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Wave-riding robots help track illegal fishing | Australia Network News

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02 August 2014



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“The Pacific territory of Palau earlier this year declared no commercial fishing would take place in its 200 nautical mile Exclusive Economic Zone. … The country currently uses a Cessna Skymaster, and has also explored the use of unmanned drones, to patrol the fishing zone which is roughly the size of France. … Todd Kleperis of Liquid Robotics International says the wave and solar powered skimmer is a much cheaper option.”

Source: www.abc.net.au

Courtesy of J. Ong in a reply to:

http://robohub.org/drones-against-illegal-fishing/

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John Payne





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