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Russian Scientists to Create Fish Robot for Military Purposes
22.01.2014 15:33
Russian Scientists to Create Fish Robot for Military Purposes

Researchers of the Dubna University have presented the concept of an undersea bionic robot imitating fish movements.

      The new technological wonder will have the weight of about five kilograms, the immersion depth of up to three meters, and the speed of about three kilometers per hour. As it is reported, the robot will be able to work for about ten days off-line and will be absolutely silent.

      The research-and-development engineers consider the secrecy of this project to be essential. According to Prof. Dmitry Krylsky, undersea bionic robots with artificial-muscle-based engines can be used for military purposes, in particular for detecting, collecting and destroying underwater mines, etc.

      The project is expected to be implemented within one and a half years.

Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Robots Submarine Studies Dubna   

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