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Maan, Gijsbert (author)
Haptic bilateral teleoperation is a concept where operators can feel, interact with and manipulate objects in a remote environment. The latency, often introduced by a network over a long distance, on force feedback poses a problem when trying to interact with objects. Model mediated teleoperation tries to mitigate this latency, but introduces...
master thesis 2024
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Visser, Berend (author)
In response to the growing demand for sustainable transportation solutions, bike-sharing systems have gained prominence in supporting an eco-friendly means of commuting. Within this landscape, Skopei, a forward-thinking company specializing in innovative sharing propositions, has developed a smart bike lock capable of autonomous rentals and...
master thesis 2024
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van Paassen, Daniel (author)
master thesis 2024
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Haarman, Mart (author)
This thesis explores the integration of (Frequency Shift) Chirp Spread Spectrum Modulation (FSCSSM) in Body Coupled Communication (BCC) using the Galvanic Coupling (GC) method. The goal is to provide a method of private communication in a noisy channel for devices in and around the human body. Various parameters, including frequency, electrode...
master thesis 2024
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Nguyen, DUC HUY (author)
Platooning involves organizing a group of vehicles with common attributes into a formation. With the help of Road Side Units, they establish Intelligent Transportation System (ITS). To facilitate communication in this system, one of the prominent communication technologies is Dedicated Short Range Communication (DSRC). In Europe, the European...
master thesis 2023
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Craenen, Marijn (author)
The Tactile Internet (TI) is a new paradigm for remote interactions, enabling the transmission of touch and physical sensations. One of the major challenges in achieving seamless remote interactions is latency. To circumvent strict latency requirements, the paper briefly introduces the approach of a Model Mediated Teleoperation scheme utilizing...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Driessen, Nienke (author)
Creating a local model of a remote environment is a way to reduce latency in tactile internet. This local model contains properties that are estimated by a nonintrusive estimation method. To prevent the model from deviating increasingly from reality, the estimates should be updated once an interaction begins. This research paper investigates how...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Chen, Yue (author)
Tactile Internet (TI) is a pioneering network paradigm that aims to communicate haptic feedback with ultra-low latency. It will enable new ways for us to interact with remote environments, such as transferring skills over the network and controlling remote objects. One crucial component of this framework is the ability to track the position and...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Snijder, Koen (author)
The Tactile Internet (TI) aims to expand seamless interaction over the Internet by providing a new form of interaction through touch by providing haptic feedback. To realize this, the TI is limited by a round-trip latency of 1-10 ms, meaning that the TI is limited by a physical distance of 1500 km. A workaround to this requirement is the...
bachelor thesis 2023
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van den Berg, Rob (author)
The problem of finding a target and forming a path to it is known and is well-explored in the field of swarm robotics. Using swarm intelligence, even swarms of simple robots are capable of solving this problem. However, often these works assume that two robots can perceive each other can physically reach each other, or that robots can detect any...
master thesis 2023
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Nguyen, Phu (author)
Tactile Internet opens many new possibilities as it solves one of the critical problems in the modern-day Internet, namely latency. Remote operations are possible that are deemed too dangerous with current technologies. Interacting directly with the remote environment without being physically present will be a life-changing experience. Before...
master thesis 2023
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van der Horst, Casper (author)
For my Master’s thesis, I developed and trained an audio-based localization system for indoor localization called AudioLocNet. AudioLocNet is based on convolutional neural networks and maps recordings from a small(10cm diameter) microphone array to a grid of locations around said array. AudioLocNet was made to be used by swarms of small robots...
master thesis 2022
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van Berlo, Kilian (author)
Humans interact more and more at a distance these days. Where currently, this interaction is mainly visual and auditory, Tactile Internet (TI) also allows for remote kinesthetic interactions. With the devel- opment of TI, a paradigm shift is on the horizon where the current internet evolves from content delivery to a skill-set delivery network....
master thesis 2022
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van Rietbergen, Tomas (author)
Reliable indoor navigation in the presence of dynamic obstacles is an essential capability for mobile robot deployment. Previous work on robot navigation focuses on expanding the network structure and hardware setup leading to more complex and costly systems. The accompanying physical demonstrations are often limited to slow-moving agents and...
master thesis 2022
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Yildirim, Deniz (author)
Tactile Internet (TI) allows kinesthetic interactions with a remote environment and haptic sensory feedback over a network, essentially adding a new sensory dimension to the internet. TI has a wide range of applications such as enabling remote work for professions that require human hands and tactile sensory input like car repairs or medical...
master thesis 2022
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Erceylan, Meriç (author)
In this Thesis a fast, low-cost, anthropomorphic robotic hand with tactile feedback is designed. The hand consists of an index finger and a thumb, both of which have four degrees of freedom. All eight degrees of freedom are fully actuated using eight servomotors whose forces are transferred using tendons. The design introduces tendon routing to...
master thesis 2022
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Zwart, David (author)
LoRaWAN is a public Wireless Sensor network with excellent properties like being long-range, low-energy radios and resulting in long battery life. Devices are connected to this network through gateways, and they will run in that deployment for years without replacement. Therefore, bugs and security issues in such devices' firmware are present...
master thesis 2022
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Dukker, Sven (author), Minten, Melle (author)
Localization is an important element for a moving swarm of robots. A swarm contains many individuals, and it is essential that the swarm members do not collide. Expensive and complex implementations to localize others is undesirable. Hence, a localization system designed using the available resources is desired. The available techniques that...
bachelor thesis 2022
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Saaybi, Serge (author)
Robotic agents can continuously provide feedback to people based on their behaviors. For instance, a robot swarm can remind a group of people to respect social distancing guidelines during a pandemic or discourage unwanted behavior such as littering. However, developing a swarm robot to operate in realistic situations is challenging: a robot...
master thesis 2022
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Lemmers, Jelger (author)
Tactile internet promises to enable humans to manipulate remote physical environments. The human interacts with the remote environment by manipulating a haptic device. Recently, research effort into tactile internet and haptic devices has seen a significant increase. However replicating one aspect of executing an action, feeling textures, is...
master thesis 2021
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