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Russia: Meet Marlin-350. Russian Navy's latest search and rescue bot00:39

Russia: Meet Marlin-350. Russian Navy's latest search and rescue bot

Russian Federation, Moscow
February 17, 2015 at 16:28 GMT +00:00 · Published

The Russian Navy began the trial of its latest underwater vehicle, the 'Marlin-350' in Moscow on February 13. The remote controlled device has been designed for underwater search and rescue operations and is capable of performing tasks at depths of more than 300 metres (984 feet).

The Marlin-350 is equipped with six engines, and specialists plan to install an extra high definition camera, multi-beam sonar, altimetre and underwater navigation system. Despite being packed with the latest technology, it remains compact - 84 centimetres (33 inches) long, 59 centimetres (23 inches) wide, and 37 centimetres (15 inches) high.

The Marlin-350 was produced domestically by Tetis Integrated Systems and is likely to be adopted by the Russian Navy.

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The Russian Navy began the trial of its latest underwater vehicle, the 'Marlin-350' in Moscow on February 13. The remote controlled device has been designed for underwater search and rescue operations and is capable of performing tasks at depths of more than 300 metres (984 feet).

The Marlin-350 is equipped with six engines, and specialists plan to install an extra high definition camera, multi-beam sonar, altimetre and underwater navigation system. Despite being packed with the latest technology, it remains compact - 84 centimetres (33 inches) long, 59 centimetres (23 inches) wide, and 37 centimetres (15 inches) high.

The Marlin-350 was produced domestically by Tetis Integrated Systems and is likely to be adopted by the Russian Navy.