Revealing their mission fish-like robots “roam” the waterways of the Middle East Revealing their mission fish-like robots “roam” the waterways of the Middle East

Revealing their mission fish-like robots “roam” the waterways of the Middle East

Revealing their mission fish-like robots “roam” the waterways of the Middle East

Technology company Aquaai has devised a way to provide data about waterways and control pollution due to which the ecosystem is no longer able to restore balance again.

One of the company's founders, Simon Petrkoski, believed that the goal of deploying fish-like robots swimming in waterways is to fill this information gap by using robots that collect data from underwater environments.

He revealed that it is battery-powered and designed to look and swim like a fish, with a body and tail that move from side to side while cruising through the water.

He pointed out that its skin is made of orange, white, and black neoprene, and its standard length is approximately 1.3 meters, weighs 30 kilograms, and can be equipped with cameras and sensors to measure oxygen levels, salinity, and pH.

He stressed that it is important for the devices to be able to integrate into natural habitats, swim among other creatures without disturbing them, and maneuver around obstacles smoothly.

Aquaai still has some hurdles to overcome before the robots it invented can roam waterways around the world.

“Investors need to wake up,” Pieterkowski commented. “This is really about a last-ditch effort to save the very thing that keeps humanity alive.”

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