Iran Builds Fish Robot for Military, Research Purposes

May 5, 2014 - via FNA


TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers at Sharif Poly Technique University have invented a fish robot imitating motions of living organisms with research, industrial and military applications. "The fish robot has learned swimming from mixture of motions of tuna and shark," Mohammad Ali Abbaspour, the project director said, the Iranian students' news agency reported.

He also noted that these robots can be used for research purposes, including maritime environment, military purposes such as investigating under-water installments and military operations as well.

The system could be vastly used in military industries because it is radar evasive. It can also be applied for investigating environmental conditions of aquatic.

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