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Underwater robot-drone with artificial intelligence introduced in China

Chinese company Qysea Technology has introduced a new underwater robotic drone with artificial intelligence called FIFISH E-GO.

This was reported by InceptiveMind, as reported by Ukrinform.

E-GO is one of the most powerful underwater robots on the market.

It is versatile and can perform complex tasks in a variety of underwater environments and applications.

The robot drone is said to have a unique battery replacement system that allows users to quickly replace batteries without turning off the device. The battery should provide a good 2.5 hours of operation on a single charge. It also has a fast charging feature that can reach 90% capacity in just 50 minutes.

FIFISH E-GO’s powerful annular motors enable the device to reach underwater speeds of more than 5.6 km per hour while maintaining strong resistance to underwater currents.

FIFISH E-GO comes with QYSEA’s proprietary AI Vision Lock feature, which facilitates adaptive stabilization and pinning of underwater targets with a single tap on the control screen.

This feature, combined with an AI filtering algorithm, automatically optimizes visual effects to provide clearer underwater images for professional underwater monitoring missions in various industries such as aquaculture, search and rescue.

FIFISH E-GO is priced at $6,499.

As Ukrinform reports, the British company Blue Ocean Seismic Services (Boss) announced successful tests of an underwater drone in the North Sea.

Source: Ukrinform



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