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    Tech Goes Fishy: Robots to Guard Russian Maritime Borders

    Tech Goes Fishy: Robots to Guard Russian Maritime Borders

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    The robotic submarine is being created in a laboratory of underwater robotics at the Institute of Marine Technology. It will be able to patrol the maritime borders of Russia, regulating the waters and detecting foreign objects.

    An underwater robot that will be able to detect and determine the coordinates of moving objects including low noise ones is being constructed in the Russian Primoriye region, reports Fund of Advanced Studies.

    The unmanned underwater vehicles will be able to patrol the maritime borders of Russia, regulating the waters and transmitting to shore the coordinates of detected objects.

    The robotic submarine is being created in a laboratory of underwater robotics at the Institute of Marine Technology of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

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    Russian scientists are working on a new device which will enable detection of moving objects in the distant peripheries of the protected area. “The main task is to provide with the possibility of creating and developing new hardware based on an analysis of space-time structure of the sound field of energy,” explained head of the design team Viktor Litvinenko.

    A new physical-mathematical model and algorithms to detect and determine the coordinates of moving objects under water are being formulated for the development of the robot.

    “This is an important scientific work, the success of which will be able to bring our country to the top in the field of underwater robotics” said the supervisor of the project Yuri Matvienko, media reports.

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