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Recent Trends in AI-Based Intelligent Sensing

Abhishek Sharma, Vaidehi Sharma, Mohita Jaiswal, Hwang-Cheng Wang, Dushantha Nalin K. Jayakody, Chathuranga M. Wijerathna Basnayaka, Ammar Muthanna
2022 Electronics  
The methods based on AI enable a computer to learn and monitor activities by sensing the source of information in a real-time environment.  ...  In recent years, intelligent sensing has gained significant attention because of its autonomous decision-making ability to solve complex problems.  ...  They have also compared a new smart sensing system based on ML with a conventional sensing system and discussed its future opportunities.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics11101661 fatcat:smuark52zjfjverlwlf2tzjpfa

Guest editorial: Instrumentation and measurement in central and Eastern Europe

Daniel Belega, Vedran Bilas
2020 IEEE Instrumentation & Measurement Magazine  
Also, current measurement standards are analyzed and improved. New solutions for sensing and measurement related to challenges in biomedicine, environment, and food production are developed.  ...  Special attention is given to the educational aspect. Thus, the students should learn about the recent developments in the I&M field to gain skills in their application.  ...  In the considered example, fish-like underwater bioinspired sensing is used to improve the efficiency of monitoring upstream migration.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mim.2020.9062677 fatcat:axvlswgjorhoxci5u472v24zcu

Towards a Roadmap for Living Machines [chapter]

Nathan F. Lepora, Paul F. M. J. Verschure, Tony J. Prescott
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Biomimetic autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs). A new trend in the AUV community is to mimic designs found in nature.  ...  monitoring.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-39802-5_46 fatcat:iwbb6qxnm5hhrbaczdypan5ejq

Persistent autonomy artificial intelligence or biomimesis?

David M Lane
2012 2012 IEEE/OES Autonomous Underwater Vehicles (AUV)  
Index Terms-autonomous underwater robot, artificial intelligence, biomimesis, bioinspired, architecture, persistent autonomy, world model, ontology, skill learning, adaptive planning, soft robot, fish  ...  swimming, flow sense, electric sense, biosonar.  ...  New forms of acoustic, optical and electric sensing appropriately directed can improve perception.  ... 
doi:10.1109/auv.2012.6380719 fatcat:7wceuijo7rg2fgdvwkbdqalk2i

Contents: (Adv. Mater. 24/2021)

2021 Advanced Materials  
The resulting "protocellular materials" are free-standing, robust, and can be chemically programmed to display an emergent nonequilibrium spatiotemporal sensing behavior.  ...  Since miR181a is secreted and predicts response to preoperative radiotherapy in human locally advanced ESCC, this strategy may offer opportunities for the clinical translation of therapies and facilitate  ...  Novel Spin-Orbit Torque Generation at Room Temperature in an All-Oxide Epitaxial La 0.7 Sr 0.3 MnO 3 /SrIrO 3 System A transparent, underwater adhesive, underwater self-healable, stretchable, and 3D-printable  ... 
doi:10.1002/adma.202170186 fatcat:xpgharjd7zbblcmf4zumaq2fsu

RoboScallop: A Bivalve inspired swimming robot

Matthew Robertson, Filip Efremov, Jamie Paik
2019 IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters  
water treatment capabilities, to drive the further development of a new class of self-contained, hybrid-stiffness underwater robots.  ...  Many practical applications for robots in this setting include sensing, monitoring, exploration, reconnaissance, or inspection tasks.  ...  INTRODUCTION U NDERWATER robots, classified as either autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) or remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), have been used for exploration, reconnaissance, or sensing and monitoring  ... 
doi:10.1109/lra.2019.2897144 fatcat:ixid76mhgjfddgu6qak4kaltnu

Ubiquitous Sensor Networks and Their Application 2013

Tai-hoon Kim, Carlos Ramos, Sabah Mohammed
2014 International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks  
We take this opportunity to thank them for their great support and cooperation.  ...  a novel method to improve upon them.  ...  In the paper "Development of the prediction system of condensation based on wireless communications," a special system was developed to collect and monitor environmental information causing condensation  ... 
doi:10.1155/2014/583956 fatcat:x32ondm7s5hrxoceokzbxcvklu

The grand challenges ofScience Robotics

Guang-Zhong Yang, Jim Bellingham, Pierre E. Dupont, Peer Fischer, Luciano Floridi, Robert Full, Neil Jacobstein, Vijay Kumar, Marcia McNutt, Robert Merrifield, Bradley J. Nelson, Brian Scassellati (+5 others)
2018 Science Robotics  
One of the ambitions of Science Robotics is to deeply root robotics research in science while developing novel robotic platforms that will enable new scientific discoveries.  ...  Finally, the last challenge is related to responsible innovation and how ethics and security should be carefully considered as we develop the technology further.  ...  Acknowledgments: We thank all those who have responded to our online survey. In particular, we thank H. Choset, P. Dario, P. Fiorini, T. Fukuda, D. Leff, and S.  ... 
doi:10.1126/scirobotics.aar7650 pmid:33141701 fatcat:ier3exhbkvauhjd2uhgagtxjde

Systems and Algorithms for Wireless Sensor Networks Based on Animal and Natural Behavior

Sandra Sendra, Lorena Parra, Jaime Lloret, Shafiullah Khan
2015 International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks  
Therefore, this paper aims to study bioinspired mechanisms in the field of WSN, providing the concepts of these behavior patterns in which these new approaches are based.  ...  These systems are called bioinspired systems and are used to improve aspects such as handling large-scale networks, provide dynamic nature, and avoid resource constraints, heterogeneity, unattended operation  ...  As future works, we would like to analyze in depth some of these mechanisms to improve several of our proposals within WSN such as indoor location [98] , environmental monitoring [2, 4, 99, 100] , tracking  ... 
doi:10.1155/2015/625972 fatcat:mnbuhfg2wrh6vntpdpzzupzim4

Launching the AquaMAV: bioinspired design for aerial–aquatic robotic platforms

R Siddall, M Kovač
2014 Bioinspiration & Biomimetics  
absence of high-power propulsion systems that would allow a transition from underwater to air.  ...  Designing multimodal MAVs that can y eectively, dive into the water and retake ight would enable applications of distributed water quality monitoring, search and rescue operations and underwater exploration  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council for their continued funding of this project.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1748-3182/9/3/031001 pmid:24615533 fatcat:5rgxhcjsyzhipmk7atuoymgvlu

Emergence of robust self-organized undulatory swimming based on local hydrodynamic force sensing

Robin Thandiackal, Kamilo Melo, Laura Paez, Johann Herault, Takeshi Kano, Kyoichi Akiyama, Frédéric Boyer, Dimitri Ryczko, Akio Ishiguro, Auke J. Ijspeert
2021 Science Robotics  
Here, using a specifically designed robot that captures the essential components of the animal neuromechanical system and using simulations, we tested the hypothesis that sensed hydrodynamic pressure forces  ...  However, it remains difficult to study experimentally how these sensors influence motor commands in these animals.  ...  Last, this robot provides the opportunity to solve engineering problems related to the stability of underwater vehicles in unsteady flows (44) .  ... 
doi:10.1126/scirobotics.abf6354 pmid:34380756 fatcat:i4gb2sih2fcgnk4s6p3lxkofee

Mechanical Energy Sensing and Harvesting in Micromachined Polymer-Based Piezoelectric Transducers for Fully Implanted Hearing Systems: A Review

Rhonira Latif, Mimiwaty Mohd Noor, Jumril Yunas, Azrul Azlan Hamzah
2021 Polymers  
A dual function of sensing the sound signal and simultaneously harvesting vibration energy to power up its system can be attained from a single transducer.  ...  The studies on hearing mechanisms, hearing losses and hearing solutions are first introduced to bring to light the necessity of creating and integrating the in vivo energy harvester and implantable microphone  ...  The funders had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/polym13142276 fatcat:zaayfonaz5g7dlsl6kyxd7n3je

Organismal Design and Biomimetics: A Problem of Scale

Valentina Perricone, Carlo Santulli, Francesco Rendina, Carla Langella
2021 Biomimetics  
Similarly, size and scaling rules need to be considered in the biomimetic transfer of solutions to different dimensions, from nature to artefacts.  ...  This review intends to provide biologists and designers with an overview regarding scale-related principles in organismal design and their application to technical projects regarding mechanics, optics,  ...  Acknowledgments: The Authors would like to thank Ivo Rendina and Francesco Marmo, for conceptual suggestions; Vita De Cicco, design student at the University of Campania "Lugi Vanvitelli" for the graphical  ... 
doi:10.3390/biomimetics6040056 pmid:34698083 pmcid:PMC8544225 fatcat:uw46pdz5d5bzpjxsihv4fug5ie

Survey and Introduction to the Focused Section on Bio-Inspired Mechatronics

Metin Sitti, Arianna Menciassi, Auke Jan Ijspeert, Kin Huat Low, Sangbae Kim
2013 IEEE/ASME transactions on mechatronics  
This paper first reports a brief survey of recent studies on bioinspired mechatronic systems and their biological counterparts in respects of locomotion, actuation, sensing, and control.  ...  Understanding and adapting the underlying principles of biological systems to engineering systems have the promise of enabling many new mechatronic systems that can operate in unstructured and uncertain  ...  While biological systems inspire new mechatronic systems that can operate in complex and uncertain environments, bioinspired mechatronic systems could also be used to improve our scientific understanding  ... 
doi:10.1109/tmech.2012.2233492 fatcat:fdi73scdcjh5bmklmwmv4y6kyu

Recent Advances in Skin-Inspired Sensors Enabled by Nanotechnology

Kenneth J. Loh, Faezeh Azhari
2012 JOM: The Member Journal of TMS  
The purpose is not to present a comprehensive review on this broad subject matter but rather to use selected work to outline the diversity of current research activities.  ...  In particular, the skin of humans, animals, and insects exhibits unique functionalities and properties and has subsequently led to active research in developing skininspired sensors.  ...  These bio-inspired sensors have the potential to revolutionize and find applications in structural health monitoring/damage detection, 10 environmental monitoring, 11 tactile sensing, 12 and artificial  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11837-012-0358-5 fatcat:4g4hocpjbjemvkxe4gj3wpaunm
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