Robot fish to monitor water health in fish farms

Robot fish to monitor water health in fish farms

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Robotic fish that monitor water are nothing new, a team in the UK developed these SHOAL robots a few years ago. But a team effort involving the Technical University of Madrid, the University of Florence and the Centre for Automation and Robotics (CAR CSIC-UPM – an organisation that sits between the Madrid university and the Spanish National Research Council) have developed a bio-inspired model that’s considerably more advanced. And should be a big help to the Aquaculture industry, which currently provides 50 percent of all seafood eaten and relies heavily on water being kept clean and healthy.

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