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In addition to human divers equipped with sonar cameras, the U.S. Navy has also trained dolphins and sea lions to search for bombs on and around vessels. All these methods are expensive and can’t always deliver the best performance in all environments. Robots would seem to be the obvious answer and underwater robots have been the focus of much research and development in recent years. Now researchers at MIT have developed new algorithms to vastly improve the navigation and feature-detecting capabilities of these robots... Continue Reading New algorithms improve efficiency of underwater mine-sweeping robots

Section: Robotics

Tags: Autonomous, Military, mine detection, MIT, Robot, Underwater

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