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Underwater photography drone ROBO-SHARK
remote-controlled

underwater photography drone
underwater photography drone
underwater photography drone
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Characteristics

Applications
photography
Guidance
remote-controlled

Description

ROBO-SHARK Offers Professional Solutions Long-duration underwater operation Omnidirectional obstacle-avoidance system Customizable Close To Two Meters In Length The robot is 2 meters in length and more than 60kg in weight. The wind and wave-resistant rating is 4. Multi-Joint Caudal Fin The multi-joint design for the caudal fin can lower the noise . Accordingly, the effect on water environment is smaller. All-Around Obstacle-Avoidance With the omnidirectional obstacle-avoidance system on board, the safety of moving automatically in the water is improved. Fine Compatibility advantage Considerable space inside the robot for carrying the add-ons. It can go with various communication protocols to suit your needs. Platform parameters: Dimension: 2200*930*850mm Weight: 75Kg Battery: 24Ah lithium battery Speed:at 0-10 knots Carry-on: 20kg Lighting: 2×4500LM; Light adjustable Applications ROBO-SHARK is a bionic underwater robotic platform used in the ocean with high speed and low noise. Thanks to its feature of being able to track the target quickly, ROBO-SHARK can do missions like closing up rapidly, cruising with high mobile force. The robot takes the real shark as the prototype, with the motion being generated by the three-joint caudal fin instead of the propeller that can effectively lower the noise cause by the operation and reduce the power consumption as well. The shell is made from sound-absorbing material which makes it can be easily disguised. With the motion being generated by the caudal fin, ROBO-SHARK can travel at speed up to 10 knots.
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