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The Pollution-Monitoring Robotic Fish

The Pollution-Monitoring Robotic Fish

Robotic Fish

Researchers and engineers at the University of Essex in England develop robotic fish to help in monitoring levels of water pollution. They are able to move swiftly in the water and turn quickly just as normal fish, but as they swim they control that the chemical levels in the water are not perilous. They collect this information, and when they have enough data, they surface and transmit this data back to the main hub. Making sure that we know as soon as there is any contamination in our oceans and seas making containment of oil or chemical spills easier.

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