College of Engineering and Polymer Science
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Bachelor of Science
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food consumption while keeping each pet separate from the others. The device will detect a certain pet, using a transmitter and receiver that would be on the collar of the pet and in the device itself, and enable them to access their specific food by way of an opening and closing lid. If the pet leaves the area, the food is no longer accessible. The device will also track the amount of food consumed and regulate how much food should be consumed in a given amount of time. This will allow owners to feed their pets without worrying about overeating or a pet consuming the wrong food.
Honors Faculty Advisor
Balch, Braeden; Dillan, Trey; George, Brandon; and Owens, David, "Pet Food Protector" (2022). Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects. 1470.