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Disguised as a tuna, bioswimmer is changing the game for underwater inspections

BioSwimmer is a semi-autonomous underwater vehicle equipped to inspect a vessel’s exterior for illicit cargo and contraband, as well as harbor facilities for unwanted activity.
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