Sensor competition is the practice of using multiple sensors to record the same event. It is typically used to improve quality of services. The following are common examples.
Mobile DevicesA mobile device has multiple microphones. The device is able to switch to the one that is picking up the user's voice the best for applications such as voice search or communications.
RoboticsA robot uses multiple camera angles to improve its navigational algorithms.
Artificial IntelligenceAn AI is trained with multiple camera angles for visual recognition tasks. In the field, the AI is able to handle different angles of view.
InfrastructureA pipeline uses multiple chemical sensors at each measuring station. Results are aggregated and sensors that appear to be malfunctioning are excluded from results and scheduled for repair.
ScienceAn interplanetary probe is given multiple atmospheric sensors for redundancy and to improve confidence in results.
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