MINSK, 1 December (BelTA) – A system to control aircraft power generators using artificial intelligence has been developed in Belarus, BelTA learned from Konstantin Bunas, a cadet of the Civil Aviation Department of the Belarusian State Aviation Academy, on 1 December. The cadet took part in a national contest of innovative projects.
At the national contest of innovative projects Konstantin Bunas presented a smart system, which control the voltage of alternating-current generators in aircraft. By using unconventional approaches such as neuron systems and artificial intelligence the development engineer has been able to improve the generator's energy efficiency, making the system cheaper and losing less energy. A prototype is already available, BelTA has been told.
The product can be used for all kinds of transportation, which rely on synchronous generators as the source of alternating current, as well as for cogeneration plants, hydropower plants, nuclear power plants, and mobile diesel generators.
It is the eighth time the national contest of innovative projects has been organized. Two nominations are available: the Best Innovative Project and the Best Youth Innovative Project. Only natural persons 35 years old and younger can partake in the latter.More about Society