Archive by category Environmental

Metal Tuna to Swim in the Sea

Metal Tuna to Swim in the Sea

US homeland security department is keen to find a solution from nature. Not only them but most of the modern robot-scientists are taking this stream to up ahead. There are numerous places where it is impossible for a human to dive in and inspect. But if it is a robot and especially if its shape […]

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Wave Gliders Robot Starts Swim across the Pacific

Wave Gliders Robot Starts Swim across the Pacific

The recent aqueous innovation is the Wave Glider. At a time four robots is working. According to plan these attained Hawaii one couple robot set for Japan, two couple for Australia. Right now, we have known that the robot arrived in Australia first making some world marketplace record with the lengthiest distance passed by an automated vehicle. […]

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Gasbot to Remove the Methane from the Climate

Gasbot to Remove the Methane from the Climate

Greenhouse gas emission is a major concern of 21-century scientists. Methane is one of the top greenhouse gases that causing serious damage of earth health. This carbon-based compound not only increases the overall temperature of the earth but also facilitating the breakdown of the ozone layer. To curb the Methane emission AASS research center of the […]

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Robot farmer

Robot farmer

Engineers at the School of Mechanical and manufacturing engineering at the University of New South Wales in Kensington, Sydney, Australia have developed a tractor that can plant accurately spaced seeds without human intervention. The precision and accuracy by which the tractor plants seeds can result in a 20% increase in land area that can be […]

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Coralbots can repair damaged coral reefs at sea

Coralbots can repair damaged coral reefs at sea

A research team from the Herriot-Watt University’s Centre for Marine Biodiversity and Biotechnology has launched a Kickstarter campaign that aims to repair damaged coral reefs. The campaign seeks to raise US$107,000 in funding to help in the development of “coralbots.” At present, repairing damaged coral reefs is time-consuming and unsafe for human scuba divers at […]

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