In order to know about the whereabouts of sharks, whales and other ocean inmates, a network of robots has been developed. The concept is the brain child of a group of researchers from the Stanford University.
Study researchers were of the view that they have already attached acoustic devices with whales and other animals, so that it is gets easy for robots to track them. The operation will be carried out in Pacific Ocean. The robots will not only be collecting information about them, but they will also be preparing a data for the same.
Marine researcher Barbara Block was of the view that they have named robots as Wave Gliders, and these robots have already registered a Guinness world record. The record was for travelling the longest distance in the ocean and was being set by them in March.
"Our goal is to use revolutionary technology that increases our capacity to observe our oceans and census populations, improve fisheries management models, and monitor animal responses to climate change”, said Block.
Block further affirmed that their main to carry out the project is to know more about the ocean life and what could be better than using revolutionary technology to accomplish the aim.
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