The Nanobot's Design
Our nanorobot will include fins as a locomotive device to move through the bloodstream. Inside the controller, we will include artificial intelligence and programs to understand the data from the biosensors and to communicate back to the smart device.
The nanobot will use ultrasounds to find out where plaque is within the arteries.
To power our nanorobot, we will harvest Radio Frequency (RF) energy. In the air, there is RF energy from Wi-Fi, radios, microwaves, cell phones, etc. We will use an RF energy harvester to gather RF energy and convert it to electricity. Our antenna will capture RF energy, then an RF-to-DC converter will convert it to electricity. DC power management circuitry will distribute the electricity to different parts of the nanorobot that require electricity.
The reservoir tank will contain the SHP1 inhibitor, which will be transported into the plaque through the injector.