Silent Nemo; US New Spy In Deep Hostile Waters

Silent Nemo; US New Spy In Deep Hostile Waters |PakistanTribe.Com

Silent Nemo; US New Spy In Deep Hostile Waters |PakistanTribe.Com

BOSTON – Researchers from the Chief of Naval Operations Rapid Innovation Cell and Boston Engineering has successfully experimented its spy fish named Silent Nemo which will be able to swim undetected in hostile waters.

This Robo-fish will be able to swim in deep waters undetected and send back the information of enemies. It will be operated by a joy stick and also software programme can be installed.

This spy fish looks like a blue-fin tuna and no one can and it is five-feet long and weighs seven stone (100lb) and it carries naval equipment.
Silent Nemo is named as silent because Robofin is used in its preparation due to which it can swim without making any noise. Spy fish also known as Ghost Swimmer.
Unlike other underwater machines, Silent Nemo actually swims and is powered by the movement of its own body.

Its efficient swimming style make it difficult to be traced with radars.Captain Jerry Lademan – a marine appointed on the project Silent Nemo – said that “This is an attempt to take thousands of years of evolution – what has been perfected since the dawn of time – and try to incorporate that into a mechanical device.”

In a statement Michael Rufo – director of Boston Engineering’s Advanced Systems Group – said that “Ghost Swimmer will allow the Navy to have success during more types of missions while keeping divers and Sailors safe.”

The Navy will use this spy to inspect the hull of a ship, check mines, deliver payloads including sonar and guidance packages.

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