Fish Robot Based on Chemical Sensors for Water Monitoring
In this work, we present a bio-inspired fish robot capable of swimming according to the directives sent in form of chemical messengers. An electrochemical platform measured the hydrogen concentration in the water. The acquired signal was then transformed into electronic signal to be used in robot control electronics. The fish robot’s tail movement was thus controlled from pH electrochemical sensors.
KeywordsSensor Polyaniline Robot Electrochemical Aquaculture
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