of RC Using the Opto-Mechatronics Technologies," 2021 International Conference on Microelectronics (ICM), IEEE, 2021, pp. 224-227, doi: 10.1109/ICM52667.2021.9664911. (2021)
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