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Robot swans created to test water quality

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Floating on the surface of Pandan Reservoir in Singapore’s south west are what researchers hope will be the future of cheap, real-time water quality testing.

Developed by a team at the National University of Singapore (NUS), in conjunction with the national water agency PUB, the NUSwan utilises advanced water monitoring technology, fitted into the shell that closely resembles a living, breathing bird.


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Jon the frog

Stealthy and less scary than a bunch of guy taking sample and looking suspicious.  But swan can be really aggressive , i don't know if they encounter the real ones they would be under attack ?

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