Floating robots use GPS-enabled smartphones to track water flow (w/video)

from Berkeley News Center

By Sarah Yang, Media Relations | May 9, 2012

BERKELEY РA fleet of 100 floating robots took a trip down the Sacramento River today (Wednesday, May 9) in a field test organized by engineers at the University of California, Berkeley. The smartphone-equipped floating robots demonstrated the next generation of water monitoring technology, promising to transform the way government agencies monitor one of the state’s most precious resources. . . . Read Complete Report w/Video

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