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26th July 2017

Earth-digging robot could make laying underground cables much easier and cheaper

A robot developed by the MIT University could help bring down the enormous cost of laying underground and undersea cables. The machine is being called RoboClam — because it was based on how clams behave — is a relatively small device and it’s been called "the Ferrari of underwater diggers" because it’s particularly good at digging through soft, watery soil or sand.

Source: Robotics & Automation News

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