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PRESENTED BY,
PARVATHY S DILEEP
GUIDED BY,
JINU RAJ
 INTRODUCTION
 BETTER IDEA ABOUT UTILITY FOG
 MODES OF OPERATION
 ARCHITECTURE
 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
 Basic structure...
 Collection of microrobots that transforms into
anything the user desires
 Programmable to simulate most physical
proper...
 Concept coined by Dr John Storrs Hall in 2001
 Based on the concept of molecular
nanotechnology
 Conglomeration of 100...
 Robot (foglet) with the size of a human cell
 Swarm of foglets known as utility fog
 Enables -
 creation
 levitation...
•Mobility concept-Can move in different
directions and can perform any mechanical
action
•Example :
•Table-solid and locke...
FOGLET 1 FOGLET 2 FO
NANOC
ONTROL
LER
FOGLET
ARM
VOICE
INPUT
GRIPP
ER FOGLET
 Exoskeleton made up of aluminium oxide
 Each Foglet has twelve arms, arranged as the faces
of a dodecahedron.
 Spheric...
 Couplers
Communication and power control
 Optical waveguide
Communication from user
 Power and electrical transmission...
 Foglets run on electricity, store hydrogen as an
energy buffer.
 Hydrogen fuel tank-Hydrogen ions combine with
oxygen t...
 Takes commands ,processes it using pre-
processor and passes results among other foglets
 Done by building a nanocontro...
 Major advantage is safety
Cars-Seat belt
Safety from nuclear explosions
Household safety
 Physical manipulation & assem...
 Build efficient machines for long distance
information propagation and physical
transportation
 For local use and inter...
 Cannot stimulate very hard materials
 Lack of self intelligence
 Cannot handle anything involving chemical
reactions
...
 Replacement for all the technologies around
us
 More compatible and sophisticated
 Safer environment
 Wonder world ma...
 L. E. Parker, “Current research in multi-robot
systems,” Journal of Artificial Life, vol. 7, 2004.
 Lynne E Parker, “Di...
THANK YOU
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  1. 1. PRESENTED BY, PARVATHY S DILEEP GUIDED BY, JINU RAJ
  2. 2.  INTRODUCTION  BETTER IDEA ABOUT UTILITY FOG  MODES OF OPERATION  ARCHITECTURE  PHYSICAL PROPERTIES  Basic structure  Communications and Control  GENERAL PROPERTIES  ADVANTAGES OF A UTILITY FOG ENVIRONMENT  APPLICATIONS AND USES  THE LIMITS OF UTILITY FOG  CONCLUSION
  3. 3.  Collection of microrobots that transforms into anything the user desires  Programmable to simulate most physical properties  Replacement of robots programmed just for specific purposes
  4. 4.  Concept coined by Dr John Storrs Hall in 2001  Based on the concept of molecular nanotechnology  Conglomeration of 100-micron robotic cells or foglets  Each foglet is the size of a human cell with 12 arms
  5. 5.  Robot (foglet) with the size of a human cell  Swarm of foglets known as utility fog  Enables -  creation  levitation  manipulation  teleportation  shape shifting
  6. 6. •Mobility concept-Can move in different directions and can perform any mechanical action •Example : •Table-solid and locked •Fan-solid components with moving joints Native mode •Static concept-Static foglets ,Pixelate, to transmit information and sound •Example: •Display screen on immovable objects with 100 micron resolution with a processing power of 286 PC Fog mode
  7. 7. FOGLET 1 FOGLET 2 FO NANOC ONTROL LER FOGLET ARM VOICE INPUT GRIPP ER FOGLET
  8. 8.  Exoskeleton made up of aluminium oxide  Each Foglet has twelve arms, arranged as the faces of a dodecahedron.  Spherical central body-10 micron  12 telescopic arms-50 micron long ,5 microns in diameter  Arms with swivel joints at the base with 4 degree of freedom  Three grippers on each arm for interconnecting foglets.
  9. 9.  Couplers Communication and power control  Optical waveguide Communication from user  Power and electrical transmission line Power supply in foglet  Grippers Locking foglets together
  10. 10.  Foglets run on electricity, store hydrogen as an energy buffer.  Hydrogen fuel tank-Hydrogen ions combine with oxygen to produce electricity and water vapour as by-products  Some waste heat generated by Fog at work can be utilized in heat pumps  Colour and reflectivity of an object are results of its properties as an antenna in the micron wavelength region.
  11. 11.  Takes commands ,processes it using pre- processor and passes results among other foglets  Done by building a nanocontroller which can direct a 10 kilohertz robot.  Control of the arms is actually simple - Managed by simple controllers that take commands like "Move to point X at speed y.“  RISC design allows single processor to control a 100 kHz arm; using auxiliary controllers let it do all 12 easily.
  12. 12.  Major advantage is safety Cars-Seat belt Safety from nuclear explosions Household safety  Physical manipulation & assembly  Transportation  Reduces wastage of space  Life made easy ADVANTAGES OF UTILITY FOG ENVIRONMENT
  13. 13.  Build efficient machines for long distance information propagation and physical transportation  For local use and interface with worldwide network  Space researches  Manages pressure in space suits  No worries on floating of the ship  Shape shifting reduces wastage of space
  14. 14.  Cannot stimulate very hard materials  Lack of self intelligence  Cannot handle anything involving chemical reactions  Cannot form food or water  Cannot produce high temperatures
  15. 15.  Replacement for all the technologies around us  More compatible and sophisticated  Safer environment  Wonder world making life easy and lazy
  16. 16.  L. E. Parker, “Current research in multi-robot systems,” Journal of Artificial Life, vol. 7, 2004.  Lynne E Parker, “Distributed Intelligence: Overview of the field and its applications”. Journal of Physical Agents, Vol. 2, No.1 (2008).  A. Farinelli, L. Iocchi, and D. Nardi. “Multi-robot systems: A classification focused on coordination”. IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics B, 34(5):2015–2028, 2004.  L. Parker, “ALLIANCE: An architecture for fault tolerant Multi-robot cooperation,” IEEE Trans. Robot. Automat., vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 220– 240, April 1998  Google Wikepedia  KurzweilAI.net
  17. 17. THANK YOU

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