The Slithering Robot Tries to Worm Its Way Into Navy's Tactical Units

Vergun, David
June 2003
Sea Power;Jun2003, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p20
Focuses on the developmental model of a slithering robot for the tactical units of the U.S. Navy. Number of experimental systems; Development of unmanned underwater vehicles; Composition of environmental optics in the technology.


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