Fish-shaped robots automatically monitor water pollution and provide real-time data

Fish-shaped robots automatically monitor water pollution and provide real-time data

ga('send', 'event', 'Eco & Sustainability', 'article', 'article-industry-impression', {nonInteraction: true});

We’ve already seen environmental experts get help gathering data with the Creek Watch iPhone app, which enables citizens to monitor the health of their local watershed. Now a UK-based project has turned its concept of human-less monitoring into reality in the form of its fish-shaped automated SHOAL robots.