To Temper The Waves – That’s An Act

Wave Glider, robot, autonomous underwater vehicles
Liquid Robotics (based in California) set up a record crossing the Pacific on a carrier called Wave Glider. The name opens the essence of this craft moving energy as a boat with a series of underwater wings produce power from the ocean waves motion. To collect scientific and vital data the solar energy is delivered via the photovoltaic panels on the top. With the sensors to help navigate, and gadgets to keep observe the weather conditions Wave Glider is propelled to a new record journey while opening new alternatives for wave power.

Wave Glider, robot, wave power, underwater vehicles

Wave Glider, robot, green energy

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