Laying and sensing odor markings as a strategy for assisting mobile robot navigation tasks

@article{Russell1995LayingAS,
  title={Laying and sensing odor markings as a strategy for assisting mobile robot navigation tasks},
  author={R. Andrew Russell},
  journal={IEEE Robot. Automat. Mag.},
  year={1995},
  volume={2},
  pages={3-9}
}
n many ways even the most advanced mobile robotic sysl tems only approach the capabilities of insects. For this reason it is appropriate to study the strategies which insects employ with great success and to consider transferring some of them to our mobile robots. Many insects have the capability of producing and/or detecting an odor signal. They use this ability for many purposes, including increasing their efficiency when searching for food, navigating between a source of food and their nest… CONTINUE READING

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