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Unmanned Systems Asia 2019: Gladius takes a stab at underwater work

13th April 2019 - 11:00 GMT | by Richard Thomas in Singapore


Singapore’s Public Utilities Board has been using unmanned systems to conduct subsurface inspections of its network of reservoirs, demonstrating a growing acceptance of such technology across various industries and organisations operating in the maritime domain.

The Gladius Mini system, developed by Shenzhen-based Chasing Innovation, has been operated by Drone Solutions in Singapore for the Public Utilities Board and will also perform a demonstration at a large aquarium in the country in the coming days.

Cooperation between Drone Solutions and the Public Utilities Board was described as a ‘sustained partnership’ by Gianluca Salone, executive director and founder at Drone Solutions, …

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