ASU Gets $60k To Build Robotic Fish To Solve Problem In Arizona Canals

Via abc15.com

MESA, AZ – SRP is funding a $60,000 research project at ASU to develop robotic fish to cut and clear weeds growing below the surface of Valley canals.

“We’ve had vegetation issues in the canal system since the canal started,” said SRP environmental specialist Brian Moorhead.

The utility company currently adds White Amur fish, also known as Grass Carp, to eat sago pondweed that can displace and slow down water flow.

 

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