Norwegian snake robot sparks interest at NASA

Norwegian snake robot sparks interest at NASA

Norwegian world-leading robot technology is now ready for the next step. The technology is so advanced that NASA has contacted NTNU in Trondheim to collaborate.
 
"We are working on autonomy, self-governing intelligent underwater vehicles that can contribute to making it more efficient and lead to greater understanding of what is happening in the ocean area and provide faster response times," says Professor Martin Ludvigsen from AURLAB and the MMarin teknikk NTNUat NTNU.
 

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