Intel ISEF 2018 Team Profile – Oliver Nicholls – Autonomous robotic window cleaner for commercial buildings

Oliver’s project focus was to develop an autonomous robotic window cleaner for commercial buildings. He successfully researched, designed and developed a small autonomous window cleaning robot prototype that can effectively clean and dry high-rise windows whilst manoeuvring around architectural obstacles. The drone design is also able to operate in most weather conditions by sensing crosswind and compensating accordingly. The system incorporates a variety of electronic inputs and outputs for sensing, washing, drying, moving, flying, sensing and compensating for the wind.

Intel ISEF 2018 Team Profile – Oliver Nicholls, Barker College Autonomous robotic window cleaner for commercial buildings Oliver’s project focus was to develop an autonomous robotic window cleaner for commercial buildings. He successfully researched, designed and developed a small autonomous window cleaning robot prototype that can effectively clean and dry high-rise windows whilst manoeuvring around architectural obstacles. The drone design is also able to operate in most weather conditions by sensing crosswind and compensating accordingly. The system incorporates a variety of electronic inputs and outputs for sensing, washing, drying, moving, flying, sensing and compensating for the wind. #ISEFAUSNSW #intelisef2018 #stansw #youngscientist #NESA #Edchat #STEM #science #education #sebelfurniture #teachers #bhpbilliton #csiro

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