Uuv - unmanned at the bottom of the sea vehicles to be used for fish rural or algae bloom abstraction - art
What is a UUV? UUV is the abbreviation given to Unmanned At the bottom of the sea Vehicle. It is a mini-submarine lacking everybody in it. Is it doable to use UUVs to farm fish in lakes, reservoirs and the ocean? Can UUVs keep a alert eye on Algae Blooms and consign micro-encapsulation timed circulate anti algae chemicals?
Can an UUV find the Lock Nest monster, find the secrets of the King Crabs, Migrate with the gray whales, guard our costs from drug smugglers and global terrorists all at the same time? The key maybe yes. A UUV which uses ELF - awfully low frequency can keep schools of fish happy and watch over the dodgy advance of Algae Blooms. While cruising about under the apparent they can come up for reloading by US Coast Guard or come up to greet smugglers, banned aliens, pirates or even Global Terrorists. There has been talk of such UUVs with lone purposes
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but why not lease them to corporate fish farmers, EPA for deleting discarded Red tide style algae blooms such as off the coast of West Coast Southern Florida. The same units can be obtainable for missions of Mother country Security, or rescue of citizens in pleasure craft? Multi-use UUVs can assist in ROI costs and we will ascertain other uses for them for discipline and guarantee and R and D. Thus needing more units and compelling costs down. At present the change are quite high but costs can be broaden out over many more units. It is central to note that when R and D dollars are spent on such home collateral food or in time of war, weapons, then we can all be the develop for it. AUVs on other missions can warn of Tsunami Waves coming into harbors, administration up into rivers and maintenance basins or headed for populated shore lines. They can examine seismic measures and gale weather.
Unmanned Below the surface Vehicles are now free and this knowledge will eliminate confidence issues, environmental evils and act as admonition policy to care for our civilization.
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