Underwater object tracking using electrical impedance tomography

  title={Underwater object tracking using electrical impedance tomography},
  author={James Snyder and Yonatan Silverman and Yang Bai and Malcolm A. MacIver},
  journal={2012 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems},
Few effective technologies exist for sensing in dark or murky underwater situations. For this reason, we have been exploring the use of a novel biologically-inspired approach to non-visual sensing based on the detection of perturbations to a self generated electric field. This is used by many species of neotropical nocturnal freshwater fish. This approach, termed active electrosense, presents unique challenges for sensing and tracking of nearby objects. We explore two methods for estimating the… CONTINUE READING
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