Two-Dimensional Inductance Plane Sensor for Smart Home Door Lock
This paper proposes two-dimensional inductance plane sensor for smart home door lock. Traditional inductance plane sensor adopts electronic circuit coil to detect one-dimensional distance position of the metal object composed of push-button switches, gear-tooth counting, and flow meters. Besides, the proposed inductance plane sensor has the advantages of lower power consumption and cheaper circuit cost. Technically, two-dimensional positioning coordinate estimation method is proposed to obtain the object’s location and is integrated into the wearable device for unlocking smart home door.
This work was financially supported by the “Intelligent Recognition Industry Service Center” from The Featured Areas Research Center Program within the framework of Higher Education Sprout Project by Ministry of Education (MOE) in Taiwan.
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