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Robocod: the Future of (marine) Law Enforcement

By Frontiergap @FrontierGap
ROBOCOD: THE FUTURE OF (MARINE) LAW ENFORCEMENT

Scientists at the University of Essex have helped design a robotic fish capable of monitoring pollution. The fish, which measures about 1.5m long, may be a little larger than its real-life counterparts, but the movements closely mimic them. This construct of carbon fiber and metal, dubbed ‘robo-fish’, is a machine capable of autonomously hunting down contamination in the water, and feeding this information back to the shore for analysis.


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