Nettoyer et explorer les océans… l’épopée des robots bio-inspirés

● In their bid to explore and document fragile ecosystems of ocean flora and fauna, which are easily disturbed by external phenomena, robotics researchers are investigating new ways of navigating in marine environments which are very different to their counterparts on dry land.
● Experts at the Max-Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems are developing jellyfish robots, which may soon contribute to the drive to rid the ocean floor of plastic without disturbing coral-reef species.
● Other bio-inspired projects, among them a robotic turtle that can move around on land and swim under water, are opening up new perspectives for hybrid exploration projects.
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