Australia is deploying a fleet of unsupervised robots to patrol its waters and monitor the weather and wildlife. They will also mark ships that have the potential to transport asylum seekers, a plan involving human rights groups.
The 5-meter long ship, known as Bluebottles after Australian jellyfish, looks like a miniature sailboat. They use a combination of wind, waves and solar power to maintain a stable 5-node speed in all conditions.
Sydney-based Ocius Technology sent a prototype in 2017 and the Australian Ministry of Defense has now provided AU $ 5.5 million (£ 3 million) …
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