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#FutureTech - Robotic Swans Used to Monitor Quality of Singapore’s Reservoirs
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#FutureTech - Robotic Swans Used to Monitor Quality of Singapore’s Reservoirs

Five robotic swans will be used at various reservoirs in Singapore to monitor raw water quality, announced national water agency PUB.

The robots, called the Smart Water Assessment Network (SWAN), use water monitoring technology to collect data in real time. They are designed to resemble real swans so as to blend in with the natural surroundings.

Jointly developed by PUB, the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) Environmental Research Institute and the Tropical Marine Science Institute, SWAN completed tests in 2016 to evaluate its capabilities in sampling and navigation as well as power usage.

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Author: DelAgua

Publish Date: 29.01.2018

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