Electric sensor based control for underwater multi-agents navigation in formation

@article{Chevallereau2012ElectricSB,
  title={Electric sensor based control for underwater multi-agents navigation in formation},
  author={Christine Chevallereau and Fr{\'e}d{\'e}ric Boyer and Vincent Lebastard and M. Benachenou},
  journal={2012 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation},
  year={2012},
  pages={1161-1167}
}
Thanks to an electro-sensible skin, some species of fish can feel the perturbations of a self generated electric field caused by their surroundings variations. Known under the name of “electric-sense”, this ability allows these fish to communicate and navigate in confined surroundings wetted by turbid waters where vision and sonar cannot work. Based on a bio-inspired electric sensor recently proposed in [1], this article presents a first attempt to use electric sense for the navigation in… CONTINUE READING

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