RADARCAT for object and material recognition 2016-11-22 11:51:29 / CONFERENCES

Researchers from the University of St Andrews in Scotland have developed a revolutionary technology that can recognize objects and the materials from which they are made. This development was realized in device called RadarCat that using a small radar sensor can identify literally anything. This technology has many potential applications, including support for blind people so they always know what is around them. For example, thanks to this technology they will be able two completely identical bottles to choose the one that contains the liquid, be it milk, juice or water.


It should be noted that a radar sensor which has been used by researchers from the University of St Andrews, was originally developed by Google ATAP project Project Soli to determine the micro-movements of the fingers. Fortunately, Scottish scientists saw in this technology a much greater potential.



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