Russian developers have created an underwater research vehicle that can operate in both fresh and salt water. For instance, it can take soil samples at a depth of 100 metres for several hours. The time depends on the water temperature and battery capacity.
The development of the submersible began in the mid-2010s. This aquabot is the third in a row. In our story, we tell what the developers are going to upgrade it with.
TV BRICS reporter: Aleksey Pimenov
TV BRICS cameraman: Nikita Dmitrov
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