Shared by our CFT Partner Eureka: The University of Texas/Dallas is developing a method to assess environmental sites that might be dangerous or challenging for humans to enter, such as after a hurricane, oil spill, chemical leak, or other disasters. They have designed an autonomous, integrated robotic system using an unmanned boat, unmanned aircraft, and ground robots. These devices can access and navigate areas that are difficult to reach and dangerous for humans, such as aquatic environments.
Check out a cool video and more information at https://www.waterprobes.com/success-cases/ut%3A-robots-used-to-analyze-aquatic-environments- and check out the products from Eureka on the CFT today!
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