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Photovoltaic Mobile System Design for Non-interconnected Zones of Meta’s Department

  • Obeth RomeroEmail author
Conference paper
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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1129)

Abstract

The latest generation technologies and information systems are currently considered as a fundamental resource for the economic and social growth of any nation; aware of the present events and transformations on the planet, as a result of adverse changes in the environment, and in the quest of contributing to the mitigation of climate change through the design and development of more complex machines through electronic, mechanical and electronic means, that generate lower impact on the environment focused on the design of an automated mobile photovoltaic system to supply of energy to populations located in geographical areas or places of difficult access to bring electricity, and which are not connected to any electrical network. Taking advantage of alternative sources of energy based on the use of surrounding natural resources in each region, favors the universal access to electricity and promotes the use of solar energy as a source of electricity, a fundamental element of photovoltaic energy that can be automated, systematized with monitoring and control tools.

Keywords

Arduino Internet of Things Energy Photovoltaic Programming 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Corporación Universitaria del MetaVillavicencioColombia

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