Robotics In Our Lives @ DEEC – Conference Cycle – What if the robots had a sense of smell?
The ability to detect and react to chemicals is inherent in all living things. Smell is fundamental to the survival of countless species, who use this sense to find food, partners or to avoid dangers. The sense of smell in humans is not as accurate as in other animals, such as the dog, which we resort to when we need to perform particularly demanding tasks, such as detecting explosives, drugs or even victims of major disasters. What if we used scent robots to do these and other tasks?
Organisation - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Student's Core of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Contact Name - André Duarte
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