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Amphibious drone travels underwater and in the air

Drones are often referred to as unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs for short. Well, a team at Johns Hopkins University has created a UAAV – an unmanned aerial-aquatic vehicle. Named after the creature that inspired it, the Flying Fish is capable of both fixed-wing aerial flight and underwater travel... Continue Reading Amphibious drone travels underwater and in the air Category: Drones Tags
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