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The first real robot that could travel through the ocean is just about here, thanks to a new invention by scientists from New York University.
The new robot, dubbed Deep-sea robot, can navigate underwater using two of its four wheels.
The team has made the robot’s two wheels that fold up like a backpack.
It is able to carry up to 250 kilograms of cargo using only one wheel.
“Our goal is to build an autonomous robot capable of safely exploring the ocean depths and working autonomously with other robotic systems,” said Nils Lagerbloom, a postdoctoral fellow at the university.
The researchers, who are based at New York’s Howard Hughes Medical Institute, developed the robot using a combination of computer algorithms and artificial intelligence techniques.
In their demonstration, the robot was able to drive through the water and pull up to 30 metres (yards) of its payload in about a second.
The robot has three arms and four legs.
One of the arms is designed to steer the robot, while the other four move the robotic body in the water.
“This robot is essentially a ‘walker’ for the ocean,” said Lagerflom.
“You need to have some kind of control in order to steer it, and the robots legs move to control that.”
The team is currently developing a robot for use in a cruise ship, but that robot could take up to a year to learn the basics of navigating the ocean.
The Deep-seabed robot is built with a unique combination of technology and engineering.
In the future, it will be possible to build underwater robots using these techniques.
“In the future you could have autonomous robots that have the ability to learn,” Lagerl said.
The next step for the Deep-Sea robot is to get the robots speed and strength tested before being put into use.
“The Deep-Seabed is a very unique and unique robot,” Landerbloom said.
“We are currently working on a fully autonomous prototype.”
Deep-Scream The robot is based on a new technology developed by a team of researchers at Howard Hughes.
The technology combines a computer algorithm with the ability of a robot to learn.
The robots robotic arm, which folds up like the backpack of a backpack, has four wheels, which fold up to fold into a backpack when it is pulled.
This allows the robot to reach a maximum of 30 metres in a second with its payload.
The computer programmable robot uses two wheels, each of which can carry up 100 kilograms of payload.
Its legs can rotate to steer.
The robotic arm is able, when pulled, to reach up to 100 metres in one second.
It has four sensors to measure the ocean temperature and pressure, and a camera to take pictures.
The programmable robotic arm has three cameras that can take pictures, which can be stored in a database.
The system can also track the progress of the robot and use that information to guide its actions.
The software developed by the researchers is able the the robot stay stable during dives and can steer itself.
“By combining algorithms with the power of robotics, we were able to design a system that can navigate through the deep ocean,” explained Eric Bostrom, professor of mechanical engineering at the Howard Hughes Institute.
“A robot with only a few basic algorithms can be used in this manner.
In principle, the robots could be programmed to explore the ocean without human intervention.”
“We built the Deep Sea robot for a cruise line, but now that cruise ships are more prevalent, we can make robots that operate underwater,” said J.C. Schmitt, professor and director of the Howard Griffith Research Center for Robotics and Automation at NYU.
“One of the benefits of autonomous robots is that they can do anything from delivering packages to patrolling on the water to navigating underwater with the aid of the underwater camera.”
The Deep Sea Robot will be tested in a simulated cruise ship in the future.
The underwater camera could be used to detect and track any other oceanic object, which could be dangerous, Schmitt added.
“What we want to achieve is the ability for a robot, or even a human, to take a look out of the water, see something in the middle of the ocean and act on it.
That is a potentially dangerous situation that we hope we can get around.”
A video of the Deep Seabed Robot is available on the Howard University’s website.