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Meet Jellyfishbot, the robot that likes to eat sea trash

Noemie Olive of Reuters writes on Jellyfish, a robot that collects ocean pollution.

The C3 Take
  • Jellyfish is French-made robot that collects ocean pollution in ports across the world.
  • The device is remotely controlled by an operator on land and collects trash by essentially “eating it” and storing it in an attached net.
  • Technological innovation is leading to a cleaner environment and cleaner oceans.

“The boat, called Jellyfishbot, is about the size of a suitcase and so can get into the corners and narrow spaces where rubbish tends to accumulate but which are difficult for cleaners with nets to reach.”

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