The remote-controlled, electric-powered boat is capable of collecting floating waste and oil from the surface of the water.
The savvy robot is specifically designed to help clean up the smaller plastic waste that is hard for humans to notice.
The same sterilization method has been used in hospitals and laboratories for more than 50 years.
The device's battery lets it work for between 8.5 and 17 hours per charge or between 4 and 8 hours for continuous high-power street cleaning.
They carry cameras, laser, lidar, sonar, and hydrogen sulfide gas sensors which can corrode pipes...
The remote-controlled, climate-friendly telepresence robot enables communication through a 21.5-inch screen that reproduces the user's face in natural size.
It is meant to be deployed in the course of accident investigation, exploring tight or unknown spaces, and acting as a sentry to keep eyes on critical areas.
The system needs only two workers to control it, load bricks and mortar into its feeds, and also to complete damp-proofing and the pointing that finishes the mortar joints.
When it's thrown in the water, it propels itself using a pair of electric turbines (one in each leg) that take in water and fire it out the back.